Meet the Team

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Declan’s primary area is the agency end of the business which is predominantly the retail and investment markets. He is a fully qualified Chartered Surveyor and a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, where he sits on the Commercial Agency Committee and The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyor where he is a registered valuer.

Having spent a number of years advising on all kinds of retail developments he has since acted for a large number of both retail and investment clients including Donnybrook fair, O’Briens Wines, Natural Bakery, IMC, Irish Life, Aviva, and Hibernia REIT.

Declan is a self-confessed deal junkie. His success rate in converting deals is what sets him apart as he never gets complacent that a transaction is complete until it is fully executed.

A naturally outgoing and optimistic individual, dealing with people is his favourite part of the business. Having dabbled with rugby in his younger years, he moved onto a short lived stint as a lead guitar player, before this gave way to triathlon. In fact, it is with that sport that his mid-life crisis kicked into full swing. Having competed and completed a number of events including a full distance Ironman, Declan was, prior to Conor’s arrival, the self-proclaimed “athlete” of the firm. He now reluctantly accepts he is a distant 2nd.
What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Chapter One

What is your dream car?

  • Aston Martin

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Grand

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • Not that I can think of. Must work on that.

What is your favourite building?

  • Muckross House – although I think it’s more to do with the association than the building.

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • I’m going to assume I can’t say my wife or family. So Ghandi or Billy Connolly. Maybe one either side. Just for balance!

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Hawaii I think. So many places I’d like to go to though – Iceland, Alaska, Brazil, Chile, Austrailia, Columbia – list goes on.

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • Rocky – gonna fly now by Bill Conti – cheesy I know

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • A big healthy salad. Whatever it is you’ll end up sick of it so may as well make sure it’s good for you.

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Matt Damon – my wife likes him!!!!

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • Lots really. I’m going to say Star Wars but Dumb and Dumber, Wedding crashers, Indiana Jones and Good Will Hunting are up there

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • Skydive probably.

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Alyssa Milano

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Depends on the mood. Probably cycling but needs to be good weather. Guitar better for chilling.

What is something on your bucket list?

  • To always have a bucker list.

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • The fact that it’s a village!

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • Brian

How many languages do you speak?

  • One

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • Lego – loved lego.

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Summer – Long evenings, better weather (note I didn’t say good) and quiet roads.

If you had to chose another country to move to, which would it be

  • France – they have everything, chic fashion capital, Riviera, mountains, skiing, wine, surfing. Very spoilt!

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • Jimi Hendrix – Woodstock

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Air!!! Actually no. Sleep. Wait no, Food. Air, Sleep and Food.

What is your favourite holiday?

  • A skiing one or one with exploring and adventure. At the very least an active one. I don’t do well lying around the place. I think it’s probably an illness.

What is your favourite international airport?

  • Dublin – only one where I know where I’m going
Declan’s primary area is the agency end of the business which is predominantly the retail and investment markets. He is a fully qualified Chartered Surveyor and a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, where he sits on the Commercial Agency Committee and The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyor where he is a registered valuer.

Having spent a number of years advising on all kinds of retail developments he has since acted for a large number of both retail and investment clients including Donnybrook fair, O’Briens Wines, Natural Bakery, IMC, Irish Life, Aviva, and Hibernia REIT.

Declan is a self-confessed deal junkie. His success rate in converting deals is what sets him apart as he never gets complacent that a transaction is complete until it is fully executed.

A naturally outgoing and optimistic individual, dealing with people is his favourite part of the business. Having dabbled with rugby in his younger years, he moved onto a short lived stint as a lead guitar player, before this gave way to triathlon. In fact, it is with that sport that his mid-life crisis kicked into full swing. Having competed and completed a number of events including a full distance Ironman, Declan was, prior to Conor’s arrival, the self-proclaimed “athlete” of the firm. He now reluctantly accepts he is a distant 2nd.
What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Chapter One

What is your dream car?

  • Aston Martin

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Grand

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • Not that I can think of. Must work on that.

What is your favourite building?

  • Muckross House – although I think it’s more to do with the association than the building.

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • I’m going to assume I can’t say my wife or family. So Ghandi or Billy Connolly. Maybe one either side. Just for balance!

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Hawaii I think. So many places I’d like to go to though – Iceland, Alaska, Brazil, Chile, Austrailia, Columbia – list goes on.

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • Rocky – gonna fly now by Bill Conti – cheesy I know

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • A big healthy salad. Whatever it is you’ll end up sick of it so may as well make sure it’s good for you.

