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Snapshot of the Week, to 11 August 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Airport: 3-2 vote for historic over optimised replacement cost at airport

Auckland City consent activity: Pittosporum “a community asset”
Parnell pohutukawa’s felling also opposed
Cancer Society seeks approval for changes
Clubrooms proposed
Tepid baths remedial works
Trans Tasman gets extension on Star site
Redwood gets consent for 56 units in Mt Eden business zone
Bond on Beaumont Quarter works allowed

Communal gardens: Policy to regulate communal garden lots

Greys Ave: Update: Consent granted

Gulf islands: 4 plan changes for gulf islands

Listeds: Warehouse sales rise 10.9%, same-store 12.1%

Local business: Skies open, at last

Papatoetoe: New round in landmark Bayley litigation

propbd Diary – Listeds Warehouse annual result date

Shortland St: Trans Tasman gets extension on Star site

Statistics: Sales are up, however you look at it

U:
Krasniqi trustee company faces liquidation
Viewfield struck off, now faces liquidation
Kitsethome.com wound up
Mottram still sorting out partners
Earthmoving Consultants wound up
Village Interiors settles
Valentines NZ settles
Nonferral NZ wound up
Axis Construction wound up
Moore Living gets adjournment
R&F Concrete wound up
Dakshin settles carpet bill
Second liquidation for Henderson Installation in 2 weeks
Clode liquidates Terraces On Main
Ex-Genesis Homes Henderson wound up
Combined Building Systems wound up
Panel Products wound up
IRD seeks liquidation of GTS
IRD seeks Spectrum Covers liquidation
1 DSR on way out, another starts
Salus Executive Health claims date
Head Girl in liquidation
Tasman Publishing in liquidation
Industrial Drains in liquidation
Markan Holdings in liquidation
IRD seeks liquidation for See The Big Picture
Benchmark seeks liquidation for Brookdale in Hamilton
LTSA chases Broadway Towing
Palmer Corp in liquidation
Receivers at Hemmingway’s
California Dreamin’ Leisure Products in liquidation
3 Meo companies liquidated
Good In Bed chased by related company’s liquidator
Earthsystems wound up
HIH company wound up
Josy Holdings in liquidation
McCullagh switches Eternal receiverships
Bandag in liquidation
City Products in liquidation
Cable Trace wound up
Fairview Realty faces liquidation
1 Everglade down, another rises
Sovereign Homes D&B wound up
Receivers at Leftfield Sports Café
Buchanan Builders in liquidation
Global Cable & Duct faces liquidation
Receiver at ex-Mangonui ITM
Steel & Alloy Welding winds up
2 Wickham companies Pieris Mint and Garden Court closed
Coast & Country Real Estate wound up

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Snapshot of the Week, to 9 June 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland city consent activity: Proposal to remove Arney Rd pines

AMP gets consent for bonus swap at Tower Centre

McLeod withdraws proposal for tower of flats above old Christian Science church

Church gets non-notified hearing for extensions

Trends Publishing plans 3-building complex at Ellerslie

External links: Nuffield St

Glimcher Realty Trust

CBL & Associates Properties Inc

NZ Business Council for Sustainable Development

Hotels.com

Discussion document on business rehabilitation

Other decisions & the wider insolvency law review

Land Information NZ website

Listeds: Kiwi Income boosts profit to $43.4 million & proposes 1:6 rights issue

Local business: 10-year transport projects plan

New Pacific Retail bid by Cullen

Westpac completes AGC sale

Localities: AMP gets consent for bonus swap at Tower Centre

McLeod withdraws proposal for tower of flats above old Christian Science church

Trends Publishing plans 3-building complex at Ellerslie

North Shore consent activity Council challenges 9m public strip at Bayswater

propbd Diary – Listeds: Richina Pacific agm

Rodney consent activity: Golf range for Dairy Flat

19-lot Waimauku subdivision

Statistics: Retail sales up 11.3% in April, 9.3% excluding cars

U: Timber & Door Supplies in receivership

Flooring Enterprises (renamed Red Sky) in receivership

Harts Accounting creditors’ meeting

Ibiza & Isobar out of receivership

Melvin & Stark wound up

Electrical Projects in liquidation

Wickham’s Open Fields hangs in

Fava’s Nomoi faces liquidation

Flight International wound up

Terry Smith’s Investments Syndicates wound up

OBD Developments wound up

Roseneath Properties to settle

Fresh Food Co wound up

CashLink owner Catley faces liquidation

FMG wound up twice in hour

Kettel Electrical wound up but new company started

Chas Burry wound up

James Credit liquidation call adjourned

Tribeca Properties wound up

Settlements by Myola Gardener, Golden Wok,
Posies Concepts, Dallan Enterprises No 50, Kitchener Construction, Malco Fittings, Forward Plastics

