Harland and Wolff’s  cranes. InfraStrata wants to purchase the shipyard’s  assets because one of its subsidiaries is planning to develop a £400m gas storage facility in  Co Antrim.  Photograph:  Stephen Davison

Energy infrastructure business InfraStrata raised £6 million (€7m) on Monday to complete its acquisition of the assets of Belfast shipyard Harland &am(...)

Harland & Wolff : It is understood a number of new parties came forward on Friday morning to express a possible interest in purchasing the yard.

Harland & Wolff has attracted a number of interested bidders who have engaged in “positive discussions” which could enable the business to be sold(...)

Harland and Wolf shipyard in Belfast: the lease covenant dictates all economic activity is restricted to “shipbuilding, ship repair and heavy engineering”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Administrators in charge of Harland & Wolff cannot simply sell off the Belfast shipyard site it occupies purely for commercial or residential(...)

The administrators said they are working closely with all interested parties  to secure a “positive outcome” for Harland and Wolff

A “number of interested parties and potential bidders” have made approaches to the administrators dealing with the stricken shipyard Harland and Wolff(...)

Metal cables lie in the rig area in front of the Samson crane at the Harland and Wolff shipyard, which has gone into administration. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Harland and Wolff is officially in the hands of administrators from the business advisory firm BDO Northern Ireland. Brian Murphy, managing partner o(...)