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It has been said (although not by me, so not confirmation that it is true) that this builder went pop a week last Friday. The second big builder round here.

Now I have to say, IMHO, these guys build some really nice houses. I have not seen their flats, but the houses are lovely, so maybe it is a bit of a shame. This follows DGM going a couple of months ago.

http://www.cblnewhomes.co.uk/

Both builders alegedly were financed by RBS.

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It has been said (although not by me, so not confirmation that it is true) that this builder went pop a week last Friday. The second big builder round here.

Now I have to say, IMHO, these guys build some really nice houses. I have not seen their flats, but the houses are lovely, so maybe it is a bit of a shame.

The market does not speak the language of pity.

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Guest Mr Parry
It takes years to put together quality teams, days to destroy them...

This is where the real damage happens.

All those guys working together, all those company systems, all those trading partners, all that equipment and plant . . .

Doesn't just apply to the building industry. One of the reasons it can take so long to get out of a recession.

Unlikely government understands this though.

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