Hitting the fan
There’s a cracking ding-dong brewing up down under. In one corner is ‘the violated’ – Australia’s god Glenn Murcutt. In the other is New Zealander Mark Banning-Taylor – developer behind the multi-million dollar Moonlight Head luxury villa and eco-hotel scheme. The project has not gone well. Technically it's Murcutt’s largest ever project since setting up in 1969. However Mr M is trying to disassociate himself from the scheme, claiming the final product ...
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