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Monday 20 November 2017

NAMA stumps up €18m to finish Belfast buildings

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The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) is to provide £15m (€18m) in funding to complete a landmark office development in Belfast that has been on hold since the collapse of the property bubble. The agency's chairman said yesterday that this is part of its ongoing investment programme to enhance the value of its assets in Northern Ireland.

NAMA is financing the completion of two buildings at Lanyon Place, a high-profile office and leisure complex whose buildings include the Waterfront Hall conference and entertainment venue.

Irish Independent

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