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Timing is Everything: Lennoxtown Initiative was set-up way before approval of NHS GGC Board given in how land sale proceeds would be used.

The Lennoxtown Initiative (LI) was set-up as a charity company, company number SC221335, on the 18th July 2001 by the three amigos: NHS Greater Glasgow East Dunbartonshire Council Scottish Enterprise Dunbartonshire Why then was the land only declared surplus with the DAS letter date 9th April 2002 and permission for the scheme only sought from … Continue reading

Lennoxtown Initiative: How 3 Public Authorities tried to hide it’s operations from the public

The Lennoxtown Initiative (LI) was set-up as a charity company, company number SC221335, by 3 public bodies: NHS Greater Glasgow East Dunbartonshire Council Scottish Enterprise Dunbartonshire The question is why it was set-up differently from the Kirkintilloch Initiative (KI) which was created before the LI? The KI was set-up as a subsidiary of EDC and … Continue reading

So Willie Haughey owns Celtic Park but the question for Celtic shareholders is why?

Below is a copy of the Title GLA150218 which is Celtic Park. Amazingly it is appears it is owned by Willie Haughey and he paid £1,000 for it on 4th August 2000. Seems a low price even compared to Glasgow City Council’s usual discounting policy for land valuations given to Celtic. Who knows what contrivance … Continue reading

Margaret Margaret ‘Did Celtic tell you there was a meeting in Brussels on their EU State Aid land deals the day after the WSHA meeting?’

As we saw before, Celtic pulled Margaret Curran, Shadow Secretary State Scotland, into both of their meetings with the West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) (see previous post). The second meeting was held on 23rd October 2013. And what was happening on the 24th October 2013? According to informed sources there was meeting in Brussels … Continue reading

Glasgow City Council’s corrupt misuse of old District Valuer valuations and the RPI on land valuations

One major piece of information that came out of the the West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) land debacle is that valuations by the District Valuer (DV) are only valid for 6 months. See the last sentence in the paragraph from the WSHA minutes: Some of the valuations, including DV valuations, which were accepted by … Continue reading

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