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Matt Damon – my wife likes him!!!!

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • Lots really. I’m going to say Star Wars but Dumb and Dumber, Wedding crashers, Indiana Jones and Good Will Hunting are up there

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • Skydive probably.

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Alyssa Milano

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Depends on the mood. Probably cycling but needs to be good weather. Guitar better for chilling.

What is something on your bucket list?

  • To always have a bucker list.

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • The fact that it’s a village!

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • Brian

How many languages do you speak?

  • One

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • Lego – loved lego.

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Summer – Long evenings, better weather (note I didn’t say good) and quiet roads.

If you had to chose another country to move to, which would it be

  • France – they have everything, chic fashion capital, Riviera, mountains, skiing, wine, surfing. Very spoilt!

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • Jimi Hendrix – Woodstock

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Air!!! Actually no. Sleep. Wait no, Food. Air, Sleep and Food.

What is your favourite holiday?

  • A skiing one or one with exploring and adventure. At the very least an active one. I don’t do well lying around the place. I think it’s probably an illness.

What is your favourite international airport?

  • Dublin – only one where I know where I’m going

A graduate of the Property Economics Degree Course in DIT Bolton Street where he was awarded a gold medal for academic excellence, Mike holds a BSc (Surv) 1st Class Honours degree. He is a fully qualified Chartered Surveyor and is a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

Mike has extensive experience in commercial property. He joined Bagnall Doyle MacMahon in March 2009, having previously worked with Warren Private Clients as Head of Asset Management. There he was responsible for a mixed portfolio of commercial property which included shopping centres, retail warehouses, office and high street retail properties located in Ireland, UK and Europe.

Prior to that he spent more than 7 years working for Savills Ireland. Initially working in professional services he then joined the office agency team. The last four years were spent working in the Investment Department as an Associate Director. Focusing on the acquisition of commercial property investments for institutional and private clients, he was involved in over €400 million of transactions during this period.

Mike helps to bring the overall fitness quotient of the office closer to the national average. He has no plans to ever complete a triathlon, although he successfully climbed Mont Blanc a couple of years ago. With 3 young children, his ambitions now are generally focused around trying to get enough sleep. He has been conscripted in to the GAA and is currently coaching U-10 Girls Football with Ballyboden St Enda’s. The girls have been making great progress and Mike anticipates that their skill levels will have exceeded his by U-12, when he will be forced into early retirement. When this day inevitably arrives he looks forward to learning how to swing a golf club properly.
What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Chapter One

What is your dream car?

  • Ferrari 458

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Don’t think I have one, but you might correct me.

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • I can curl my tongue…..does this count?

What is your favourite building?

  • Kylemore Abbey

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • Jim Jeffries

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Australia

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • David Byrne – This must be the Place

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • Thai Green Curry

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Woody Harrelson

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • Raiders of the Lost Ark

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • Climbed Mont Blanc / World’s Highest Bungee jump in South Africa.

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Elizabeth Shue

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Sleeping

What is something on your bucket list?

  • Sail around Ireland.

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • Going to concerts and sporting events does not require long journeys or time of work.

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • No one….for their sake.

How many languages do you speak?

  • One fluently

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • Building forts and tree houses.

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Autumn – Bright crisp weather / children back at school.

If you had to chose another country to move to, which would it be

  • Spain

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • David Bowie

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Oxygen

What is your favourite holiday?

  • The next one I have booked.

What is your favourite international airport?

  • Can’t say I like any of them but Dubai was the least tiresome.

A graduate of the Property Economics Degree Course in DIT Bolton Street where he was awarded a gold medal for academic excellence, Mike holds a BSc (Surv) 1st Class Honours degree. He is a fully qualified Chartered Surveyor and is a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

Mike has extensive experience in commercial property. He joined Bagnall Doyle MacMahon in March 2009, having previously worked with Warren Private Clients as Head of Asset Management. There he was responsible for a mixed portfolio of commercial property which included shopping centres, retail warehouses, office and high street retail properties located in Ireland, UK and Europe.

Prior to that he spent more than 7 years working for Savills Ireland. Initially working in professional services he then joined the office agency team. The last four years were spent working in the Investment Department as an Associate Director. Focusing on the acquisition of commercial property investments for institutional and private clients, he was involved in over €400 million of transactions during this period.

