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Office fit out to boost Belfast economy

Posted by Mark
June 20, 2013 in Office Partitioning

A new multi-million pound renovation of two key offices in the centre of Belfast is set to boost the economy and provide new jobs, according to the agency responsible for delivering the work.

The investment into the Soloist building and Lanyon Plaza is set to cost £15 million, which will be provided by money from south of the border. The Republic of Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) is funding the scheme, further underpinning how vital a coherent Ireland is to the economic success of both countries.

The announcement of the  office fit out  office fit out, which may include  mezzanine flooring  mezzanine flooring, comes years after plans were first touted. However, due to the continuing economic climate, the works were effectively mothballed until just recently.

The chairman of the NAMA, Frank Daly, explained that the work will be the catalyst for many jobs, both through the works and when they are signed over as office accommodation.
Daly said it is part of a continuing investment channelled into Northern Irish assets:

“The agency is committed to providing more funding to debtors based in Northern Ireland in addition to the £123 million we have already approved.

“We would urge debtors to share their proposals with us, as we want to fund projects that can deliver a strong commercial return.”

He went on to add that a social residential scheme in County Down will also be getting NAMA support.

With many Irish banking property debts from the financial crisis of 2007/8 in its remit, the Republic’s agency is key to regeneration across Northern Ireland.

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