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Topic: Re:Re:Packhorse & Talbot Petition
Posted by: Paul Corcoran
Date/Time: 15/08/14 11:01:00

Why would Taylor Walker say they were about to sign a new lease unless they actually were? If there was any question of demolition proceeding as per the timetable on the notice wouldn't they be broadcasting the fact that they weren't going to be given a new lease to put pressure on the freeholder?

I fear you are right that the petition is a waste of time though. Conservation status seems to be the way to go but would that have the disastrous unforeseen consequence of making it more difficult to knock down the Metro Bank building?

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Packhorse & Talbot Petition14/08/14 17:24:00 Ben Milman
   Re:Packhorse & Talbot Petition14/08/14 17:37:00 John Parsons
      Packhorse & Talbot Petition14/08/14 17:47:00 John Todd
         Re:Packhorse & Talbot Petition14/08/14 18:35:00 Adam Beamish
            Re:Re:Packhorse & Talbot Petition15/08/14 11:01:00 Paul Corcoran
            :Packhorse & Talbot Petition15/08/14 11:21:00 John Todd
               Re::Packhorse & Talbot Petition15/08/14 12:32:00 Colin Jordan
                  Re:Re::Packhorse & Talbot Petition15/08/14 16:48:00 John Todd
                     Re:Re:Re::Packhorse & Talbot Petition15/08/14 21:49:00 Phil Joseph
                        Re:Re:Re:Re::Packhorse & Talbot Petition17/08/14 12:16:00 Ian Speed
                           Re:Re:Re:Re:Re::Packhorse & Talbot Petition07/09/14 17:01:00 David King

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