Mike helps to bring the overall fitness quotient of the office closer to the national average. He has no plans to ever complete a triathlon, although he successfully climbed Mont Blanc a couple of years ago. With 3 young children, his ambitions now are generally focused around trying to get enough sleep. He has been conscripted in to the GAA and is currently coaching U-10 Girls Football with Ballyboden St Enda’s. The girls have been making great progress and Mike anticipates that their skill levels will have exceeded his by U-12, when he will be forced into early retirement. When this day inevitably arrives he looks forward to learning how to swing a golf club properly.
What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Chapter One

What is your dream car?

  • Ferrari 458

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Don’t think I have one, but you might correct me.

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • I can curl my tongue…..does this count?

What is your favourite building?

  • Kylemore Abbey

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • Jim Jeffries

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Australia

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • David Byrne – This must be the Place

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • Thai Green Curry

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Woody Harrelson

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • Raiders of the Lost Ark

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • Climbed Mont Blanc / World’s Highest Bungee jump in South Africa.

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Elizabeth Shue

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Sleeping

What is something on your bucket list?

  • Sail around Ireland.

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • Going to concerts and sporting events does not require long journeys or time of work.

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • No one….for their sake.

How many languages do you speak?

  • One fluently

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • Building forts and tree houses.

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Autumn – Bright crisp weather / children back at school.

If you had to chose another country to move to, which would it be

  • Spain

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • David Bowie

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Oxygen

What is your favourite holiday?

  • The next one I have booked.

What is your favourite international airport?

  • Can’t say I like any of them but Dubai was the least tiresome.
Conor is a property executive in Bagnall Doyle MacMahon’s agency and management departments. His previous experience is in residential and commercial sales, lettings and asset management, where he reported to a range of private investors, institutional owners, and fund managers.

Currently completing his Masters (MSc) in Real Estate in DIT, Bolton St, Conor received his undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was on a tennis scholarship.

Conor’s sporting pedigree is no laughing matter. He was an All-American and ranked no. 3 in the NCAA Collegiate tennis rankings. He is one of Irelands most successful ever tennis players, was ranked 120 in the world, and competed in the singles main draw of Wimbledon and the US Open where he competed against Novak Djokovic (tough first round draw!!). He is one of only a few people who can lay claim to have beaten Roger Federer. The fact that they were both 12 is irrelevant!

Conor is currently the Irish Davis Cup Captain.

What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Oldie but a goodie – Peploe’s

What is your dream car?

  • Porsche Panamera

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Limerick phrase I rarely use – – Aboy da Kid!

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • Is tennis unusual??

What is your favourite building?

  • My humble home

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • Definitely wouldn’t want to sit with a dead person..!

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Those villas on the water in the Maldives

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • Get Down On It, Kool & The Gang

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • A ‘Double Double’ from In n Out burger…I wouldn’t last long on that diet though

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Apparently Daniel Day-Lewis loves the script

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • The Fugitive

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • This quiz

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Kelly Kapowski

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Playing, watching and talking about sport

What is something on your bucket list?

  • Score a diving header into The Kop end (for Liverpool!) Don’t tell me it’s not still possible.

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • Has the benefits of a capital city but it’s also a ‘town’

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • Brian would keep things lively

How many languages do you speak?

  • One and a quarter

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • A ball

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Summer – longer days, some more golf & holidays

If you had to chose another country to move to, which would it be

  • USA or Portugal

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • a Van Morrison gig around 1974 would be good

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Bread

What is your favourite holiday?

  • 3 weeks in the sun with Síne and the kids, along with a pool, a beach, a golf course, a bar and a babysitter!

What is your favourite international airport?

  • Do people have favourite airports??
Conor is a property executive in Bagnall Doyle MacMahon’s agency and management departments. His previous experience is in residential and commercial sales, lettings and asset management, where he reported to a range of private investors, institutional owners, and fund managers.

Currently completing his Masters (MSc) in Real Estate in DIT, Bolton St, Conor received his undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was on a tennis scholarship.

Conor’s sporting pedigree is no laughing matter. He was an All-American and ranked no. 3 in the NCAA Collegiate tennis rankings. He is one of Irelands most successful ever tennis players, was ranked 120 in the world, and competed in the singles main draw of Wimbledon and the US Open where he competed against Novak Djokovic (tough first round draw!!). He is one of only a few people who can lay claim to have beaten Roger Federer. The fact that they were both 12 is irrelevant!

Conor is currently the Irish Davis Cup Captain.

What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Oldie but a goodie – Peploe’s

What is your dream car?

  • Porsche Panamera

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Limerick phrase I rarely use – – Aboy da Kid!

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • Is tennis unusual??

What is your favourite building?

