Collapsed Mason Lord owed creditors £1.4m

Charlie Schouten

Mason Lord owed its creditors £1.4m before its collapse earlier this year, an administrators’ report has revealed, with some trade creditors owed more than £100,000 each.

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Liverpool edges towards spatial framework

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Neil Tague

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and West Lancashire Council have published a draft Strategic Housing and Employment Land Market Assessment, a key stage in putting together its Single Spatial Framework to guide development up to 2037.

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Shillaw: Airport City on the cusp

Neil Tague

As the £15m Enterprise Way link road nears its completion date in the first quarter of 2018, MAG Property is gearing up for a big year with Airport City, chief executive Lynda Shillaw has told Place North West.