Quay Park A&M Centre, Medi Plus Occupational Medicine & Airport Oaks X-Ray in voluntary liquidation

World business: Enron/Andersen aftermath

World property: Forest City buys residential community at $US55,000/unit

US mall developer/owner Glimcher refinances at sub-5%

Florida mall goes for $US46.5 million

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Snapshot of the Week, to 13 May 2001

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity: Bellwood Ave childcare centre

University maths/physics building to be enlarged

Prism gets changes on Beaumont St

Mercy Hospital consent extended

Bonded/delayed financial contribution for Kone

Consent for Jervois/Redmond redevelopment

Scanlan St terraced houses approved

Listeds: Warehouse target: 1ft² of shop for every New Zealander

Local business: City roadworks watch

New Rodney council structure in place

Wood-processing takeovers

Local property: New study on eastern corridor

Raymond sentencing 13 June

A foreign website lands

City Design pays dividend

Smaller Krukziener offerings

Xena’s Avondale studio for sale

Three weeks to go on Cooper Henderson tender

Liquidation hearing for Holts’ Phoenician management company

Savoy suspended

Whillans top Bayleys agent

Cruise for Bayleys’ top achievers

Regional Growth Forum: Draft sector agreements in July

Policy proposals on open space outlined

Statistics: Occupancy rates well up in March

World business: Daewoo shipyard wins $US2 billion of orders

Taiwanese shipyard racks of huge losses

5% Taiwanese growth forecast

Dell to lay off 10%

Hunan may let investment company collapse

Macquarie Bank restructures to maintain growth

Millers to buy Woolworths’ Crazy Prices

World property: Ripplewood takes Seagaia

Law Lords find minister’s dual powers don’t infringe developers’ rights

Babcock & Brown bids for MTM Entertainment Trust

AMP Diversified raises profit 2.4%

Henderson Land restructure

Bid to sell half-finished Chinese projects

ING reshuffle

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Snapshot of the Week, to 24 February 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity: Lights for Otahuhu tennis club

Balfour Rd offices hearing “expected to be controversial”

Concern that Eden office proposal still not heard

Councillors defer reduced-esplanade plan for site visit

Kingsland residence/workrooms conversion approved

Consent for Marcam on Mad Ave site

Jorna gets consent for factories on rail corridor though councillors question project

Endean gets apartment changes, including balcony overhangs (above a verandah)

Auctions: Bayleys 13 February auction results

External links: NY Times DealBook a mine of business information

Property For Industry Ltd

White House spoof site

NZ Conveyancer

Mountvista boutique hotel Queenstown

Weheka Inn Fox Glacier

Escapade Charters

Listeds: Force draws 46.6% non-Sky notes subscription

Update, Fletcher Construction Australia sold

Ports profit up 9% to $22.75 million

Inland port on F&P East Tamaki site

Environment Canterbury decides not to appeal Pegasus Bay ruling

Property For Industry lifts pretax profit 18% & trebles bottom line

PFI gets occupancy to 99%

Steel & Tube profit up 34%

Listeds – Australia: Lend Lease first half profit up 16.2% to $A126.4 million

Local property: Extra $7.45 million for sub-standard housing

Cornerstone gives Orewa Nautilus green light

Bayleys Summer portfolio out

North Shore: Councillors approve Northcote Central planning project

Long Bay designation hearings on hold

propbd Diary – General update: Conveyancers conference

propbd Diary – Listeds update: Property For Industry Ltd, annual report & meeting

Air NZ interim

U: IRD applies to wind up Cotl, Cambridge Investment Group
Karisma Kitchens wound up

