Exceptional, innovative, sustainable buildings
Northern Ireland is a place of contrasts. Modernity and tradition are woven into every facet of the region and these same characteristics underpin the business values of Killultagh Estates.
As a family-run development company, and one of Northern Ireland’s premier property businesses, we play a pivotal role in designing, developing, constructing/refurbishing and managing outstanding commercial, retail, residential and mixed-use buildings throughout the United Kingdom.
Our aim is to help accelerate Northern Ireland’s economic growth with our UK-wide portfolio of developments, designed to reflect the needs of modern occupiers, and built on a foundation of quality and longevity.
Our vision for the future
We embrace challenges and change and this approach is embodied in our vision for Killultagh Estates Ltd:
To create architecture that embodies the very best in innovation & progress and to build a legacy that will be of value for generations to come.
Laura joins BBC’s Wendy Austin to discuss what sort of commercial development is needed in Belfast and what investors look for in a city before they invest in it. Listen below or click this link to go to the BBC’s website (episode expires on 4th December 2017)
Alfred Street Properties Ltd, owners of Connswater Shopping Centre and Retail Park, has today announced that the scheme is to receive a significant boost when home, garden and leisure retail chain, The Range, opens a 57,000 sq ft store at the complex later this year. The retailer will create 80 new jobs when it do whatever you want to update
Planning has been lodged for the KH1 Business Park, a 32-acre site located off the highly successful Knockmore Hill Industrial Estate. This site was previously approved for 550,000 sq ft of light industrial and storage and distribution in 2010. Killultagh Estates’ revised plans for 450,000 sq ft will modernise the previous approval and do whatever you want to update
Killultagh recently scaled back plans for a 10-storey office block in the heart of Belfast to nine floors, in order to alleviate Council concerns over the impact the scheme might have on the surrounding heritage assets. The new block will occupy the former General Accident building at Donegall Square South, behind the City Hall. do whatever you want to update
Lidl has established a new enlarged store at Connswater Shopping Centre that will greatly enhance the shopping opportunities in the wider area. Lidl, which currently operates 38 stores and employs more than 800 people across Northern Ireland, is replacing existing premises within the Connswater retail park with a new larger, modern fit-out it says do whatever you want to update
Killultagh Estates plans to revitalise a key area of Belfast city centre by replacing a vacant eight storey building with a new, ten-storey mixed-use property. Brunswick House on Brunswick Street had been unoccupied for a number of years and had fallen into a poor state of repair when it was acquired by Killultagh Estates do whatever you want to update
Killultagh Estates Ltd
19- 21 Alfred Street
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