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Hammerson plc: Interim Management Statement for the period from 1 July to 9 November 2014 (where a small part of success depends on Barnet's corrupt Brent Cross planning consent)

David Atkins,
Hammerson chief executive,

and his development pipeline

"At Victoria Gate in Leeds construction continues on our aspirational development adjacent to Victoria Quarter, Leeds' leading luxury retail destination. The £150 million development is now over a third let and we are encouraged by the interest from premium brands that have identified Victoria Gate as a key retail destination within their future store portfolio.
"Construction at our 23,800m2 French development Jeu de Paume in Beauvais is progressing well. The development north of Paris is currently 54% let by income with Swarovski announcing they will be opening a new store within the Carrefour and H&M anchored scheme.
"In Croydon, we have received confirmation on the timing of the CPO Inquiry for February 2015. Detailed designs for the 200,000m2 centre will evolve, while the land assembly process continues next year.
"At Brent Cross Cricklewood, we have a secure planning consent following the successful expiry of the Judicial Review challenge period. Consultation on the detailed designs for the first phase [which strangely didn't mention the shopping centre!] has been completed and a detailed application [based on Barnet's corrupt planning consent] will be submitted later this year, with the first phase of works starting in 2016. ['Can't wait to demolish 205 homes and only replace a third of them, before getting out. Who'd have though we could've gotten away with that little scam, eh? But it's only Barnet Council we're negotiating with, so 'nough said!']"

[The red bits are not in the Hammerson report. Shame, really.]

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