Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

Sale of historic Belfast commercial property completed

Sale of historic Belfast commercial property completed

By Neil Logan It has been confirmed that the historic Belfast Telegraph building in Northern Ireland has been sold to property firm McAleer and Rushe. The high-profile commercial property was marketed for... Read more

Carney's interest rate rise threats were 'too aggressive'

By Natasha Adamson The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has been criticised for causing confusion by his "forward guidance" on interest rates, with his suggestion last summer that... Read more

Unanimous vote to maintain 0.5 per cent interest rate freeze

By Lauren Burns The Bank of England has again voted to maintain the 0.5 per cent interest rate freeze, as they were fully expected to do, but there was some surprise... Read more

Ashers bakery appeal case adjourned following Attorney General intervention

By Gillian Crotty The Ashers bakery appeal case is destined to continue even longer after it was decided to adjourn the case after the Attorney General John Larkin QC requested to... Read more

Northern Ireland nurse wins right to reassess unfair dismissal claim

By Gillian Crotty A Northern Ireland nurse has won the right to have her unfair dismissal claim re-heard, after senior judges set aside an industrial tribunal's decision that her dismissal had... Read more

NI Chamber calls for business rates to be linked to affordability

By Neil Logan Members of the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce are calling for a reform of the business rates system, proposing a move away from calculations based on size to... Read more

Check out the Wilson Nesbitt channel on Youtube

We are very excited to announce that there is now a Wilson Nesbitt channel on YouTube. Click here to go through to the channel were you watch a guide on... Read more

Closure of 11 Xtra-vision stores in NI to result in 60 redundancies

By Neil Logan The company Xtra-vision has gone into liquidation resulting in the closure of its' stores in Northern Ireland and around 60 redundancies. The rental chain consisted of 83 stores in... Read more

Majority of compensation claims paid by PSNI relate to hearing loss

By Gillian Crotty The Police Service of Northern Ireland has paid out £30million in compensation to officers, civilian staff and members of the public in the past 3 years, with the... Read more

Northern Ireland property market braced for buy-to-let rush

By Lauren Burns The Northern Ireland property market is expected to experience a temporary surge of sale transactions as buy-to-let investors rush to add to their portfolios before the stamp duty... Read more