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14th November 2017
One third of NI people say “Not in my backyard”

One third of NI people say “Not in my backyard”

A third of NI’s NIMBYs admit to being frustrated that the next generation can’t afford to buy their own home, according to the latest research by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). The FMB’s UK-wide research into NIMBYs (‘not-in-my-back-yarders’), or in other words people who tend to take an anti-development view to new homes being […]
25th October 2017
Potential redevelopments at Drumnagreagh

Potential redevelopments at Drumnagreagh

The owner of a derelict Northern Ireland hotel is searching for developers to help transform the former popular site. The Drumnagreagh Hotel in Glenarm has been derelict for over a decade, however a local private investor is looking to partner with developers to repair the buildings. Gavin Weir, from GVA NI property consultants, said: “The […]
20th October 2017
Strong interest expected in £675,000 Stranmillis property

Strong interest expected in £675,000 Stranmillis property

A double bay, three-storey mid-terrace in the Stranmillis area of Belfast has gone on the market, providing commercial and residential opportunities for investors. 129 and 131 Stranmillis Road is priced at £675,000 and consists of two retail units while the upper floors features two three-bedrooms and one two-bedroom apartments. The current retail units are occupied […]
10th October 2017
Victorian terraced property with a 25k price tag

Victorian terraced property with a 25k price tag

A Victorian terraced house has gone on the market for £25,000 in the Sydenham area of East Belfast. The three-storey property on Connsbrook Avenue features four bedrooms, however is in need of extensive renovation. This terrace house is one of the cheapest houses in the city. A dwelling in nearby Parkgate, that was also in […]