As the current financial year draws to an end on the 31st of March, we can reflect upon the impact of the introduction of the net annual values (NAV) for non-domestic property introduced by the Land and Property Services (LPS) in April 2015.
Osborne King has sold the former Danske Bank building on Donegall Square North for a figure comfortably over the asking price of £5.75 million. A Northern Irish-based investor has acquired the property.
Property/asset management has traditionally been seen as the “Cinderella” of the property industry. Upon graduating, young surveyors dream of carrying out big agency transactions such as letting or selling shops and offices
The former Botanic Lodge, which lay derelict for several years, has been sold for £606,000, according to selling agents, Osborne King. The property came on the market in November 2015, and due to the strong level of interest a closing date for offers was set for 11th December 2015 with the deal completing within four weeks.
Osborne King, Northern Ireland’s largest independent property consultancy, has been ranked 6th in the UK’s listing of UK Top Commercial Auctioneers for 2015 according to figures released recently by the Essential Information Group (EIG).
Gail Prentice-Jackson assumes the position of Associate Director within the company’s Property and Asset Management Department where she deals with all aspects of property management working to improve the performance of her clients’ property assets across a broad spectrum.