Catherine Noble

Head of Marketing & Communications • Ireland

Catherine Noble
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Catherine Noble

Head of Marketing & Communications • Ireland


Catherine leads the Marketing & Communications team at Cushman & Wakefield Ireland. 

She has extensive experience of the real estate industry and her core focus is on marcoms strategy, research, event management, design, digital marketing, public relations, corporate social responsibility (CSR), Sales & Customer Relationship Management (CRM).

RECENT NEWS

Office Investment Q1 2020 Report
Surge in reserved space, as office occupier market continues to see improved activity

Latest research from Cushman & Wakefield reveals an interesting quarter for the Dublin office market. Take up in Q2 2021, as expected, continued to struggle with just 19,150 sq m occupied. However, outside of take up, the story of improved demand is best reflected in reserved figures once again, along with a rise in requirements and viewings.

15/07/2021

Industrial Warehouse
Industrial and Logistics sector proves itself as one of the most desirable asset classes

Latest research from Cushman & Wakefield reveals investment activity improves, despite the ongoing pandemic and travel restrictions. Turnover levels reached approximately €641.5m across 37 deals in the second quarter of 2021.

 

09/07/2021

Aedifica
Valuation on the part of Belgian REIT Aedifica

The acquisition augments Aedifica’s market share of the Irish market to 417 beds; and follows in quick succession from the groups February purchase of Brídhaven Nursing Home in Mallow.

12/03/2021

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Research

European Hotel Investor Compass

Gain exclusive insights of the European hospitality sector with our in-depth Hotel Investor Survey. 
09/04/2024
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Article • Economy

Irish Economy – Little Change to ’24 Outlook, Rate Cuts Edging Closer to Reality

As part of our ‘Outlook 2024’ event in January, we outlined our house view that the Irish economy could continue to perform solidly in 2024 with lower inflation and lower interest rates features to particularly look to as we moved through the year.
 
Based on Q1’s economic events and data we continue to hold that view.
08/04/2024
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Research • Economy

European Outlook 2024

Tailored for investors and property owners, our insights offer a clear path through the complexities of today’s market.
Sukhdeep Dhillon • 11/12/2023
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