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English Partnerships is bearing up to £3.4 million towards land acquisition and will eventually own the entire site. The over station development is forecast to cost £15-£20 million.
Gareth Blacker, Senior Development Manager at English Partnerships. commented: "We remain fully committed to working in partnership with Centros and their design team, the London Borough of Greenwich and the consortium - City Greenwich Lewisham Rail Link - to deliver a scheme that demonstrates a high quality of urban design,
good environmental standards and appropriate land uses that will reflect the location of the site and its context within Greenwich close to the Cutty Sark"
We are currently on schedule with our programme and will be seeking to start on site in the summer of 1998", says John Wheeler, a director of Centros Miller. Tops Estates PLC, the specialist investor in Town Centre shopping centres, is pleased to announce that, following recent lettings to J.D. Sports and Peacock Stores at The Ladysmith Centre, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, Internacionale,