Ciara joined Bagnall Doyle MacMahon in 2022, following 4 years with Lisney in Dublin and 13 years working in the London market.
A graduate of UCD with a Bachelor of Social Science degree and Masters in European Studies, she found her way into property in 2004 and completed a Masters in Real Estate in Kingston University, UK with Distinction.
Ciara is a fully qualified Chartered Surveyor and a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors where she is a Registered Valuer.
Ciara has extensive valuation and professional services experience in both the UK and Irish markets and has worked across all sectors. She has undertaken valuations for a range of purposes, for a variety of clients including financial institutions, property companies, private investors and developers. She has advised both landlord and tenant clients on rent reviews, lease renewals, lease regears and restructures, across all asset classes.
Ciara grew up in Sandymount and spent all of her spare time in Railway Union Sports Club. As one of six children (she has 5 brothers), Ciara was usually the last to be picked for the ultra-competitive 3-vs-3 sibling games of hockey or cricket which accounted for many broken windows at home. She went on to play representative hockey and cricket for the Irish underage teams before having to choose between the sports. She went on to achieve 156 caps for the Irish hockey team and played in European Championships, the 2002 World Cup and Olympic Qualification tournaments.
Her playing days are long gone and instead she now spends her time coaching the next generation of sports stars in Railway Union, including her two young daughters.
I love food so can't choose one! But I'm partial to Kites, Ananda and FXB's. Family favourites are our locals - BuJo, Petes and Marios.
I'm not really into cars - maybe a Classic Mini.
The inability to leave a party - does that count?
Love the London landmarks, especially Tower Bridge.
Elton John - for some entertaining stories and a sing song!
Don't stop me now by Queen.
So long as there is a potato element, I'd be happy.
The James Bond Box Set.
Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb.
Not sure Nick Barmby would count as a celeb? If not, Morten Harket of A-Ha fame.
Hanging out with my friends and family - it was the main reason we moved from London.
Inca Trail in Peru.
I'm only in the door so don't want to offend anyone yet!
Only one - and now desperately trying to recall my Irish knowledge for my daughter's school homework.
Spring - days are getting longer and my birthday falls in April.
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.
Anywhere that I can lie by the pool and read my book with a few hours peace and quiet.
Dublin - the excitement of getting away/coming home.
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