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PostSubject: Re: Bretonside Vs Brentonside (topics Merged)   Sat Dec 17, 2016 6:51 am

Some may have been following a few spats of mine on Freechat recently nothing major at all but naturally all over Brent as always but the amount still up his backside is alarmingly high now that Hallett has joined the action.
My own Aunty (not joking) gives me some stick on there but when you press the nuclear option and remind them that a year ago Brent "had not given any thought" to Ground purchase whilst at the very same time enticing Hallett on board to do exactly that, they all go incredibly quiet.....

As Tringreen says they will be condemned over time for being so blind to the shyster and his new besty mate Hallett and his facelift.

Brent would do well to watch a properly funded project like Bretonside to learn how its done. He's like fish out of water away from the Banking world not that he was much cop there it would appear
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PostSubject: Re: Bretonside Vs Brentonside (topics Merged)   Sat Dec 17, 2016 10:13 am

To see the real Brent, one can always sign up and read some of these articles when he was proudly penning investment advice to the global capital creeps

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One of the articles is described as:-

"Never mind the infrastructure, feel the land value".
No wonder he never paid any real attention to the access roads to his Higher home park nonsense. Chucked together over coffee. It's all about safe havens and squatting low when the wind blows. Should call Home Park Brenthaven, as most of his plethora of companies and usernames are holed up there. At anchor, not doing a whole lot. Not even making steam.

And for those who have forgotten, this is his interview in the same Property Week publication regarding his purchase of the football club:-

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I particularly like this quote of his

the property squire wrote:
It became clear to me in summer 2007 that the market was going to go through a correction and that it would be a good time to leave.

The master of understatement as the worst manipulated money binge in history was about to unfold ( and still yet to unfold properly ) Nothing like leaving the bridge and the passengers to their fate as the ship crashes into the rocks. That's his history.
He will think nothing of pulling the plug at Argyle, but making sure he's well clear and bouyant before he does. Maybe Hallett is part of the start of the exit strategy. Here you are Simon, take the wheel, I'm going for a fag.
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PostSubject: Re: Bretonside Vs Brentonside (topics Merged)   Sat Dec 17, 2016 1:14 pm

Because clicks. These days the local stick up any old shite as long as someone clicks the link

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PostSubject: Re: Bretonside Vs Brentonside (topics Merged)   Sat Dec 17, 2016 1:19 pm

Excellent news for plymouth residents, a developer that actually develops!
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PostSubject: Re: Bretonside Vs Brentonside (topics Merged)   Sat Dec 17, 2016 10:45 pm

SFD wrote a rather good piece on how close Brent came to utter ruination

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PostSubject: Re: Bretonside Vs Brentonside (topics Merged)   Sat Dec 17, 2016 11:43 pm

Hugh Watt wrote:
I thought you would appreciate this dribble written by Webb 2 years ago yesterday.

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Highlights
- Adding an additional 1,488 in capacity will allow us to dream the dream
- a 7 berth bus station belongs in a village,
- If we don't back an shit development shoehorned into a suburban park
a) All of our kids will grow up wanting Man U or Chelsea shirts
b) We must be Exeter fans
- The future of the Vue complex is of utmost importance
- Without the grandstand Chris Webb cannot love the club.

Its so bad its funny

What a prat.
Trying to rewrite history.
Brent had ample time and all the relevant permissions to kick hhp off long before Bretonside was even conceived.

But he didn't.

I think that's called tough shit isn't it.

Even without Bretonside it is extremely unlikely Brent / akkeron would have built so much as an outside crapper at hhp if his other developments are anything to go by. Which of course, they are.


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PostSubject: Re: Bretonside Vs Brentonside (topics Merged)   Tue Jul 18, 2017 9:46 am

The £40million Bretonside multiplex will have fewer restaurants but more cinema seats – and an astonishing new look – if revised plans are approved.

British Land Ltd, the huge property company behind the ambitious scheme, has changed its mind on how the development will look and drawn up exciting images showing a building with landscaped public space among the street level restaurants, with the cinema above, and all topped with a "sky bar".

It has published a series of new breathtaking new images in its latest planning documents - which reveal the identity of two restaurants apparently signed up to the project.

The image below clearly shows a branch of popular pizza-pasta chain Zizzi - which would be the first in Plymouth. The closest is rival chain Prezzo in Royal William Yard.

British Land also wants to bring the cinema down on to one level, but retain all 12 screens, including an IMAX.

And the company is asking Plymouth City Council to allow it to squeeze more seats into the building.

British Land, which also owns Drake Circus Shopping Centre, neighbouring the proposed-multiplex site, also wants permission to reduce the number of restaurants in the development from 16 to 14, but increase the size of some of them.

British Land received planning permission for the huge leisure complex in April 2015.

In a document supporting its new application, Drake Circus Leisure Ltd, the company set up by British Land to drive through the multiplex project, said the changes were being asked for following a successful tender process, to find a development partner that will construct the building.

The company said that: "Uses remain unchanged while floor space has decreased marginally due mainly to the revised cinema now being on one single level."


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PostSubject: Re: Bretonside Vs Brentonside (topics Merged)   Tue Jul 18, 2017 5:35 pm

Tgwu wrote:
The £40million Bretonside multiplex will have fewer restaurants but more cinema seats – and an astonishing new look – if revised plans are approved.

British Land Ltd, the huge property company behind the ambitious scheme, has changed its mind on how the development will look and drawn up exciting images showing a building with landscaped public space among the street level restaurants, with the cinema above, and all topped with a "sky bar".

It has published a series of new breathtaking new images in its latest planning documents - which reveal the identity of two restaurants apparently signed up to the project.

The image below clearly shows a branch of popular pizza-pasta chain Zizzi - which would be the first in Plymouth. The closest is rival chain Prezzo in Royal William Yard.

British Land also wants to bring the cinema down on to one level, but retain all 12 screens, including an IMAX.

And the company is asking Plymouth City Council to allow it to squeeze more seats into the building.

British Land, which also owns Drake Circus Shopping Centre, neighbouring the proposed-multiplex site, also wants permission to reduce the number of restaurants in the development from 16 to 14, but increase the size of some of them.

British Land received planning permission for the huge leisure complex in April 2015.

In a document supporting its new application, Drake Circus Leisure Ltd, the company set up by British Land to drive through the multiplex project, said the changes were being asked for following a successful tender process, to find a development partner that will construct the building.

The company said that: "Uses remain unchanged while floor space has decreased marginally due mainly to the revised cinema now being on one single level."


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Looks like good news for Plymouth, a developer with a track record for developing!!!
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