Intu takeover called off

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WillPS
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They are, at most, a few months away from administration.

https://www.globalcapital.com/article/b ... t-reckless

I thought it was just mad bastards like me that had ideas like this.
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Foreclosure on Lakeside, Braehead, Watford and Nottingham's Victoria Centre imminent:

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What's the likely outcome of that then? Ignoring corona
"He has to be larger than bacon"
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Out of curiosity after driving past it last night, I had a look on Intu’s website to see if the Trafford Centre was open, and it is, but only for the M&S Foodhall, Holland & Barrett and Vision Express.

Which I thought was odd.
Thought this was a nice forum, clearly not.
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Pete wrote:
Thu 30 Apr, 2020 16.14
What's the likely outcome of that then? Ignoring corona
The word 'Intu' comes off them I would imagine, in the short term.
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all new Phil wrote:
Thu 30 Apr, 2020 16.29
Out of curiosity after driving past it last night, I had a look on Intu’s website to see if the Trafford Centre was open, and it is, but only for the M&S Foodhall, Holland & Barrett and Vision Express.

Which I thought was odd.
Same situation at Brent Cross. Only Waitrose, M&S, Boots, Holland & Barrett, Halifax and Santander are open. You can still wander around a large part of the centre though to truly give yourself that post apocalyptic experience. When I went to M&S the staff seemed genuinely excited to see someone.
Good Lord!
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