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Proposals have been submitted for the building of a new six-storey office development at Belfast's Gasworks

Proposals have been submitted for the building of a new six-storey office development at Belfast's Gasworks

Proposals have been submitted for the building of a new six-storey office development at Belfast's Gasworks

Belfast's Gasworks is to get a new six-storey office development if plans get the go-ahead.

Proposals have been submitted for the building, which would feature grade A office space across from the Radisson Blu hotel.

Inislyn Ltd and Holywood firm Strategic Planning are behind the 70,000sq ft development.

The scheme also includes the reconfiguration of an existing car park.

It would sit beside a range of buildings including Lloyds Banking Group, Killymeal House and several other Government offices.

Meanwhile, financial services firm FinTru, which has its head office in London, has taken on a new HQ at Carleton House in the Gasworks.

It provides middle-office services to the financial sector and has created around 60 jobs over the last year with help from the former Department for Employment and Learning.

Carleton House was recently sold to a Northern Ireland investor for £1.975m.

Elsewhere, Bernard Eastwood is redeveloping Longbridge House in Belfast city centre after buying the building earlier this year. Plans have been submitted to change the ground floor of the Waring Street building to include restaurant units, along with external alterations.

And Wirefox has bought the Southergate shopping centre in Dumfries, Scotland, from Cerberus.

It was part of the controversial NI Nama portfolio.


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