Kil­lu­tagh Hold­ings

Direc­tor: Bren­dan Boyd

Belfast Telegraph - Top 100 Northern Ireland Companies - - ENTRIES 1-20 PROFILED -

Pre-tax profit: £59.3m Em­ploy­ment: Not stated Pay bill: Not stated

The Li­nen­hall 32 - 38 Li­nen­hall Street Belfast Tel: 028 9027 8899 www.kil­lul­t­agh.com

Kil­lul­t­agh Es­tates was set up by Frank Boyd in 1995 with the aim of stim­u­lat­ing growth by pro­vid­ing pro­gres­sive com­mer­cial de­vel­op­ments. The com­pany has said it’s since be­come a key player in the UK’S prop­erty sec­tor. It op­er­ates a port­fo­lio of ma­jor rental and in­vest­ment projects span­ning the in­dus­trial, re­tail, of­fice, de­vel­op­ment and res­i­den­tial sec­tors, with a net value of over £200m. The port­fo­lio in­cludes 750,000 sq ft of mixed use space un­der own­er­ship in Belfast city centre, 1.5 mil­lion sq ft of shop­ping centre and re­tail space un­der own­er­ship through­out the UK and 50 acres of res­i­den­tial de­vel­op­ment lands

It re­cently won plan­ning per­mis­sion for a new nine storey city centre of­fice build­ing next to Belfast City Hall. It hopes to start full con­struc­tion on The Mer­can­tile next to Belfast City Hall at Done­gall Square South.

Kil­lul­t­agh’s pro­posal in­volves the de­mo­li­tion of the ex­ist­ing six storey of­fice block be­tween Bank of Ire­land and the Metro build­ing at the back of Belfast City Hall, and re­plac­ing it with two base­ment lev­els and eight floors of of­fices.

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