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Work begins at Flurrybridge

Building work has begun on a new £1.3m extension of Flurrybridge Enterprise Centre. The first of 15 new units which will expand the existing facility by 50 per cent to some 60,000 square feet will be available for occupancy in October. The project is a joint venture by Newry and Mourne Co-Operative and Co Armagh Development Trust and as such is a partnership of two not for profit organizations. The project has also received advice from Louth Enterprise Board. The team behind the project are confident that the site’s border location adjacent to the M1/N1/A1will help new businesses exploit cross border trade opportunities. It is also hoped the site will generate spend an up to sixty jobs for the local economy. The project has also boosted the local construction industry with Milligan Reside Larkin the architects and Felix O’Hare the chosen contractor.


Newry Reporter

23rd May 2012