'Trust your instincts, follow your goal'
Q&A: David Burrows
Q: What's the best business (or life) advice you've ever been given?
A: Making a bad decision is better than the paralysis of waiting for a good decision.
Q: What piece of advice would you pass on to someone starting out in business?
A: Trust your instincts and follow your goal but remember, it takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to blow it.
Q: What was your best business decision?
A: Returning to Northern Ireland.
Q: If you weren't doing this job, what would be your career?
A: Criminal barrister.
Q: What was your last holiday? Where are you going next?
A: Last year we went to Croatia and this year we're heading to Northern California
Q: What are your hobbies/ interests?
A: Cycling and rugby.
Q: What is your favourite sport and team?
A: Rugby and Ulster Rugby. I've also played rugby as well.
Q: If you enjoy reading, can you recommend a book?
A: Lion Man, the autobiography of rugby legend Ian McGeechan.
Q: How would you describe your early life?
Q: Have you any economic predictions?
A: A sustained period of unpredictability.
Q: How would you assess your time in business with your company Benmore?
Q: How do you sum up working in the property development sector?
A: It's 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.