David Gavaghan, pictured in 2014 when he was  chief executive of the Titanic Quarter, with then lord mayor of Dublin Oisín Quinn, the lord mayor of Belfast Máirtín Ó Muilleoir and John McGram of Ulster Bank on the Enterprise train: he is decidedly upbeat about Belfast and  the North’s prospects in general. Photograph: David Sleator

David Gavaghan, an alumnus of both Dublin’s Blackrock College and Trinity College, Gavaghan has made a career out of being a front runner whether as t(...)

David Gavaghan: chief executive of Titanic Quarter since June 2012

Titanic Quarter, the company responsible for Belfast’s most important waterfront development, is to restructure its operations and has already remove(...)

A computer generated image of the proposed new Titanic Quarter offices. Subject to planning permission it is anticipated that the building will open in autumn 2015, accommodating a further 2,000 workers in the area.

Titanic Quarter Limited has lodged a full planning application for major new offices which are portrayed as the “largest new commercial development” p(...)

A cafe that lets its customers name their price is expanding after proving honesty actually does pay. The Dock in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter asks patr(...)