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In March , Garrard, 71, stood down as chairman and left the business.
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It is owned by Ives and his family trusts. She deploys her wealth of leasehold knowledge to achieve practical results. About the Author Ben Ingram. Hema is regularly approached to comment or write on current residential property issues in the press.
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Roxburghe also has stakes in golf, property and racing companies. The business is owned by the Moss family and trusts. After narrowly surviving the property crash, they turned to retail. But Petchey has plenty to play to make up for such losses. In August, it moved to the main market to raise its profile.
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In the same month, planning permission was granted for a three-acre former site in Congleton, Cheshire, acquired through the Modus deal.
But with the property downturn easing, we value the business on the net asset figure. Jomast is also focusing on the Newcastle office market with plans for a 30, sq ft development to the north of the city centre. Chervak, 56, and his family own it all. Sally is a former government minister and has enjoyed a varied and highly successful career in senior positions including council leader of the London Borough of Southwark, and most recently held a senior role in international development.
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Economics, politics and family business. His considerable expertise and experience in the valuation and analysis of complex ground-rent portfolios is key in influencing their policy on acquisitions and disposals. Planning permission has been granted on plans submitted by Jomast to redevelop a 4.
McManus was active in the property boom through Sloane Capital, in partnership with Magnier and Aidan Brooks, the Limerick property developer. This simple philosophy has led to multiple awards and rapid growth in the nine years since inception. He sold a 3.
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Founded by Herbert in , Herbel prospered through The Troubles as few rival fast food chains dared venture into Belfast and other Northern Ireland towns. He kept the rights to the name Chelsfield and naturally started again.
We value the Liverpool-based business on the net assets.
In addition, year-old Rasul is making his mark on the Scottish property front with his industrial estate venture called E-Net Park. A former sandwich and later hamburger salesman, Dixon formed Regus in