Churchill presses M&S to release Wilkinson tower site
Wilkinson Eyre Architects' plans for a new £110 million tower in the City were in the balance this week after site owner Marks and Spencer said speculative developer Churchill Properties' 'aggressive' attempts to do a deal made no sense in planning or financial terms (AJ 20.7.00). But furious Churchill managing director David Rees said the troubled retailer would be mad to proceed with its scheme, given the slide in its fortunes, and should sell up to get the maximum value out ...
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