May 2006
EG: Estates Gazette;5/6/2006, Issue 619, p184
Trade Publication
The article provides information on several issues related to the real estate industry in Great Britain featured in the "Estates Gazette" from May 1906 to May 1996. Castlemore Securities was selected to develop the Fosse Plaza near the Fosse Park in Leicester, England. Trust Securities Holdings sold its WW Drinkwater to Maybank Enterprises. The headquarters of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in Westminster was chosen to host an exhibition showing the history of the state on May 20, 1981.


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