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One of NI's leading and longest established firms of chartered surveyors and property consultants. Osborne King has built up a strong local and national multi-disciplinary practice with over 50 staff who work closely with an extensive and diverse range of clients in identifying, developing and delivering property solutions tailored to their specific needs.
Acting for private and public sector clients, Osborne King are highly active and proactive across all key market sectors. They also implement a quality assurance system, demonstrating their commitment to providing a quality service at all times.
Osborne King acts for both private and public sectors and is active in the management, acquisition, disposal and letting of commercial property. They are also a multi- disciplinary practice with in-depth local and national knowledge of and experience in their prime market sectors including (i) transactional (licensed and leisure premises/property auctions/lettings/development consultancy/land and property acquisitions and sales), (ii) advisory (rating/valuation/lease renewals/rent reviews/insolvency/public sector consultancy), (iii) management (property and asset management/financial monitoring/facilities management)
Responding to the Coach Nightclub drinks promotion, Colin Neill, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster said:
“Irresponsible promotions have no place in our industry and we condemn them outright. We believe the imagery associated with this promotion is unacceptable and have referred it to the Independent Complaints Panel for the industry’s Responsible Retailing Code.
Irish News Column, August
By Colin Neill, Chief Executive, Hospitality Ulster
‘Tourism Tax’ a non-starter warns Hospitality Ulster
Trade NI, Northern Ireland’s largest business coalition, representing Hospitality Ulster, Manufacturing NI and Retail NI, has today met with the Shadow Chancellor, Rt Hon John McDonnell MP, who is visiting Belfast.
Reacting to the news that Julian Smith has been appointed as the new Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Trade NI (the alliance of Hospitality Ulster, Retail NI and Manufacturing NI) in a joint statement commented: