Sunday, March 20, 2011

Market Harborough for sale

Or at least a part of it may be.

Today's Sunday Telegraph reports that David Ross (owner of Nevill Holt, which is now generally accepted by literary scholars to be the model for Bonkers Hall) may be selling up the assets of his struggling Kandahar property venture.

The Telegraph says those assets include:
shopping centres and leisure assets. Its biggest properties include Jackson Square shopping centre in Bishop's Stortford, valued at £55m, and a shopping centre in David Cameron's constituency of Witney.
And as I discussed last year, they also include the St Mary's Place shopping centre in Market Harborough, as well as the two buildings in High Street which house the Subway sandwich shop and the Monsoon clothes shop.

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