With showrooms in 2 locations; Randalstown and the more recently established Campsie dealership in Co. Derry, the family run business has attracted customers from all over Ireland and the UK and is proud to offer you excellent customer service combined with extremely competitive pricing to suit all budgets and lifestyles.
We realise that buying a car can be a daunting experience and our award winning customer sales advisors offer excellent advice and recommendations on vehicles and vehicle maintenance. We don’t just sell cars, we do everything possible to get you driving your perfect car and our friendly staff will go the extra mile to guarantee that you receive the advice you need. Why not come along to one of our dealerships to see for yourself? We look forward to meeting you 🙂
Tourism Northern Ireland
Tourism Northern Ireland (Tourism NI) is responsible for the development of tourism and the marketing of Northern Ireland as a tourist destination to domestic tourists, from within Northern Ireland, and to visitors from the Republic of Ireland. We are a non-departmental public body of the Department for the Economy and we work closely with other tourism bodies to help develop the visitor economy here and to market Northern Ireland to incoming visitors.
Tourism NI’s mission is to build the value of tourism to the local economy in partnership with government and industry.
Our vision is to confidently and passionately champion the development and promotion of the Northern Ireland experience.
Tourism Northern Ireland (Tourism NI) is the trading name of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board
Tourism NI works to raise awareness of the importance of tourism to the economy we actively build and consolidate our relationships with key strategic partners to deliver mutual benefits.
Building the tourism product
Tourism NI funds the development of quality tourism assets that are aligned to visitor needs.
Developing a quality visitor experience
Tourism NI supports the development of a high quality tourism industry through quality programmes that are based on visitor needs. We invest in people, projects and events that result in increased spending by leisure and business visitors.
Promoting the destination
Tourism NI delivers a compelling marketing communications programme that inspires and informs people from ROI who may consider a visit and those who live here who might spend more leisure time within Northern Ireland.
Tourism Ireland takes on the role of promoting the region internationally as part of a broader advertising strategy for the island of Ireland as a whole.
Tourism NI is responsible for working in conjunction with key partners on the development and roll out of the Northern Ireland tourism brand.
Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council
The Borough of Antrim & Newtownabbey covers 274 sq miles from the shores of Lough Neagh in the west to the shores of Belfast Lough in
the east. Its northern boundary with Ballymena leads to the Glens of Antrim and the port of Larne, while to the south it borders Belfast and Lisburn. 138,000 people live in the area. 65,000 vehicles pass through each day on the M2,one of the major transport corridors through the area. Five million people arrive or depart every year through Northern Ireland’s busiest gateway, Belfast International Airport. Two of Northern Ireland’s most popular and modern retail outlets, Junction One and Abbey Centre, attract shoppers from far and wide. Three higher education facilities, the University of Ulster at Jordanstown, CAFR E Agricultural College at Greenmount Campus in Antrim and the Northern Regional College campus at Whiteabbey cater for nearly 20,000 students. Two hospitals provide acute and sub-acute services, Antrim Area and Whiteabbey, plus Muckamore Abbey and Holywell hospitals are all within its boundaries.
Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland was the official mapping agency of Northern Ireland. The agency, along with the Rate Collection Agency, the Valuation and Lands Agency and the Land Registry, became part of Land & Property Services Northern Ireland, within the Department of Finance on 1 April 2008.
Ordnance Survey history in Ireland
Mapping in Ireland was the responsibility of the Ordnance Survey until the partition of Ireland in 1922. The Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland (OSNI) officially came into being on 1 January 1922 and the Ordnance Survey of Ireland (OSI) slightly later, on 1 April 1922.