8. Killultagh Holdings
- Director: Brendan Boyd
- Pre-tax profit: £59.3m
- Employment: Not stated
- Pay bill: Not stated
Killultagh Estates was set up by Frank Boyd in 1995 with the aim of stimulating growth by providing progressive commercial developments.
The company has said it’s since become a key player in the UK’s property sector. It operates a portfolio of major rental and investment projects spanning the industrial, retail, office, development and residential sectors, with a net value of over £200m. The portfolio includes 750,000 sq ft of mixed use space under ownership in Belfast city centre, 1.5 million sq ft of shopping centre and retail space under ownership throughout the UK and 50 acres of residential development lands.
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It recently won planning permission for a new nine storey city centre office building next to Belfast City Hall. It hopes to start full construction on The Mercantile next to Belfast City Hall at Donegall Square South.
Killultagh’s proposal involves the demolition of the existing six storey office block between Bank of Ireland and the Metro building at the back of Belfast City Hall, and replacing it with two basement levels and eight floors of offices.
32 - 38 Linenhall Street
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