Northern Ireland

Lough Erne golf resort job losses 'unavoidable' - KPMG

lough erne resort aerial view
Image caption The Lough Erne five star hotel and golf resort opened in October 2007

The administrators of the Lough Erne golf resort in Fermanagh have said they expect a number of job losses in the near future.

The five-star facility opened in 2007 but failed to attract enough business and went into administration in May.

A spokesperson for administrators KPMG said the redundancies were unavoidable to ensure the running of the resort.

Former owner Jim Treacy owed Bank of Scotland Ireland (BoSI) £25m when the resort went into administration.

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