  • My humble home

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • Definitely wouldn’t want to sit with a dead person..!

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Those villas on the water in the Maldives

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • Get Down On It, Kool & The Gang

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • A ‘Double Double’ from In n Out burger…I wouldn’t last long on that diet though

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Apparently Daniel Day-Lewis loves the script

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • The Fugitive

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • This quiz

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Kelly Kapowski

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Playing, watching and talking about sport

What is something on your bucket list?

  • Score a diving header into The Kop end (for Liverpool!) Don’t tell me it’s not still possible.

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • Has the benefits of a capital city but it’s also a ‘town’

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • Brian would keep things lively

How many languages do you speak?

  • One and a quarter

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • A ball

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Summer – longer days, some more golf & holidays

If you had to chose another country to move to, which would it be

  • USA or Portugal

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • a Van Morrison gig around 1974 would be good

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Bread

What is your favourite holiday?

  • 3 weeks in the sun with Síne and the kids, along with a pool, a beach, a golf course, a bar and a babysitter!

What is your favourite international airport?

  • Do people have favourite airports??
Brian Bagnall qualified as a surveyor in 1974 from Bolton Street. He worked in a number of practices throughout Dublin including 5 years spent in the Valuation Office before forming Bagnall & Associates in 1986.

Initially specialising in rating consulting, the firm under his guidance expanded into advising on all forms of commercial property including rent reviews, compulsory purchase, valuations and agency based advice. Brian is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and Society of Chartered Surveyors in Ireland.

He sits on the Valuation Office forum which is the liaison body between the private consultants and the Valuation Office dealing with problems arising in all aspects of rating. Brian also acts as an Arbitrator/independent expert in matters relating to rent review and property disputes.

Brian has a very strong loyalty policy when it comes to Rugby clubs. He is a member of whichever club is touring that year. So far the golden oldies excursions have made him a well-traveled man to Argentina, Australia, Chile, Uruguay, Spain, France, New Zealand, Japan and the clubs have included North Kildare (the original and best), Clontarf, Wanderers, Lansdowne, St Marys and Terenure.
What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Chapter One

What is your dream car?

  • A V8 jeep

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Feck it, It’ll be grand

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • I laugh a lot! Is that a skill?

What is your favourite building?

  • Georges street arcade building. The turrets etc along Fade street are beautiful.

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • Richard Branson

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Cambodia

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • The Blue Danube

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • An omelette. Only on the basis that I’m allowed pick different toppings though.

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Pierce Brosnan – He’s a handsome fellow.

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • Dr Zhivago

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • My first trip to China

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Edith Piaf

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Playing Sport. Not watching. Playing.

What is something on your bucket list?

  • Trying to get my golf handicap below 18.

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • The craic!

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • Bernadette

How many languages do you speak?

  • One

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • Something with a football

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Spring – Start of the year! Everything comes to life.

If you had to chose another country to move to, which would it be.

  • Portugal – I like the people, the food, the wine, the port and the weather.

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • Michael Jackson.

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Laughter.

What is your favourite holiday?

  • A rugby tour.

What is your favourite international airport?

  • Schiphol, Amsterdam.
After 20 years in the retail wholesale trade where she travelled extensively throughout the Far East Bernadette joined Brian Bagnall & Associates in 2001. She has since remained with the company through a number of transitions to what it is known as today, Bagnall Doyle MacMahon. Her role in the company is the day to day running of the office, including accounts and management.
Bernadette’s management role also extends to the staff members, some of which need a lot more management than others. She likes to do things more in moderation with a trek around Marlay Park and the Women’s Mini Marathon satisfying her appetite for exercise.
What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Depends on who I’m with.

What is your dream car?

  • Mercedes

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Yes.

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • Trained as a hypnotherapist.

What is your favourite building?

  • My home.

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • The pilot.

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Giraffe Manor in Nairobi.

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • Just the Way You Are – Barry White.

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • It would have to be Surf n Turf at least there would be some choice.

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Diane Keaton, she is a hoot.

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • Mary Poppins.

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • Paragliding.

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Marc Boland.

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Travel.

What is something on your bucket list?

  • Camper Van around the Rockies USA.

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • I was born here – what’s not to love about it.

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • On the grounds it might incriminate me I refuse to say.

How many languages do you speak?

  • I can say “Cheers” in about 20 does that count?

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • Reading.

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Autumn – everything changes.

If you had to chose another country to move to, which would it be.

  • Spain.

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • Barry white. I had tickets for his last concert but he died so he owes me..

