Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

Mortgage approvals in July lowest since January 2015

Mortgage approvals in July lowest since January 2015

By Lauren Burns Mortgage approvals for remortgagors and home buyers in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK reached a 19-month low in July, the first full month following the... Read more

Increase in employment law advice requests from returning mothers

By Gillian Crotty There has been an increase in the number of women requesting legal advice in respect of problems at work experienced after returning from maternity leave, according to figures... Read more

Northern Ireland women buck UK trend on gender salary gap

By Gillian Crotty A UK wide report suggests that the gender pay gap still shows men earning more than women, except that is in Northern Ireland, where women are on the... Read more

Research looks at care orders in respect of obese children

By Lenore Rice At least 15 councils in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK have taken obese children into care or placed them on child protection registers in the... Read more

Northern Ireland property prices increased by £5k

By Lauren Burns Property prices in Northern Ireland increased by 5 per cent in the year up to June according to new research by the Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency... Read more

Two employees settle sexual harassment claims against Belfast food restaurant

By Gillian Crotty Two female employees who worked at KFC on the Boucher Road have settled their sexual harassment claims against Herbel Restaurants, with compensation totalling £30,000 between them. Kirstie and Courtney... Read more

5 things to consider when making a Will

By Lenore Rice A high percentage of adults in Northern Ireland consider making a Will but fail to carry through to writing one, largely because it is difficult to contemplate a... Read more

Northern Ireland property prices increased in July

By Lauren Burns Northern Ireland property prices improved in July, the first full month following the EU referendum vote, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). The RICS report shows... Read more

Research suggests half of female employees have been sexually harassed

By Gillian Crotty New research suggests that over half of female employees in Northern Ireland have suffered sexual harassment at work. The poll was conducted by the Trades Union Congress as part... Read more

Mortgage borrowers will have to wait to benefit from interest rate cut

By Lauren Burns Mortgage borrowers in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK will have expected to quickly reap the benefits of the new record low interest rate of 0.25... Read more