Record take for Allsop

Maxwell, Estelle
November 2006
EG: Estates Gazette;11/11/2006, Issue 645, p91
Trade Publication
The article reports on the large residential lots sale by Allsop which produced outstanding results in Great Britain. The two-day residential sale broke the company's previous record set in July 2006 with a success rate of 87 percent and totals close to £65 million. All lots offered on behalf of Norwood, Morden College and the London Borough of Harrow sold, together with 19 sites in Basildon offered on behalf of national regeneration agency English Partnership.


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