Templeton Robinson celebrates 20th anniversary 
  • Posted 4 years ago

Templeton Robinson’s team from all of its five branches came together on board the SS Nomadic in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter to celebrate the leading estate agents 20th anniversary along with some of the province’s property developers, solicitors and property professionals. Speaker at the event was Tom Frawley, Vice President for the World Board International Ombudsman, with special guest Richard Palmer of Peden Reid Solicitors and Law Society of Northern Ireland President, as well as local property developers responsible for some of our most prestigious houses.

Beth Robinson, Senior Partner/Director said: “We opened our doors on May 2, 1994 to bring an indigenous estate agency to Northern Ireland, following the withdrawal from the market of several national chains. Since then our achievements have included being the first estate agent to sell a house online, and being involved in some of Belfast’s most significant and iconic developments, such as The Residence at Victoria Square, St Anne’s Square, Cathedral Quarter and The Boat, Custom House Square.”