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Support for Armor.

LIVERPOOL'S Allied Irish Bank branch is backing the city's regeneration drive with support for local developer J Armor.

The family firm has started work on a residential scheme, Chandler's Wharf on the Baltic Triangle, which Allied Irish has financed.

It will provide 132 one and two bed apartments which is the biggest scheme of its kind in Armor's 70-year history.

Managing director Dave Armor said: "We'd been looking to expand our residential portfolio in the city centre and the Baltic Triangle seemed like the perfect location. It's great to be able to have something of this scale in such a thriving city centre."

Armor and the bank have worked together for 10 years and Kevin Cassidy, senior manager, corporate business at Allied Irish Bank (GB) Liverpool, said: "Their ambition for a development is always matched by its success and we are confident they've chosen another great location."


BRIGHT FUTURE: Peter Armor of J Armor Ltd. (left) with Kevin Cassidy, senior manager of Allied Irish Bank (GB) Liverpool at the development in the Baltic Triangle
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Aug 11, 2006
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