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Game of gains

After Game of Thrones, Belfast hopes to become an attractive draw on the international property market

28th February, 2016
Belfast’s City Quays: the city’s office sector is doing well

Belfast City Council has teamed up with local businesses to attract property investors to the city and take advantage of both market trends and tax changes, as well as the international publicity that the city’s film industry is generating from TV series such as Game of Thrones.

It will send a team to MIPIM in March, the major international property investment fair in Cannes in the south of France. This will follow last...

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