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Debenhams closing down sale to lead the way when retail reopens

Belfast Telegraph 16 Apr 2021
Retail in Belfast will bounce back after reopening on April 30, it has been predicted - with Debenhams leading the way with its closing down sale ... However, retailer Flying Tiger Copenhagen in Castle Lane has said it is not going to reopen, claiming its landlord would not allow it to pay a lower rent based on turnover ... .
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Debenhams closing down sale in Belfast to lead the way when retail reopens across Northern Ireland

Belfast Telegraph 16 Apr 2021
Retail in Belfast will bounce back after reopening on April 30, it has been predicted - with Debenhams leading the way with its closing down sale ... However, retailer Flying Tiger Copenhagen in Castle Lane has said it is not going to reopen, claiming its landlord would not allow it to pay a lower rent based on turnover ... .
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Meet the DC entrepreneur who’s launched electric picnic boat rentals at The Wharf

Wtop 14 Apr 2021
For as little as $150, you can rent an electric-powered Scandinavian-designed picnic boat, large enough for eight passengers, at The Wharf Marina, and no boating license is required ... “I saw this little boat sitting on the water in Malmo and it said, ‘Rent me,’ and it looked like a lot of fun, so I rented it.
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The two-step solution to our housing crisis – cut costs and build more, simple as that

Irish Independent 01 Apr 2021
The Dublin rent was reported at $2,318 per month in 2018. In Paris, rent was 23pc more ... In Copenhagen rents were 19pc lower; Amsterdam, 26pc lower; Brussels, 34pc lower; Rome, 40pc lower; Frankfurt, 31pc lower; Berlin, 50pc lower; Lisbon, 47pc lower; Barcelona, 35pc lower and Warsaw, 64pc lower.
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Rents could be frozen for two years to avoid 500,000 evictions in London

Metro UK 16 Sep 2020
Rents in London should be frozen for two years to avoid a surge in evictions, the capital’s Mayor has warned ... The Labour Mayor wants to combat rising arrears built up during lockdown but is unlikely to be given powers by the Government to enforce a rent freeze ... New York, Paris, Copenhagen and various other cities also have varying forms of rent caps.
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High rents makes Dublin most expensive place to live in euro zone

The Irish Times 09 Jun 2020
The Irish capital was ranked 46th globally in an annual cost of living study of cities by pay and pensions specialist Mercer, but sixth in Europe behind Zurich, Bern, Geneva, London and Copenhagen ... because of high rents, which are now on average over €2,000 a month in the capital.
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Dublin most expensive place to live in euro zone due to high rents

The Irish Times 09 Jun 2020
The Irish capital was ranked 46th globally in an annual cost of living study of cities by pay and pensions specialist Mercer, but sixth in Europe behind Zurich, Bern, Geneva, London and Copenhagen ... because of high rents, which are now on average over €2,000 a month in the capital.
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COVID-19's Economic Pain Is Universal. But Relief? Depends on Where You Live.

Yahoo Daily News 25 Mar 2020
In a Queens, New York, apartment, a laid-off busboy has no idea if he will make next month’s rent or feed his family ... He does not know how he will pay rent or what will happen if he cannot. Half a world away, in Copenhagen, workers in Candia’s situation face a different reality.
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Poor Pay, Abuse, And Harassment: How The World's Biggest Wizard School Lost Its Magic

Kotaku 21 Mar 2020
Dembinski, however, actually had a list of prices for renting various castles in Poland ... He could rent an entire castle for as little as $25,000 for a long weekend ... Danish funds even paid the rent on Liveform’s headquarters in Poland ... Plus, her then-partner lived in Copenhagen ... The average salary in Copenhagen is 21,150 kroner (about $3100) a month.
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London needs ‘radical’ rent cap that sets example for all UK, Greens say

Metro UK 12 Feb 2020
New York, Paris, Copenhagen and various other cities also have varying forms of rent caps, with Ms Berry, 45, suggesting ‘lessons can be learnt’ for a pilot scheme in the capital – which could lead to similar policies being introduced in other UK cities ... The median price of rent in London is around £1,500 a month (Picture.
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Blackstone to offer cheaper rents in hundreds of Copenhagen homes

The Local 15 Jan 2020
Controversial American investment firm Blackstone, which owns a large number of rental homes in Copenhagen, is to offer reduced rents in some of its properties ... .
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The pros and cons of studying abroad

The Irish Times 14 Jan 2020
Depending on where you are in the country the cost of rent can typically range from €300-€450 with Amsterdam in the €400-€450 range ... Rents typically range from €150-€250 per month for university halls of residence and dormitory accommodation ... In Copenhagen finding accommodation can be competitive and rents are typically about €400-500 per month.
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Legendary Berlin dance hall faces uncertain future

The News International 26 Dec 2019
"My clear aim is to protect Claerchens Ballhaus," Roth, who also owns photo galleries and restaurants in New York and Copenhagen, told AFP. Roth, who plans to rent out the dance hall as a venue for corporate events and weddings, said the work would start with an overhaul of the fire alarm system.
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Danish minister 'would accept property dip'

Irish Independent 08 Dec 2019
Kaare Dybvad, minister for housing in the Social Democrat government, said the firm represented an "infamous" business model in which properties were bought, renovated and then put back on the market at rents that tenants could not afford.
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Denmark’s $100bn pension fund slams real estate speculation ban

The National 06 Dec 2019
The current law lets landlords hike rents substantially after carrying out renovations ... Blackstone has said it owns too small a chunk of the Copenhagen market to materially influence rents, an assertion that is backed up by the Danish Property Federation ... A brake on rents. Rent hikes will be slowed down to fight the existing “price spiral.”.
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