Privacy and Cookie Policy

Privacy and Cookies Policy

This privacy and cookie policy sets out how Westcourt Management Ltd. (“WMS” or “Company) uses and protects any information that you provide when you use this website.

WMS is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. You can be assured information provided by you will only be used in accordance with this privacy policy.

Changes to the policy may occur from time to time by updating this page and users are advised to check this periodically to ensure they are satisfied with any amendments made. Amendments will be clearly shown in a separate section below.


Users of our website are welcome to access all facets of our website and print copies of material of interest for your own personal use. Material on the website may not be used for commercial purposes. 

Information Provided and Disclosure

The only information collected about users are your name and email address which you yourself would provide through subscribing to our website. Information obtained will be used only to send information to you relating to the Company.
WMS does not use or disclose information to third parties about your individual visits to the site or information provided to us, such as your name and email address.

Data automatically collected

WMS log’s visitor's domain and IP address automatically; this information does not identify you as an individual, but only the computer that is being used to view the site. This data is used to see where the site is being used in the world to ensure coverage, and to help better understand site usage, so that we can improve our service to you. We do not link information automatically logged by such means with personal data about specific individuals.


Cookies and how we use them

Cookies are small files which may be placed on your computer hard drive or other device used to access a website and are widely used in order to make websites work or work more efficiently and to provide information to the operator of the website.

The cookies used by the site are divided into three categories:

1. Necessary Cookies

These cookies are required for the operation of the site and to enable you to move around the site and use its features. These cookies do not collect information that identifies individual users.

2. Performance/Analytical Cookies

These cookies collect information (including the IP address of the computer or device used to access the site) about how visitors use the site, for example, the pages that are visited most often, where visitors have come from and the pages they have visited. The information is used to improve the way the website works. We sometimes use third parties to perform these services for us and when this is the case, the cookies may be set by the third party. This site uses Google Analytics which is one of the most widespread and trusted analytics solutions on the web for helping us to understand how you use the site and ways that we can improve your experience. These cookies may track things such as how long you spend on the site and the pages that you visit so we can continue to produce engaging content.

3. Functionality Cookies

These cookies recognise you when you return to the site. This enables us to remember your preferences (for example, fields in webforms) and improve your user experience. These cookies do not collect information that identifies individual users.

How to Control Cookies The Help menu of most web browsers will tell you how to control cookies – for example, how to refuse cookies and how to delete cookies that have already been set. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit or Please Note: restricting cookies will impact your use and/or the functionality of the site.

Your rights

WMS is committed to ensuring that your information is secure in accordance with the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003. To prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.

Legal Disclaimer

This site is designed to provide information about WMS and its business and operations. It is intended as general information only and is not to be relied upon for any particular purpose.

Whilst we take every effort to ensure that the information on this web site is accurate and complete, the contents of this website is for illustrative purposes and general information only and any information contained herein or accessed through this website is not intended to provide financial, investment or any other type of advice. Specifically, WMS, its Directors or officers make no representation as to the accuracy of the information on this website or any website accessed through it. Any reliance on any information on this website shall be at the user's own risk.

WMS reserves the right to make changes to the site generally at any time and without notice.

At various points throughout this site, you may be offered automatic links to other internet sites relevant to a particular aspect of this site. This does not indicate any association between WMS and those other sites or their owners. Whilst it is hoped that you will find those other sites of interest, WMS accepts no responsibility of any nature whatsoever for those other sites or any information contained on them, none of which has been verified or endorsed by WMS. If at any time you find that you have accessed another site, you may return to this site by clicking on the "backwards" arrow.

Further, due to the inherent nature of the internet, errors, interruptions and delays may occur in the service at any time. Accordingly, this website is provided "AS IS" without any warranties of any kind and we do not accept any liability arising from any inaccuracy or omission in the information or interruption in availability. 

WMS shall not be responsible for any loss or damage of whatsoever nature (including consequential loss or damage) suffered or incurred, directly or indirectly, by the user or any other person as a result of relying on the use of, or any matter relating to, the information contained on this website, including any loss occurring incidentally.

Applicable Laws

This site is controlled and operated by WMS from its offices in Ireland. WMS makes no representation that the information contained in the site is appropriate or available for use in other locations and WMS shall have no responsibility in respect of access to it from territories whose laws prohibit such access or where any aspect of the contents of this site may be illegal. Those who choose to access this site from other locations do so on their own initiative and are responsible for compliance with applicable local laws. Any claim relating to the information contained in this site shall be governed by the laws of Ireland and the visitors to the site agree to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Ireland.

Hot Desks


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Our superb ULTRA MODERN, fully serviced work stations are available now in this AWARD WINNING OFFICE building located off Baggot Street in the heart of Georgian Dublin and Dublin's central business district.
Space for 1 to 15 bespoke workstations available to let on flexible short term basis. Dedicated MEETING ROOMS available. Two meeting areas, library shelving areas, CANTEEN and tea stations with access to outside decked patio areas.

24-Hour CCTV : Meeting Rooms : A/C : High Speed Internet : Kitchen Area : Cat 6 Cabling : Reception Area : Maintenance & Cleaning : AV Equipment : Videoconferencing : Shower Facilities : Non Branded Offices
The construction is of steel, glass and sandstone. The building offers a bright, contemporary office space with efficient floor plates located in a period area without the inefficiencies of a period building.

