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A five-month sting operation ended last week with misdemeanor charges against 12 clerks filmed selling alcohol to two 19-year-old Calhoun Community College criminal justice students whom the department hired. That's better than eight years ago when a similar undercover operation found clerks at 52 of 97 stores willing to sell alcohol to underage students, he noted. The 19-year-olds provided their real identification cards when asked, police said. One clerk noted one student's upcoming birthday and sold her alcohol anyway. Read More

Chartwell Land is pleased to announce that Niall Lindsay is to be appointed to the new position of Director, Chartwell Land Shopping Centres. He will be joining Chartwell Land in February 1999. He will be based in London but will also represent Chartwell Land in Scotland. Initially appointed to the development team within Standard Life, he has been responsible since 1995 for all aspects of the investment management of Standard Life's retail portfolio, which includes a number of major shopping centres. Read More

All that customers need to do is pick the privilege web conveyancing services firm for them. The Market Street deal which was agreed by Tom Laidlaw and Richer Cross on the day before Christmas Eve was exchanged and completed in 3 weeks. MEPC plc, one of the UK's largest property investment development groups, today announces that it has won a competitive, tender to acquire Swindon's Brunel Shopping Centre, for approximately £90 million. Read More

The Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey reinforces our own conclusions, according to Malcolm Naish, During the second half of 1998, Institutions' property asset allocation was negative. Month by month, we have seen an improvement and investor allocations have turned positive for the first time since last summer. There are more buyers than sellers and owners are holding on for the upside, claims John Stephen, there is an acute shortage of deliverable investment all sectors and competition is fierce for what comes to the market.Read More

The proposed 6,968 sq m (75,000 sq ft) scheme will be the second phase of the proposed one million sq ft Cobalt Business Park in North Tyneside - one of the few remaining sites with Enterprise Zone status until the year 2006. Guy Marsden, Director of Highbridge Business Park is so confident in the burgeoning demand for call centres, particularly in the North-East, that he is accelerating the high quality facility in order that it may be completed by October this year. The building will be completed within a sophisticated envelope so that it can be internally designed to occupier demand.

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Highbridge has worked closely with Ventura in securing this second phase for the Manvers Enterprise Zone which, on completion in January 2000, is expected to create 2,000 new jobs. Enjoying Enterprise Zone status until the year 2004 the financial benefits, employment profiles and the location complement Ventura's existing interests in the north of England.

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