Thursday, November 24, 2011

Times digs around onehydepark

The times

I feel the article speaks for itself.It says to me that developments like these are everytthing thats wrong with this country and its dysfunctional houseing bubble

Posted by taffee @ 10:46 AM (1220 views)
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4 thoughts on “Times digs around onehydepark

  • little professor says:

    Ah, the Candy brothers’ famous On Hyde Park white elephant.

    Been covered a few times before on here –
    Telegraph: One Hyde Park: The most expensive ghost town in the world?
    Mail: Two sold (to the developers)… Just 84 to go! Truth about the most hyped luxury flats in the world

    This grotesque development is a shinign example of the greed and avarice of our tax-dodging 1%ers, whom the Labour and Condem administrations seem to be so deeply in love with.

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  • you can see why some tokyo property dropped 90-99%

    seems unbelieveable,but a flat at 16-30 million could drop 90% and still be pricey…sorry lunatically priced.

    you can also see how tulips from amsterdam madness happened…all semmed so normal at the time

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  • Aren’t the same Candy Twins are responsible for the now empty blocks of flats at the former Chelsea Barracks? I pass there often and imagine what a decent, well organised and responsible group of occupy protestors and/or squatters could do with it. Bloody waste of what could be socially useful affordable housing. Prince Charles has his mits in the mess as well I believe. There are two of these blocks 5 minutes walk from Victoria Station. Opposite a Peabody or Guiness Trust estate. Ironically.

    Central London became a rich man’s plaything rather than somewhere real people can live.

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  • they also managed to sell an apartment in monaco for almost £200 million after buying it for £10 million

    obviously they have the midas touch

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