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    Aspen Woolf, Viewpoint Salford, manchester view, Ford Lane Salford

    Viewpoint Salford, Manchester View, Aspen Woolf, Prime Noble Properties



    Have received sales details for this 'investment' from Prime Noble Properties (new company) and Aspen Woolf, it looks a far cry from these photos - In view of the number of failed property schemes in Manchester this is what the property looks like today. I would want to see independent evidence that the proposition is sound.

    http://bit.ly/2clqERW

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    Re: Aspen Woolf, Viewpoint Salford, manchester view, Ford Lane Salford

    No action over ad claiming flats were 'waterfront' - when they weren't

    The latest round of complaints made to the Advertising Standards Authority against property firms’ ads have once again ended only with ‘informal resolution’ of the cases.
    One was against property investment company Aspen Woolf which advertised the Viewpoint apartments in Salford on its website with a claim ‘Stunning Waterfront Location’ when in fact the scheme was not on the waterfront.
    “We contacted the advertiser who corrected the heading used on their webpage” says a spokeswoman for the ASA.
    In a statement to Estate Agent Today, Aspen Woolf said: “The landing page in question was just a simple mistake that was not picked up when proofing the page. The copy ‘Stunning Waterfront Location’ was part of the page template and not removed before the landing page went live. We removed the line as soon as it was brought to our attention as we never want to mislead valued clients.”

    https://www.estateagenttoday.co.uk/breaking-news/2016/11/no-action-over-ad-claiming-flats-were-waterfront--when-they-werent

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    Re: Aspen Woolf, Viewpoint Salford, manchester view, Ford Lane Salford

    Rotherham Development linked to Dubious Investment Schemes

    Work is slow on a housing development in Rotherham town centre with development companies wound up and even linked to protests in Hong Kong by worried investors.

    Revised plans to convert the historic Howard Building into self-contained studios and apartments were approved by the planning board at Rotherham Council in 2015.

    The prominent former college building was sold prior to going to auction after it was advertised as a development opportunity and given a guide price of £250,000 by local auctioneers, Mark Jenkinson & son.

    With little evidence of the conversion into twelve, one bed apartments and 60 studio apartments at "Howard Residencies", applicants, AVRO Developments headed into insolvency, with Rotherham Council leading the petition in 2015 to have the company wound up.

    Financial documents link AVRO Developments to DS7 Limited which has acted as a lender to Absolute Living Developments, Fresh Start Living and Empirical Property, all highlighted in the media as leaving buy-to-let investors out of pocket.

    Similar schemes in Manchester, Bradford and across the North of England were sold off plan to investors with the promise of decent returns, but the work was never completed and companies were wound up and projects moved on in complex deals. In some cases where some work was carried out, tenants were left with exposed electrical wires, a leaking roof, an illegal gas connection, a car park strewn with contaminated waste and an open sewer pipe.

    The Telegraph & Argus reported this year that police in Hong Kong are conducting an international investigation into Liverpool-based Absolute Living Developments, which had been part-way through three apartment projects in Bradford when it was placed in compulsory liquidation. Overseas investors fear they have lost their money paid in deposits.

    Howard Residencies is currently being offered as an investment opportunity by Crown Union (located at a virtual office in London and shares directors with companies linked to the Howard Building and DS7 Limited). It is offered as an "Ideal purchase for investors looking at UK Buy To Let's as a way of getting onto the first rung of the property investment ladder. From dynamic apartment layouts to classic period façade and stonework surrounds, this redevelopment brings together Rotherham past and present to create a truly unique place to live for post-graduates, young professionals & key workers."

    Starter pads and 1 bed apartments are being offered at £49,950 and £69,950 with an 8% ROI per annum.

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...n-high-2919959

    http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/14908996.Investigation_into_developer__39_s_collap %20%20se_continues_as_number_of_people_alleging_de ceptio%20%20n_grows/

    http://www.thestandard.com.hk/sectio....php?id=170660

    http://dmh.plcdn.com/wp-content/uplo...howard_web.pdf


    Crown Union website

    http://www.crown-union.com/item/howard-residences/

    by Tom Austen http://www.rothbiz.co.uk/

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    Re: Aspen Woolf, Viewpoint Salford, manchester view, Ford Lane Salford

    Is this property "investment" ever going to be completed? In 2012 as Fresh Start Living Ford Halls it was going to be before the end of the year. For the last 2 years it has been going to be completed by end of 2014. Mid 2015, 2016.

    Then it was going to be the 2nd quarter of 2017 (attached) and now it is going to be 2018......?????
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    Viewpoint Salford, manchester, Ford Lane Salford, Tony Freeman, Pinnacle Alliance

    Charity conman linked to £30m property development at centre of police fraud probe

    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/sc...fraud-10187112

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    Re: Aspen Woolf, Viewpoint Salford, manchester view, Ford Lane Salford

    High Court freezes assets of businessman linked to failed Runcorn property scheme


    http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/...ssman-13843832
    Last edited by Jewfish; 11-03-2017 at 12:44 AM.

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