Ladies and Gents
Unfortunately, we have had to lock the original thread. Over the past few weeks it has turned into a rumour mill. We cannot have this I'm afraid.
So here is Version 2.0. The rule of this thread is simple. If you're going to highlight a business as "closed" or "closing", you must back up the claim with sufficient evidence.
Unsubstantiated rumours will be deleted, and from now on will receive an infraction. I'm afraid we have to do this folks as rumours can be damaging to both employees and employers.
I would second that its a very negative thread.
I think it's better to keep all of these stories in one place, instead of having a new thread every few days about whichever business is closing. I'm not a fan of negative threads, but the size of the previous thread proved the demand was there.
These closures need to be highlighted and not treated as if they aren't happening. Limerick is an economic blackspot and by far the worst affected city in Ireland. Our local representatives are twiddling their thumbs while this city goes down the toilet. If I recall the previous thread had over 100 different businesses mentioned in an 18 month period. That is absolutely shocking for the size of Limerick.
I cant get over how much air time the city council are giving to the bus lanes. The bus lane debacle has been going on for several years now. There are more pressing issues at stake than where to put a bit of coloured tarmac with a bus painted on it...
What do you expect from a bunch of unqualified morons? The various incarnations of Limerick City Council have utterly failed us for generations now, as have our TD's. They should all be ashamed of themselves.
And that discussion is for a different thread. Let's try to keep this one on-topic.
Edit: I've deleted 2 more posts. If you want to bitch and moan about the Council/IDA/local Politicians, don't do so in this thread.
Not sure of its been mentioned yet, but just passes jack jones on bedford row and it's closed up with 2 lads inside taking all the rails apart.
They had a closing-down sale going for a few weeks.
Yep, still going strong in the Crescent though.
I've not been in town much, for the last while. One less place for men to shop in this city.
Can someone put up a full list of closed businesses from the original thread to avoid duplication and add any that are missing.
I heard that Jack and Jones will be opening in Seduzca in William Street, owned by the same guy.