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Maxol Completes £3.5 Million Transformation Of Ballymena Site

Maxol, Northern Ireland’s leading family-owned forecourt and convenience retailer, has completed its transformation of Maxol Braid River Service Station in central Ballymena following an investment of £2 .

35 million. The investment is part of a wider five-year £84M capital investment programme across The Maxol Group to create a network of convenience-led forecourt services that offer customers quality, value and choice on everything from fresh coffee and groceries to food-to-go on their doorstep. A new Ultra Rapid EV Charging Hub – the second to be developed by Maxol and the second of its kind in Northern Ireland – has opened and features four high-powered 200kw ultra-rapid chargers that charge a single vehicle* in as little as 15 minutes.


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Investment Firm Acquires City Centre Retail Sites

Alterity Investments has acquired three prominent sites in Belfast city centre which are home to some of the UK and Ireland’s best known retail brands. Alterity has purchased the adjoining Mayfair Building, Arthur Chambers and State Buildings, listed buildings which have frontages on to Cornmarket

Declan Breslin Joins FinTrU As Managing Director – Client Delivery

FinTrU has announced the appointment of Declan Breslin as Managing Director – Client Delivery. Declan has enjoyed a successful career in financial services, having worked at a number of global industry leaders in the financial services sector over the last 20 years. Prior to FinTrU,



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