Why Choose Lisburn?

  • Island Centre
  • Library
  • Wallace Park
  • Lisburn Square
  • B and Q

Lisburn was recently designated a City and is now the third largest city in Northern Ireland. It is situated c.8 miles South West of Belfast on the River Lagan, which forms the boundary between County Down and County Antrim. Lisburn benefits from a catchment population in excess of 110,000 people.

The towns and villages which are part of Lisburn City continue to attract visitors and shoppers from across Northern Ireland, both for the floral displays, retail excellence, historical links and sporting facilities.

There have been a number of new developments in Lisburn over recent years which include the opening of the New Library, the extension of Bow Street Mall, the new North Feeder Road which provides better links to Belfast City Centre, and the exciting proposals for a new 220,000 sq ft John Lewis and Retail Development which will further enhance the already impressive Sprucefield Development. A proposed link road is planned which will link Moira Road at the Knockmore Road junction to Sprucefield roundabouts and the M1 and M2 motorways.

Situated c.3 miles from Lisburn is Hillsborough which has played host to many Royal Visits, as it was once Government House. Today it serves as a residence for the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and as a magnificent setting for visiting dignatories.

With first class schools, excellent infrastructure, and a booming retail industry it is hard to see why Lisburn has become one of the most desirable places to live and work in Northern Ireland.

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