Medine Ltd (MSE.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Tourism sector has released it’s 2009 annual report.For more information about Medine Ltd (MSE.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Medine Ltd (MSE.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Medine Ltd (MSE.mu) 2009 annual report.Company ProfileMedine Limited is involved in the agriculture, education, property, as well as leisure and hospitality activities. Through these segments, the company plants and mills sugar cane for the production of sugar and sugarcane by-products, generates and sells electricity through bagasse, offers provision landscaping and nursery services, produces vegetables and fruits, operates poultry farming, provides nursery, pre-primary, primary school, secondary school, higher education, and executive training services. Medine Limited also deals in property development activities, rental of office and commercial buildings, and other related land transactions. In addition, the company operates Casela World of Adventures park, Tamarina golf and spa boutique hotel, sports aquatics and recreation centre, a full-fledged sports, health, and leisure complex, Yemen lodge, Yemen Pavilion, as well as offers deer ranching and hunting services. Medine Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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Justice for Renee Davis protest.On Oct. 24, 200 people marched through downtown Seattle to demand “Justice for Renee Davis and baby Massi.” The Indigenous-led march marked the fourth year since Davis of the Muckleshoot Nation was murdered by King County sheriffs on the Muckleshoot Reservation near Seattle. The multinational march demanded justice for, and honored, Indigenous and Black lives. The rally and march included drummers, dancers, canoe families and ceremony along with speakers.The murders and disappearances of Indigenous women constitute a worldwide crime perpetrated by the system of capitalist colonialism. According to the Urban Health Institute’s 2018 report, there were 5,718 reports of missing U.S. and Alaskan Native women and girls in 2016. Rally leader Roxanne White pointed out that Seattle has the highest rate of this anti-Indigenous violence in the U.S.Donney Stevenson, Vice-Chair of the Muckleshoot Tribe, told the crowd, “No longer is it okay for our people to be marginalized. We come from a culture of warriors. We are standing up to say enough is enough!” Katrina Johnson spoke in strong solidarity with Renee Davis. Cops murdered her cousin Charleena Lyles, a Black mother of three children. (tinyurl.com/y39tmrlp)Davis, a mother of three daughters, was murdered by the cops while pregnant with her child Massi. The county cops were asked to do a wellness check on Davis at her house. But the cops, Timothy Lewis and Nicholas Pritchett, burst into Davis’ house and shot her numerous times while she was lying in bed. (tinyurl.com/y2gh6uje) This is exactly what racist cops did to Breonna Taylor, a Black health care worker, in Louisville, Ky.Renee Davis, who was learning the Coastal Salish language, was honored as a mother, a cultural advocate, a hunter and a fisher. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ By News Highland – April 28, 2014 WhatsApp Donegal County Council has had it’s last meeting before next months local elections.Voting will take place in the local elections on May 22nd.The county house in Lifford was packed out today as dozens of candidates handed in their nomination papers.Verteran Cllr David Alcorn will not run in the elections, and today could be his last ever County Council meeting, but he isn’t ruling out a return to politics in the future:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/alcorn.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Google+ Pinterest News Pinterest Twitter Previous articleDonegal County Council told finances are secure for the next yearNext articleA5 public consultation to get under way tomorrow News Highland Donegal County Council has had it’s last meeting before next months local elections WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook
Tags Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Email Address* Share via Shortlink Evictionsforeclosures Message* Full Name* Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava (Getty, iStock)Miami-Dade County resumed executing writs of possessions for residential eviction cases filed before the pandemic, following an unannounced month-long break.The police execute writs of possession, evicting residents or businesses from their properties. The move follows a final judgment in a court case.Homeowners with federally backed mortgages are protected from eviction until at least March 31, per a federal moratorium from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.On Nov. 13, former Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez directed the police department to begin enforcing writs of possession for all cases filed on or before March 