Category Archives: NAMA Wine Lake

Westminster City Council Bends the Rules for British Land – Who says Graft is Dead?


Park without paying in Westminster, even for a few minutes, means instant fines and worse. At least if you are Joe Bloggs. Step out of line on planning regulations in Westminster and wham – BIG BIG trouble. Block a whole road … Continue reading

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McAleer & Rushe Group: Asleep on the Job – or are Liabilities Forcing an End Game?


One can only wonder what’s going on at McAleer & Rushe Group when these two images are viewed side by side – and coupled with the fact that, according to records at Companies House, McAleer & Rushe Group accounts are now … Continue reading

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World War III Hits Westminster at 10 Portman Square


Many years ago pigs roamed what is now modern Marylebone. This image might be mistaken for a still surviving pig stye. But this is a British Land site under the proud stewardship of McAleer & Rushe. In fact, it might … Continue reading

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Plundering Ireland? – Disposing NAMA Assets at 50%+ Below Value – McAleer & Rushe, British Land, Bank of Ireland and NAMA


Image via Wikipedia 2-14 Baker Street | 10 Portman Square There has been much discussion in the media and among individuals about the disposal of NAMA assets at below and at substantially below market value. Is such discussion just speculation or … Continue reading

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