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Tea.

What is your favourite holiday?

  • My next one.

What is your favourite international airport?

  • It used to be Tai Tak Airport (the old Hong Kong airport) but now they are all pretty much the same.
After 20 years in the retail wholesale trade where she travelled extensively throughout the Far East Bernadette joined Brian Bagnall & Associates in 2001. She has since remained with the company through a number of transitions to what it is known as today, Bagnall Doyle MacMahon. Her role in the company is the day to day running of the office, including accounts and management.
Bernadette’s management role also extends to the staff members, some of which need a lot more management than others. She likes to do things more in moderation with a trek around Marlay Park and the Women’s Mini Marathon satisfying her appetite for exercise.
What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Depends on who I’m with.

What is your dream car?

  • Mercedes

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Yes.

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • Trained as a hypnotherapist.

What is your favourite building?

  • My home.

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • The pilot.

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Giraffe Manor in Nairobi.

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • Just the Way You Are – Barry White.

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • It would have to be Surf n Turf at least there would be some choice.

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Diane Keaton, she is a hoot.

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • Mary Poppins.

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • Paragliding.

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Marc Boland.

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Travel.

What is something on your bucket list?

  • Camper Van around the Rockies USA.

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • I was born here – what’s not to love about it.

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • On the grounds it might incriminate me I refuse to say.

How many languages do you speak?

  • I can say “Cheers” in about 20 does that count?

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • Reading.

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Autumn – everything changes.

If you had to chose another country to move to, which would it be.

  • Spain.

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • Barry white. I had tickets for his last concert but he died so he owes me..

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Tea.

What is your favourite holiday?

  • My next one.

What is your favourite international airport?

  • It used to be Tai Tak Airport (the old Hong Kong airport) but now they are all pretty much the same.
As Property Manager, Bríd is responsible for the physical and financial operations of a client’s property investment.

Bríd graduated from Limerick Institute of Technology with a Certificate in Construction Technology and a BSc (Hons) Degree in Property Valuation and Management. Bríd is a fully qualified Charted Surveyor and is a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

Bríd spent five years in Savills managing properties and gained experience in the set-up/advisory role and management of retail schemes. She worked in HWBC for seven years, with the responsibility for properties with service charges budgets in excess of €1million. Bríd specialises in managing shopping centres, retail parks, office buildings and mixed use schemes.

When Bríd is not working or spending time with her little boy she enjoys pilates, reading and also recently joined a running club. A native of Limerick, she is a long suffering hurling supporter and also has to endure Leinster’s dominance on the rugby pitch over Munster. She is waiting for the tide to turn again!
What is your favourite restaurant in the city?

  • Siam Thai

What is your dream car?

  • Porsche

What is your favourite word or phrase?

  • Nothing comes to mind but apparently, I say ‘I have jobs to do’ and ‘Good stuff out of you!’ a lot!

Do you have any unusual skills or talents?

  • I haven’t yet discovered my superpower, however while I haven’t practised this in a very long time, I’m not a bad knitter!

What is your favourite building?

  • Leaning Tower of Pisa

Who is one person, dead or alive you would want to sit on a plane with to Australia?

  • Meghan Markle – not because she’s married to Prince Harry but to find how she could possibly leave Mike Ross and Harvey

What is your dream vacation place that you’ve never been to?

  • Thailand

You are forced to carry a boombox for the rest of your life and you can only play what song, what song would you pick?

  • Tracy Chapman Fast Car

You are forced to eat the same meal for dinner every day, what dish would you chose?

  • Chicken curry – half and half

Which celebrity would you want to play you in a movie about you?

  • Jennifer Aniston

What movie could you watch back to back?

  • Dirty Dancing

What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

  • Travelled South Africa with my friend

Who was your first celebrity crush?

  • Hugh Grant

What’s your favourite pastime?

  • Pilates

What is something on your bucket list?

  • See the Northern lights

What’s your favourite thing about Dublin?

  • Its only two hours from Limerick!

If you were stuck on the Luas for the day who from the office would you want to be stuck with?

  • Bernadette

How many languages do you speak?

  • One, Just about

What was your favourite toy/ pastime as a child?

  • My bike

What’s your favourite season and why

  • Summer – it’s beach time

If you had to chose another country or city to move to, which would it be.

  • London

If you could go to any concert which would it be, artist could be dead or alive

  • Robbie Williams

What is something you can’t live without?

  • Tea.

What is your favourite holiday?

  • Sri Lanka.

What is your favourite international airport?

  • Dubai

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