Andrew Turner’s Chapel Road faces liquidation

IRD seeks to wind up Hotspot Stoves (1997) and Metal Roofing Services

2 Wilson Neill companies wound up

Old Cornerstone companies off register

Daniels company Gulf Harbour Finance wound up

Receiver for Vance company Woodbridge Construction

Selwyn D&B faces liquidation

World property: TrizecHahn scrambles to fill huge Enron vacancies

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Snapshot of the Week, to 8 June 2003

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City planning issues & strategic direction: Growth management among many issues at city development meeting

Question raised over increased use of church facilities

Money for Greening the City

Heritage/character overlay zone for town centres

Council issues comprehensive report on managing Auckland City growth

Consultation with Chinese community on Newmarket

Council compiles list of principles for western reclamation development

Height/boundary rule changes

Committee confirms Essentially Waiheke as strategy

Tavern location controls

ACE bumps up consent list price — by 2445%

Awards: Bayfair wins Property Council’s supreme award

Britomart: Pre-opening photo gallery of Britomart station

Britomart above-ground photo gallery

Change is happening to the east

Inspired tender would raise Britomart’s potential as centre of gravity

Economy: Official cash rate down to 5.25%

NZ joins new Asian bond fund

External links: LexisNexis

Brookers

Rider Hunt

North Shore City Council

Australian Stock Exchange

Deutsche Office Trust

EnergyWise

Resource Management Amendment Act

Listeds: Government network agreement breathes new life into Tranz Rail

Listeds – Australia: Australian Growth Properties agrees to sell 80% of portfolio

Litigation: Judge gives injunction stopping Kiwi from putting IBM sign on Majestic

Local business: Fletcher Building says importers looking for dumped supplies

Challenger shuts most of its NZ shop

Manukau: Warehouse wins site beside Manukau events centre

North Shore snapshot: Council issues guide to working on heritage properties

Statistics: Average home-building cost shoots over $1000/m², up 13% in year

U: Roseneath gets adjournment

TE Construction proposal approved

Application to wind up Recycling & Recovery struck out

NZ Wholesale Vehicles fights Radisich wind-up move

Westnorth relies on district court judgment to pay creditors

IRD & court brush aside responsibility again

IRD-John Russell scrap heads for hearing

Candy Textiles to settle

Famous Brands (ex-Hemisphere) & Hudson settle with IRD

Stuarts Properticare wound up

Roland Holdings wound up

Guy Contracting gets adjournment

4 Fourie companies settle with IRD

81-85 Fort St companies settle with IRD

A O’K airport rental company wound up

Move to wind up Wasan International Forestry struck out

Going, going, but not gone

No 1 Queen settles with IRD

Case against Hebe Finance discontinued

Thorburn Properties closes

P&C Cook Properties closes

Sleepyhead closes Manhattan Mattress Co

3rd bankruptcy for Roger Morrison

White Capital Developments folds

Groufsky’s Lotzachox folds

Top-lay Concrete folds

DF Mainland company Radiata Holdings folds

Move to wind up Westnorth Construction

World business: Economy on lean, and government with a printing press

1 factor ignored in exchange rate calculations

World property: Deutsche Office Trust cuts forecast

Macquarie Office Trust cuts forecast

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Snapshot of the Week, to 8 February 2004

