Lisney named as leading property agency in NI

Belfast consultancy Lisney has been named as the leading commercial property agency in Northern Ireland by the online version of leading property journal Estates Gazette.

Lisney came out on top in Northern Ireland in the EGi Deals competition, which seeks to find the most active commercial property agents in the UK. The results showed that Lisney was the leading agency overall, and the most active agent in the local office sector.

It is the second time in three years that Lisney has claimed the overall title. Unveiling the results, Magali Cartier of EGi said: “The awards are based on the number of deals completed by each agent in each region for all types of commercial property over the year. The majority of deals submitted by Lisney were in the retail sector, which was dominant in 2003."

Declan Flynn, MD of Lisney said: “To be recognised as the leading property agency in Northern Ireland is a fantastic achievement, especially when the recognition comes from a respected source such as Estates Gazette. We’re delighted to have been named as Northern Ireland’s leading agency".

During the past year Lisney have completed many high profile deals including Omagh’s new shopping concourse, ‘Main Street’, and the Spires Retail Park in Armagh, numerous office lettings in Belfast City centre and provincial Towns, and significant investment transactions throughout the UK totalling in excess of £200 million pounds.


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