This location is second to none - close to major bus routes, LUAS green line at STEPHENS GREEN, DART at Westland Row, government buildings, national concert hall, national art gallery, Trinity College.
Dublin 2 is the hub of the tourist region and adjacent to a range of Dublin's premium restaurants, bars, clubs and attractions, Temple Bar, the local parks at Merrion Square, Fitzwilliam square and Stephens Green including the Iveagh Gardens at Earlsfort Terrace.

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LUAS green Line- 5 minute walk away
On numerous city centre bus routes
DART at Westland Row - 20 minute walk away

We're happy to help so contact us for viewings and information.
Over 50,000 feet of office space across Dublin city!
One monthly fee includes all your services
-City Rates
-Water Rates
-Service Charge

Monthly terms, 24 hour access, same day set-up, NO HIDDEN EXTRAS.
-With our system you have the security of knowing your costs are fixed and there are no surprises
-Our flexible terms allow you to move in / out whenever suits you
-Convenience of having services managed for you
-Free reception / canteen areas
-Designed to high specification

All of our hot desks are provided with everything set up and ready to use immediately: internet, meeting rooms, tea stations, relaxing areas and a comfortable workspace, all in the heart of the city. We’ll also make sure that there’s a dedicated team to support you with administration and general office management. If you would like to find out more information, please get in touch and you can be up and running in no time.

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Baggot Court Photos

Baggot Court

Commercial FAQ

  1. Radios – This clause in the Lease is to stop noise pollution but if a radio is at the same volume as someone in your office having a normal conversation there is no reason not to have one - 11, p.5
  2. Electricity – The Lease allows for ordinary office use, one computer per desk space / 75 sq.ft and a few chargers etc. Additional equipment like electrical heaters / air conditioners / dehumidifiers / servers / fans etc. are billed separately - 21.e, p.5
  3. Rent – Yes a monthly Term means the Rent can go up with just one months notice, but our business relies on happy customers. If Rents ever do increase it is only to the current market rate and stays competitive. We want you to stay with us! - 6, p.5
  4. Late fees – All Rents are due by standing order on the 1st of each month. If Rents are received after the 1st day of each calendar month a late fee is automatically applied by our accounting system to the Tenant's account - 3.g, p.4
  5. Maintenance – We’re happy to do any maintenance you need, but if the damage is reported by the qualified tradesman as being caused by the Tenant, the bill is sent to the Tenant directly by the contractor -18, p.5
  6. Security – Be vigilant, keep back and front doors closed and report any suspicious activity to the onsite manager or the Gardaí. Never allow unknown people into the building.
  7. Read the Lease fully – Read the Lease before signing it so that you know both your responsibilities and the Landlord's responsibilities.
  8. Our broadband is a back-up – All internet connections have some down-time so we encourage heavily internet reliant companies to think about getting their own primary supply.
  9. Cables – We don’t supply data cables, printer cables etc.
  10. Heating – The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 allow for a minimum office temperature of 17.5 degrees. Surcharges apply for extra heating from additional heaters. If you suspect the temperature is too low our staff have thermometers onsite. There are surcharges for additional heating so our advice is wear a jumper!


What are my rights? Workplace regulations

19 November 2015, Irish Independent

I Have a question about my health and my working conditions. Is it legal for an employer to expect employees to work in a shop – a normal city centre retailer – with the door open when it’s below freezing outside?

On these days it's really cold in the shop as the heating system doesn’t work properly and I've lost count of the amount of colds I’ve had this winter.

ANSWER: This year saw the coldest start to winter on record and employers have an obligation to provide employees with a safe and comfortable workplace at all times.

>Under Irish health and safety legislation the range of temperature that is considered acceptable for indoor workers goes from 16°C to 17.5°C.

The differences in temperatures are down to the different classifications of indoor work.

The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 covers the issue of minimum temperatures in the workplace.

There are pretty severe sanctions if employers breach the welfare at work regulations. If there's a breach of these it means your boss is committing an offence under the 2005 Act, and could be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding €3,000 and/or up to six months’ imprisonment.

Alternatively, if convicted on indictment, an employer could be liable to a fine of up to €3m and/or imprisonment for up to two years.

You write about unacceptably cold conditions in your workplace. The relevant section that will help you is Regulation 7 of the 2007 Regulations.

Regulation 7 imposes a duty on employers to ensure that during working hours the room temperature in areas containing workstations is appropriate for people, having regard to the working methods being used and the physical demands on the employees.

If the office work is stationary, employers must ensure that a minimum temperature of 17.5°C is achieved and maintained at every workstation after the first hour's work.

For other sedentary work, an employer must ensure that at every work station where a substantial proportion of the work does not involve serious physical effort, a minimum temperature of 16°C is, so far as is reasonably practicable,maintained after the first hour’s work.

Under the law your employer even has to provide a thermometer to measure the work place temperature! Workers are entitled to have some means available to measure the temperature in any workplace inside a building.

The Health and Safety Authority Guide to the 2007 Regulations (the HSA Guide) states that in cases where it is difficult to maintain an adequate overall temperature, it may be necessary to provide extra heating or protective clothing at workstations.

Health and Safety Authority inspectors carry out around 16,000 inspections a year and have the power to enter any premises that is being used as a workplace and ensure employers are compliant with health, safety and welfare legislation.

Mary Kirwan is a barrister. Email her your queries at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.