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

External links: Orient-Express Hotels

Abacus Property Group

Ezibed

Investment: Rental property returns boost investor confidence

2003 a strong investment year, but don’t expect a repeat says AMP’s Dyer

Listeds: AMP office trust sets buyback terms

National Property Trust boosts net half-year earnings 70%

Local property: Fish market to open in June

Statistics: Immigration boom continues to wind down

U: CDL gets date for liquidation move against Zip Internet

Car Works & NZ Towing & Recovery Service fold

Whangapoua Properties survives

Plant & Machinery Sales gets adjournment of 2 applications

City Dental Centre survives

Able & Allan wound up

Ballyhoo Else wound up

Pioneer Homesteads faces liquidation

Botha Holdings wound up

Manning’s Stafford House Hostel satisfies

Singaporean sales & leasing specialist

Sapphire Homes faces new liquidation call

Kone Investments folds

Sctoom wound up

Avonlea Home gets last adjournment

Ultimate Manufacturing gets adjournment

Ridge’s M3 gets adjournment

Vics Painting & Decorating gets adjournment

Lincoln Hire Service wound up

Hamill Refrigeration settles 1, faces another

Covich Contractors to settle after section sale

Top Elite Academy wound up

3 Selwyn companies face liquidation

Mill Shack faces liquidation

1st Pacific 5th Ave (now Huataki) folds

Te Tai’s Design Spec Contracting faces liquidation hearing

Ablekiwi Floorsanding faces liquidation

New move to wind up Parkstone Holdings

Travers Developments faces liquidation

Door Services Developments faces liquidation

Dimension Group of Companies folds

Receivers at Furniture & Joinery Supplies

Oratia Developments folds

Trinity Land Co folds

Construction Administration Services folds

Mac Rata Group faces liquidation

Wilco Properties folds

World property: Orient-Express buys into Pansea luxury hotel operator

Mirvac enters industrial market on 8.6% yield

$US2.5 billion revitalization project in Brooklyn

ING to buy Baring China business

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Snapshot of the Week, to 7 January 2001

The previous version, in December, was getting out of hand so I’ve shortened the Snapshot of the Week to headlines. The fuller version will appear in its own category.

Latest:

World property: Hotel for old HK industrial site, chasing short-term success, Office Depot closures, Singapore house prices fall, another HK industrial park, Sogo store in HK sold, Reit changes start in US — Hilton the first loser, Cousins buys at 9.75% in Dallas, US home orders up, Soros-backed Medical Properties goes shopping, NZ Corp sells Phoenix site, next Las Vegas megaresort under way, RailAmerica sells non-core track, Wal-Mart to join Carrefour in Japan, Glenborough sells 37 communities, Gables says Houston’s the next development niche, Insignia buys Brooke of HK, Lexington buys Illinois industrial at 10.5%, Oakwood buys Washington serviced apartment project at $NZ353,000/unit, Post sells apartment communities at $NZ267,400/unit, Property sector picks for 2001, Summit exits small, old apartment communities, Burnham finalises shopping centre sales, Wells buys in Oklahoma at 10.7%, contractor wins performance case against subcontractor, bankrupt operator relinquishes top box office megaplex leases.

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Snapshot of the Week, to 28 July 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Airport: 4 new commercial projects at airport

Auckland City consent activity: Unusual halfway step on complicated consents

Plan change 71 sets new rules

Hearing to remove Britomart precinct trees

Hearing on sportsground clubrooms

510 units planned for old Greys Ave Public Service garage site

73-89 units planned for slim Princes St site

Bond for Newton project’s financial contribution

Green Lane clinic approved in residential zone

Redwood gets non-notified hearing for 56 units off Dominion Rd

Christian college legalises building use

Councillors worry about operating hours at edge of busy junction

Beaumont Quarter: Council sticks with demand in Beaumont Quarter reserves tradeoff

Downtown: Downtown public drinking ban

Grey Lynn: Councillors worry about operating hours at edge of busy junction

Greys Ave: 510 units planned for old Greys Ave Public Service garage site

High St: Rakino’s gets airspace lease for its balcony

Listeds: Capital Properties rights issue on standby for acquisitions

Sovereign accepts National offer

Local business: Meeting on airport shares sale

Local property: Rights issue increases Kiwi equity by 19%

National unitholders can take Newmarket bid unconditional on Tuesday

Capital doesn’t have to offer rights overseas

Bayleys to run online auction for Team NZ

Research shows 24,000 consents/year needed

ARC to discuss consent process for big roads

Hearing on extending urban limit beyond Babich block

Total Property portfolio out

Mt Eden: Redwood gets non-notified hearing for 56 units off Dominion Rd

propbd Diary – Listeds: Sky City annual result

Sky City annual meeting

Fletcher Challenge Forests special meeting

Quay Park: Council to proceed with $80 million Quay Park arena

Queen St: 183 units to replace Mid City cinemas

Regional growth: Whimsically imagining how to make resource consent applications easy

Statistics: Building consents continue to rise

Net migrant inflow 32,800 in June year

University precinct: 73-89 units planned for slim Princes St site

Wyndham St: Extra 24 units in skinny Wyndham St project

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Snapshot of the Week, to 1 April 2001

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Agencies: “Hip apartment team” the new Kelland’s marketing look

Auckland City consent activity: Councillors reject rushed hearing on Aotea market

