33 Grafton Street-Protected Structure London John Brereton Jewellers No. 33 Grafton Street.

John Brereton Jewellers recently purchased No. 33 Grafton Street . It has a long tradition of trading in Dublin having been set up in Capel Street in 1916. They currently have a number of shops which are situated around Dublin City Centre.

Bourke Construction Group have completely refurbished and rebuilt the shop which is thought to be the oldest building in Grafton Street. The new shop trades from three floors, which differs from the original shop which only traded from the ground floor. The four-storey over basement building which was originally West's Jewellers was in need of extensive upgrading. It has an overall floor area of 194sq m (2,088sq ft) including 55sq m (535sq ft) on the ground floor. Breretons Jewellers use the three floors as retail space including the first floor area of 33.2sq m (360sq ft) and the basement which extends to 35.3sq m (380sq ft).The works to the building included, the insertion of a steel frame to support the building's structure, deepening of the basement, underpinning the foundations, the instalation of a new roof, new services, restored sash windows, replastering, new shop front and complete interior fit out.

Grafton Street is Ireland's premier retail destination and is the location of many upmarket stores such as Brown Thomas and Liverpool Jewellers, Boodles, which is situated across the street from this development.