12, when the mayor declared a state of emergency. The policy continued under incumbent Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, who took office days after Gimenez’s order.But by early February, Miami-Dade Police paused the service of writs of possession as the mayor’s office looked to clarify the policy, according to a spokesperson. That temporary change in policy was not announced in writing. The break ended on Thursday, the spokesperson confirmed.In a court filing dated Feb. 2 for a foreclosure case dating back to 2015, the lender cited an “oral directive” from the mayor that led to the police refusing to execute a writ of possession. That residential borrower, who was foreclosed on, was evicted on Thursday, according to her attorney, David Winker.In a memo issued on Thursday, the mayor re-stated her policy on evictions. Miami-Dade Police will also remove non-tenants who are identified as squatters.Earlier this month, the Miami-Dade County Commission approved Levine Cava’s $60 million relief program for residential landlords with pending writs of possession for tenants facing eviction. The program offers landlords back rent of up to $3,000 per month. At that press conference, Michael Liu, Miami-Dade’s public housing director, said the courts had issued up to 1,700 writs of possession which would be prioritized.According to Miami-Dade Police, the department executed two commercial and nine residential writs of possession on Thursday. From Nov. 12 until Thursday, 324 writs of possession have been executed.Contact Katherine Kallergis
Home » News » Land & New Homes » RIBA House of the Year: Murphy House previous nextLand & New HomesRIBA House of the Year: Murphy HouseThe Negotiator21st January 20170944 Views The RIBA House of the Year has been awarded to the best new house designed by the British architect Richard Murphy.Making the award even more special for Richard, this is in fact his own house in Edinburgh. It is, says RIBA, “A delightful essay in architecture. It speaks to its context with direct references to the Georgian terraces, and with a clever change of scale that is at once deferential and powerfully striking in the street.“It makes great use of a small site, creating a delightful private outdoor space on the first floor, with light brought in through the roof, and a seemingly endless number of surprising spaces.“It is a house that responds to the Scottish climate, opening up to the summer sun and then shutting itself down to create a snug refuge in the depth of winter. Sliding doors pull out of walls and roof shutters drop into place transforming the house from a light-filled space open to the exterior terrace.“It does all this with wit and style, in an architecture that Murphy has honed over the years to make distinct and personal.“It feels an intense and personal space, playful and inventive, each corner revealing something new.Full of references to his architectural heroes, Murphy has described his house as “a quarter Soane, a quarter Scarpa, a quarter eco-house and a quarter Wallace and Gromit, the latter referring to the various ingenious devices in the house.”The Hickling Broad Estate hits the marketKnight Frank and Brown & Co have launched one of the most significant parts of the Norfolk Broads to the market at a guide price of £2.3million.The Hickling Broad Estate is part of a world-renowned nature and conservation reserve, and spans about 654.73 acres, comprising extensive wetland, a let amenity and a commercial portfolio.The Hickling Broad Estate presents a very rare and exciting investment opportunity. The Broad is designated as a National Nature Reserve (NNR), a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), and a Special Protection Area (SPA) as well as being a Ramsar site.George Bramley, Partner at Knight Frank, said, “The owners have pursued a conservative and traditional policy of management, and have retained the charm which makes Hickling Broad such a unique place. I expect the estate to appeal to international and UK buyers, and generate interest from private individuals, the leisure and tourism industry and conservation bodies.”Anne Barker, Partner at Brown & Co, said, “The estate has been in the same family ownership since the early 19th century. The scope to build on the leisure and tourism potential whilst enjoying the exceptional wildlife and conservation attributes make it a truly exciting prospect.”The estate includes the focal point Broad area, spanning 588.69 acres of water, reed bed, wetland and marsh, grassland, fen and woodland and the let commercial portfolio, producing an income of £50,000 per year, along with a boatyard; thatched two-bedroom cottage; 16 boathouses; moorings; the Hickling Windsurfing Beach and four holiday lodges.St Helens’ store RedevelopmentMerseyside based Luxor Group has purchased one of St Helens’ most iconic buildings, which once housed the independent department store Tyrers.The developers have exciting plans for the five-storey building on Bridge