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PUB. DATE
August 2009
SOURCE
EG: Estates Gazette;8/1/2009, Issue 930, p27
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
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Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses various issues related to the real estate sector of Great Britain. London, England mayor Boris Johnson has elected to remove himself from any decisions on Land Securities' City Forum scheme and asked his deputy, Sir Simon Milton to make the final decision on the 27-storey tower. It relates why the developers have rejected suggestions from local people to name Saint David's 2 shopping centre after "Doctor Who" spin-off television show "Torchwood." Only 36 homes over 2 million British pounds were sold in April 2009.
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