Developer slammed for faulty homes handed £10m council loan to build more

Developer slammed for faulty homes handed £10m council loan to build more
 

A firm slammed for major faults in two of its previous housing developments has been handed a £10m taxpayer loan by the region’s combined authority to build a third.
The M.E.N. reported how Waterside Places had had to evacuate all the residents in its brand new Islington Wharf Mews developments earlier this year after the homes were found to breach fire safety regulations.
Meanwhile over the summer, a huge pane of glass fell 200ft from next door Islington Wharf, with residents warning it was only a ‘matter of time’ before it happened again.
But Greater Manchester Combined Authority chose at... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 42
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