Castlereagh coun­cil’s old of­fice space is up for rent

Belfast Telegraph - Business Telegraph - - News - BY LAU­REN HARTE

THE base of the for­mer Castlereagh Bor­ough Coun­cil, next to Forest­side shop­ping cen­tre in south Belfast, has just gone on the rental mar­ket.

Castlereagh merged with Lis­burn coun­cil three years ago to be­come one of North­ern Ire­land’s new 11 ‘su­per coun­cils’. With the lo­cal au­thor­ity’s new head­quar­ters now based at La­gan Val­ley Is­land in Lis­burn, much of the for­mer civic build­ing at Up­per Gal­wally is now de­funct and could soon be­come of­fice space.

The 20,400sq ft prop­erty is de­scribed as an “out­stand­ing head­quar­ter of­fice build­ing with ex­cel­lent pro­file” fea­tur­ing a base­ment, ground and first floors and 69 on-site car park­ing spa­ces.

Let­ting agent Lis­ney has confirmed that part of the ground floor within the Brad­ford Court build­ing will con­tinue to be oc­cu­pied by Lis­burn and Castlereagh City Coun­cil. Un­til ear­lier this month, the coun­cil used of­fice space in the build­ing for its En­vi­ron­men­tal Health Ser­vice, which has since moved to Lis­burn, and for reg­is­tra­tion of births, deaths and mar­riages.

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