Tag Archives: Children

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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Brighton & Hove Council Legal Action against McAleer & Rushe


In what may be more evidence of skullduggery by McAleer & Rushe (or, perhaps, further evidence that they are simply broke?), the firm is facing yet another legal action. This time by Brighton & Hove Council in what the BBC refers to as … Continue reading

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Child killed by construction site failures on Baker Street despite known risks


This could be the headline reporting on British Land‘s construction site at 2-14 Baker Street operated by McAleer & Rushe. After many months (nearly 10) of site safety failures, serious health and safety lapses and procedures necessitating interventions by Westminster City Council … Continue reading

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Trashing London Ahead of the Olympics – McAleer & Rushe F-Up Again on British Land Site


McAleer an Rushe trash their British Land Site at 2-14 Baker Street flooding Bakers Mews with filthy water. mud and noise in the early hours. But…. who cares? Another day of hell for Bakers Mews residents at the hands of McAleer … Continue reading

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Dicing with Death – 2-14 Baker Street (10 Portman Square) British Land Development


Heavy vehicular traffic in and out of the British Land 2-14 Baker Street (10 Portman Square) site, means the roadway access for residents of Bakers Mews and those passing through is very frequently blocked. But it is not just road access that’s … Continue reading

Posted in 10 Portman Square, 10 Portman Square l W1, 10portmansquare, 2-14 Baker Street, Bank of Ireland, British Land, Building Site, Child Safety, Children, Commercial Development, Construction, HSE, London, London Olympics, McAleer & Rushe, McAleer and Rushe, Mob, NAMA, Retail Development, Thug, Thuggery, Uncategorized, West End, Westminster, Westminster City Council | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments