On 1 April 2020 the much heralded rates revaluation of all non-domestic property in Northern Ireland was published. The timing may appear odd coming as it does in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis, which has seen many businesses forced to close or operate at a reduced capacity.
Following two decades in charge at Osborne King, Martin McDowell is stepping down to make way for the next generation at the helm. Ulster Business speaks to him and the new managing director David McClure about building on a lifelong career at the commercial property firm and its new evolution
In the second half of 2019 Osborne King raised £750 by holding coffee mornings, “Dress Down Fridays” and a raffle for the Welcome Organisation in Belfast.
In 2019 Osborne King sent a Christmas e-card with a donation made to charity. Community Rescue Service was one 2019's nominated charities.
The hospitality sector and the entire global economy has been dominated with the impact of the on-going Brexit debacle for the entire year.
Osborne King now send e-cards with a donation made to charity. This year’s nominated charities were the Welcome Organisation and Community Rescue Service.