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Housebuilder Mcinerny Goes Under

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Northern housebuilder McInerny Homes has gone into administration following a long fight to re-finance through the recession.

Administrators KPMG were appointed yesterday at seven companies within the Irish-owned builder, which turned over just £39.8m in 2009, a huge drop from the height of the boom.

Read more: http://www.building.co.uk/news/breaking-news/housebuilder-mcinerny-goes-under/5016213.article#ixzz1IfxGLh00

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ttp://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2011/0405/breaking35.html

The Wigan-based house-builder has offices in Durham, Leeds, Wolverhampton and Northampton and has a number of development sites around the North East, North West, Midlands and Yorkshire.

The appointment was made at the request of the company directors, and includes McInerney Group Limited; McInerney Homes Limited; Alexander Developments (North East) Limited; Lancing Homes Limited; Gold Homes (The Wave) Limited; William Hargreaves Limited and Bowey Homes Limited.

The seven firms employ 161 people, with 14 people within William Hargreaves made redundant following the administrators’ appointment.

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