Street, which include creating a sustainable mixed use scheme with housing and retail space.Luxor Group will be investing over £1 million to renovate the building to a high standard and bring the empty building back in to use.The exterior façade and features will be retained, with the developers revamping the rear of the building and adding decorative exterior lighting.The 15,000 sq. ft. building will be converted in to a mixture of one and two-bedroom luxury apartments on the upper floors while the famous basement and ground floor retail space will be retained, with Luxor already looking in to potential retailers that could benefit the town centre.The conversion of the building to create one and two-bedroom luxury apartments will aim to address the shortage of such accommodation in St Helens.Paul NicholsonPaul Nicholson, Managing Director of Luxor Group says: “We are very proud to have an opportunity to save such an iconic building with so much heritage.“Tyrers was an institution to the people of Merseyside and we are excited to bring the building back to life by creating functional living space and attracting a Grade A tenant for the retail space.”SDL Bigwood wins 205 Holland Park Avenue contractSDL Bigwood has won the management contract for new apartments at one of London’s most upmarket addresses.The 205 Holland Park Avenue development by Redrow is in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and offers a selection of two and three-bedroom homes, with prices up to £1.8m.41 are for private ownership, nine are affordable apartments and commercial units make up the ground floor.SDL Bigwood provides a full on-site management for all maintenance work, as well as a concierge service to residents.Brett Williams, Executive Partner at SDL Bigwood, said, “We have worked alongside the team at Redrow for a number of years to help develop the service offered to residents, as well as the management plan, forming a close relationship with Redrow as a strategic business partner. It’s great to be in a position to now be able to put that management plan into action.“205 Holland Park Avenue is exemplary on every level. This is a collection of exceptionally spacious homes in a striking building, with a number of high-tech innovations, including a vehicle turntable, CCTV and comfort cooling. The development also has its share of environmentally friendly provisions. As part of our team’s role, we’re responsible for the central heating system and making sure it runs efficiently to keep energy bills low.”Kier Living’s Yorkshire developmentKier Living has secured planning approval to build 150 new houses in Fryston, near Castleford. The new development, off Wheldon Road, is to offer a range of two, three, four and five bedroom homes adjacent to the River Aire and opposite the RSPB reserve at Fairburn Ings.The former colliery site, where Fryston Hall once stood, was earmarked for development as part of the Castleford Growth Delivery Plan and was remediated for housing provisions by the Homes and Communities Agency. Kier Living subsequently acquired the site from Wakefield Council via the Delivery Partner Panel 2 framework which is designed to accelerate delivery of residential led development.Since then Kier Livng has developed plans to provide an attractive scheme in keeping with the village environment.David Mackintosh, Sales and Marketing Director, said, “We are delighted to receive planning approval for this development, which is designed to enhance the existing village with a range of well-presented family homes.“Riverbank Meadows offers an attractive setting, on the banks of the river, with no through traffic and direct access to a wonderful area preserved for nature lovers and leisure pursuits.74 luxury homes in Alderley ParkPH Homes has submitted detailed plans for its latest project – creating an exclusive residential enclave in the beautiful grounds of Alderley Park, the former Cheshire headquarters of AstraZeneca.The plan comprises 74 new homes in detached, semidetached and mews styles, alongside sport and leisure facilities, a gastro pub, boutique hotel and farm shop.PH Homes has engaged internationally acclaimed architect Robert Adam, Director at Adam Architecture to design the properties.Each of the house types has been created to complement the historic surroundings, with the original listed walled garden, arboretum, water garden and serpentine at the Park providing a spectacular backdrop.Robert Adam aid, “We believe that we have created an outstanding scheme with an architecture that will do justice to these exceptional surroundings.”Philip Hughes, Managing Director of PH Homes added, “Alderley Park is a truly stunning location with a rich history, and we can promise buyers that this will be an incredible place to live.”Government fails on affordabilityJust 4 per cent of ‘affordable’ properties, (below the stamp duty threshold of £125,000 between January and September 2016) were new build homes, research by My Home Move has found – suggesting that the Government is falling short of its own targets.Doug CrawfordDoug Crawford, CEO of My Home Move, said, “In its Autumn Statement the Government renewed its pledge to build more homes across the UK, with a particular emphasis on 40,000 additional ‘affordable’ homes. Our research shows that two in three people believe affordable housing should cost less than £120,000. The largest proportion of ‘affordable’ new homes have been built across Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and the West Midlands; however, in Berkshire, Herefordshire, Surrey and London, the picture is grim. Across the four regions only 1,544 properties were sold for less than £125,000, of which just 57, were newly built.”My Home Move discovered that the majority of homes bought in the UK for less than £125,000 are terraced houses or flats. Durham, South Yorkshire and Merseyside had the highest proportion of ‘affordable’ homes sold during the survey period, accounting for on an average of one in two transactions.Legal & General £1 billion fundLegal & General Investment Management Real Assets (LGIM Real Assets) has raised a further £170 million of equity investment from major institutions, including a significant commitment from a client of Aon Hewitt, for an open-ended Build to Rent (BTR) fund. The new fund will open up the rental market to long-term pension and institutional investors, and sits alongside £600 million of investment by Legal & General Capital and PGGM in 2016.LGIM Real Assets’ total investment capability for BTR now stands at circa £1 billion. Since the launch of the LGIM Real Assets BTR platform, it has secured over a 1000 homes under construction or in planning within Bristol, Salford and Walthamstow, and has a pipeline of future projects, including Birmingham, Leeds and London.Mike Barrie, Director of Fund Management said, “It is pleasing to attract such significant investment into our BTR platform. We have a housing crisis and only with institutional funding can we deliver the new homes the country needs. We have 1000 new homes either in planning or under construction.Kier Living’s Yorkshire development Legal & General £1billion fund land and new homes 205 Holland Park Avenue Alderley Park luxury omes RIBA House of the Year SDL Bigwood St Helens’ store redevelopment The Hickling Broad Estate Doug Crawford January 21, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. 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Home » News » Jeremy Corbyn locks horns with Strutt & Parker over “ridiculous” first time buyer research previous nextJeremy Corbyn locks horns with Strutt & Parker over “ridiculous” first time buyer researchSpeaking at regional conference over the weekend, the Labour leader said suggesting challenges of housing market should not be boiled down into buying cappuccinos or not.Nigel Lewis20th November 201701,145 Views Two of the unlikeliest political sparring partners locked horns over the weekend – agent Strutt & Parker and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.Commenting on Strutt & Parker’s press campaign last week that suggested first time buying couples could save up the average UK deposit of £33,000 over five years by cutting out six things from their lives, Corbyn said “we have a housing crisis that needs to be addressed, to reduce the whole thing to people drinking cappuccino…is frankly ridiculous”Items of expenditure that Strutt & Parker suggested first time buyers should cut out included on-the-go coffees (£6,248), gym membership (£5,500), mini breaks (£3,500), takeaways (£13,200), playing the lottery (£4,160) and mobile phone upgrades (£770).Out of kilterSpeaking at a Labour regional meeting in Huntingdon, Cambridge (pictured, right) over the weekend Jeremy Corbyn told the Press Association that “the idea you can conflate the price of sandwiches to the extortions of the housing market is slightly out of kilter here”, he said.“We have a lot of young people who work really hard, have to rent in the private rented sector, and are spending half, even more, of their take home pay on rent, cannot save to buy, [are] never going to be able to access social housing unless they become incredibly needy.“So, they have a life ahead of them in which they are going to pay far more for their housing than any previous generation did.”Corbyn went on to say that the current problems with affordability in the housing market were down to the “unregulated” housing market and that Labour was “committed” to more house building and regulation.But the Labour party leader’s reference to sandwiches is a little wide of the mark. Reports about the Strutt & Parker research have mentioned sandwiches several times, even though the company’s own material only says ‘takeaways’, by which it meant pizzas and Indians, rather than lunchtime food.Jeremy Corbyn Strutt & Parker first-time buyers November 20, 2017Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
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