TRAINING FOR WOMEN NETWORK MOVE INTO NEW OFFICES ON HOLYWOOD ROAD
06 July 2018
Photo: Pictured outside TWN’s new offices at Elizabeth House are from left to right: James McAlorum, Saba Investments, Norma Shearer, TWN, Chris Sweeney, Osborne King, Patricia Lewsley-Mooney, TWN and Uel McKibbin, Saba Investments.
Elizabeth House on Belfast’s Holywood Road has recently welcomed new tenants, Training for Women Network, (TWN), who have moved into a ground floor suite within the building. The 4,100 sq. ft. unit is one of a number of units arranged over three floors within the property which comprises over 24,000 sq. ft. of office space.
Located on one of Belfast’s main arterial routes in the east of the city and within the vicinity of Belmont Village and Holywood Arches, both offering excellent local amenities, Elizabeth House also offers private car parking to the front and rear of the property.
Chris Sweeney who negotiated the letting on behalf of owners, Saba Investments, commented: “We are delighted to welcome TWN to Elizabeth House which will offer them the scope to extend their services and activities according to their needs. We have been encouraged by the uptake of office space within the building generally with companies such as Dawson Whyte having moved in since Saba purchased the property.”
Speaking on behalf of TWN, Norma Shearer, CEO added: “TWN are overwhelmed at the support given to us both prior to moving in, and now that we are moved in, nothing is ever a problem. It’s always a good sign when the landlord himself conducts ‘snag’ visits personally and has allowed us to develop a relationship with him rather than being the ‘landlord’. In fact, we had visitors recently who commented that they wished they worked in a building like ours with some asking if there were any other units available – so impressed were they by the standard of work carried out and equipment supplied by Saba Investments. Overall, the Board and staff are really excited about what the future holds for us here in Elizabeth House.”
TWN joins existing tenants, Dawson Whyte, Ingeus UK Ltd and Midas Underwriting with one or two units still available to lease.