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    Unhappy David McLean Group

    Housebuilder David McLean placed in administration
    Oct 27 2008
    By Bill Gleeson

    HOUSEBUILDER David McLean Group went into administration this morning putting the future of two major Liverpool projects into doubt.


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    Construction company David McLean Group goes into administration
    Oct 27 2008
    Mary Murtagh, Liverpool Echo

    CONSTRUCTION company David McLean Group has gone into administration.

    The firm, which is one of the UK?s biggest developers, built apartments at Kings Dock and was due to build 600 homes in Gillmoss before pulling out of the scheme earlier this year.

    The multi-million pound company was involved in several regeneration schemes in Liverpool, including the East Village housing and leisure development in Duke Street and the initial regeneration of Princes Dock.

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    Just heard it said on the Granada News that this could lead to a significant delay in the development of the Garden Festival site.

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    Here are some of the projects they were undertaking including the Municipal Annexe:

    http://www.library.liverpool.gov.uk/...ean_group.html





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    It's scary that the "Credit Crunch" is already having an effect on big companies resulting in them going into administration. I feel so sorry for the people who are going to lose their jobs and wonder who'll be next.

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    Threat to Kings Dock at David McLean folds
    Oct 28 2008
    Alistair Houghton

    PLANS to build hundreds of apartments at Kings Waterfront, in Liverpool, are in jeopardy after housebuilder David McLean collapsed into administration yesterday.

    McLean, one of the region?s best-known construction and property developers, had planned to build 429 apartments on a site next to the new Echo Arena and BT Convention Centre as part of the massive redevelopment of the Kings Waterfront area.

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    David McLean collapse: Festival site latest
    Oct 28 2008
    by Neil Hodgson, Liverpool Echo

    A DEVELOPER has promised a ?250m housing scheme on Liverpool?s former Garden Festival site will go ahead despite the collapse of a construction company.

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