Commissioners appointed for Greenlane road widening, Ryman Ellerslie village

One Hobson apartments consent extended by two years

Faesenkloet granted new Newton Rd consent

Avondale plastics makers allowed to expand

Auckland City growth: Auckland City approves plan change 3

First Panmure growth workshop held

Developers: Manning finds an ideal spot in the countryside, and looks for more

Listeds: Hallenstein Glasson holds firm

National Property Trust secures Southway acquisitionNational Property Trust secures Southway acquisition

Savoy reports $77m loss

Pye interests to take over Tasman Agriculture

Local business: Cargo shift to Tauranga

Pacific Retail does jig

Savoy suspended

Rubicon opens at half asset value

Carter buys Tasman kraft

Current account deficit improves

Local property: Dairy Brands sells four farms

Kiwi Income offer value unchanged

Rodney District: Kirby puts 6 April deadline on plan change 62 talks

Statistics: February dwelling consents stay down

World business: Marks & Spencer cuts back

Delphi Automotive cuts back

CyberWorks makes $US886m loss

Mitsubishi staring at $NZ5.3b loss this year

Recommendation to ban Peregrine high-fliers for incompetence

World property: Shenzhen CyberCity first stage launched

US hotelier Lodgian increases loss and gearing

Hiccup for Boston Properties’ bid for Citigroup Centre

Slowdown cuts HK office returns

Australians buy Japanese 20% of Darling Harbour complex

HK magnate out of Alice rail

Westfield America tidy-up completed

US reit splits HQ and executive along with big writedown

Hyundai debt conversion proposed

Singapore government invests in US industrials

Times Square (Chongqing)

Hong Leong separates finance and property

Perth airport development trust

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Snapshot of the Week, to 22 December 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

External links: Host Marriott Corp

Marriott International Inc

Resorts International Unlimited

Farco Technologies Ltd

Brookfield Properties Corp

Brookfield Homes Corp

Listeds: Judge awards $650,000 costs against regional council over Pegasus Bay

Metlifecare agrees $10.7 million sale of 2 facilities

Local business: Restaurant Brands switches to Inghams chooks

Regional train renewal starts

Local property: Auckland City fixtures committee back in month

House sales up but Auckland a mixture

Fletcher notes 20% oversubscribed

Commonwealth raises Fletcher Building stake

Northland: Hagaman says Scenic Circle will double Paihia hotel

North Shore: Shore councillors agree to pay 14.4% more for Long Bay reserve

North Shore snapshot: Extra Onewa carpooling lane canned

Statistics: Visitor numbers top 2 million

U: Atomic Waterblasters settles

Integrated Technologies settles

Questionmark on master’s mastery

Mawhinney group’s fate disappears into series of stand-downs

Master dithers on propriety of Rattrays document service

National Alarms wound up

Village Interiors settles

Paisley Painting settles

Clode liquidates The Avenue Builders hours before court call

Gordon Construction settles

Adjournment for Garden Style

Northcross Dental Care hopes for sale of business

Johnson gets adjournment to sell property

Coastal Landscaping gets adjournment to settle

Ototoa Farms gets adjournment to settle

Glenwood Construction winds up

Rafiq’s Accrue folds

Americas Cup Café closes

Commercial Factors renews pursuit of Chapperal Farms

Bryerwell Consultants/Developments in liquidation

Lodge Catering winds up

Gage’s Genesis West Auckland joins Phoenix as liquidation target

Broke Hartner chases broke Parkbrook

Hot Water Response closes

Change of receiver at Ballyhoo Else

Different receiver at Terry Smith’s Nelson St Investments

Craig Jones’ Icemin/115Harris in liquidation

Campbell Kells closes St Johns in the Field

AM Homes faces liquidation

Fernyhough Compass company CCG folds

Sturdy Builders (now TGO Training) folds

DF Mainland group files liquidation

Pokere’s FF Traders gets adjournment

Parsons receiver at Baywater Finance (ex Bay Finance)

Stiassny’s Ede receiverships short-lived

East Engineering closes

Pebble Pushers in liquidation, 2002 version created same day

Petals ‘n’ Pots/Marzipan in liquidation

Lochview Garden Centre in liquidation

Margarita’s Bar closes

Copeland becomes Lowndes principal

Glaister Ennor seeks liquidation for Home
Rescue and Home Plus

Town & Country Decorators in voluntary liquidation

Qantum Group closes

Pennington Heights Development in voluntary liquidation

World property: World Trade Centre ideas

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