The Editor of the Daily Ghost Writer Mark Thomas cant make up his mind. Do Dylan Harvey own Mann Island or don't they? Today's paper has an apology about the fact that they said Dylan Harvey residential was the company who owned Mann Island. It now says that it would like to make it clear that DHR, while part of the Dylan Harvey group which is involved with the sale of the Mann Island apartments, is not itself one of the developers or involved in any way. They also said that they would like to emphasise that the Mann Island project is not affected by the collapse of DHR. DO THEY OWN MANN ISLAND MR THOMAS HAVE YOU CHECKED THE LAND REGISTRY? Or do you take their word for it? The Manchester Evening News reported that the investors who have been left stranded could be swung over to Mann Island.....is that legal? Numerous warnings were posted on the Internet. http://liverpoolpreservationtrust.blogspot.com/2009/07/dylan-harvey-developers-behind-mann.html
What are the local press going on about now. Are they at our local papers now ventriloquist dummies for the business community and is it coming to Mark Thomas's last post. Today is a grand reunion of one of the Daily Posts old editors and the current one click on link for the story and see Mark Thomas being handed over to the imperial war museum by the old Post editor Walter Huntley.
So off they go with another good news story on how a crane has arrived to build the most ugly of the three sisters that we are paying with our taxpayers cash to bail out the project and Steve Parry of the arch vandals Neptune says "It is an indication the city's regeneration is continuing even in this difficult economic and commercial environment.
http://www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/liverpool-news/regional-news/2009/08/06/crane-arrival-marks-next-phase-of-work-at-mann-island-92534-24328726/ So it must be alright, they say three quarters are reserved and they said that about Chavasse Park and look what happened there they have now dropped 25% in value and initially only six sold of the 146 claimed to have been 'reserved'.
Yes we are paying through the NWDA subsidies for our world heritage site to be obliterated and thats good news.
Would you invest a spare tenner in this development next to a giant Chimney..not me.
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