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We are now officially The Friends of London Road Fire Station Trust and will be running events over 2013 to raise awareness for this At Risk Icon, for a live music fundraising event, architecture and vision competition, art, photography and history exhibition as well as workshops and an artisan market. Keep checking our website and the press for details and please become a member, Friend, leader and volunteer!
MP Eric Pickles rejects CPO of building after 26 years of Britannia's inaction and neglect.
English Heritage expresses anger at being a partner with company and realising the plans will not come to fruition anytime soon. Such frustration is mirrored by the council, the public and the incredulity that promises could be made and broken so easily. http://goo.gl/9Jfgi (Manchester Confidential)
This article expresses how important this landmark is in terms of English Heritage, how unique it is as a building and the need for its preservation.
This article describes how, after 26 years of inaction and neglect and seemingly another broken promise, Manchester City Council faces the legal costs for the CPO. In this time of austerity and with no action proposed for the 'forseeable' future, this seems especially shocking.
This is a GLOBAL STORY the world is watching! This article displays incredulity in the inaction also in The Financial, a global magazine. This also describes the infamous details of the change of heart after the CPO http://goo.gl/fJbga
In this recent article about the CEO and Brtiannia's desire to sue a solicitor firm that did not tell Alex Langsam about a tax haven & loophole 'soon enough', the judge said this claim was "highly unsual, if not unprecedented" especially for "an astute businessman". Alex Langsam lost his case and his claim for more capital from a tax haven in an Austrian address. http://goo.gl/wNR8L
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