Expanding firm moves to Ormeau Baths offices
By John Simpson The policy experts, thinking ahead for the area within the boundaries of Belfast city, have published early draft plans about how the city might look by 2035. These proposals will have even...
By Nigel Birney, Willis Towers Watson The collapse of construction giant Carillion earlier this year with debts of £1.5bn really put into sharp focus the precarious nature that the construction sector supply chain can find themselves in through no fault of their own, even when there is a perception that things are relevantly buoyant in Northern Ireland.
By Clare Kelly, director at Glandore Tissues at the ready, the winter flu season is upon us. Let the synchronised sniffling commence as employees cough and sputter towards the office Christmas party. More and more of us are weathering our seasonal viruses, braving the glares of neighbouring colleagues and turning up to work when we're unwell.
By Michael Duffy, property solicitor, Worthingtons Solicitors There is still a massive amount of uncertainty surrounding Brexit and its implication for businesses in the UK. In the context of commercial leases, one interesting case is the ongoing saga...