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Boom, not gloom, in the land of giants

In spite of an impending Brexit, Belfast is opening its arms to international investment and major developments are proliferating

25th March, 2018
CGI of the proposed development for Waterside in Belfast

In contrast to the isolationist impression created by Brexit, a delegation from Belfast City Council and Northern businesses and agencies recently travelled to Europe for the global property event, MIPIM, which takes place each March in Cannes.

The delegation sought to attract developers, investors and occupiers for the offices, shops, hotels and other infrastructure which are vital to the growth of Belfast’s economy.

Among the real estate projects being promoted were Weavers Cross,...

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