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There are 4 comments on the Chippenham People story from Jul 10, 2012, titled Truthexposed posted Find the Toxic Reports & Chippenham Road Survey Here - the.... In it, Chippenham People reports that:

FIND THE TOXIC REPORTS & Chippenham ROAD SURVEY HERE - THE BUNGALOW PHASE 2 ROWDEN LANE, BROOKLANDS, COPPICE CLOSE, ROWDEN PARK PATTERDOWN, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15, and part of Wiltshire Council Core Strategy which REDCLIFFE HOMES LTD of CHIPPING SODBURY commissioned at http://tinyurl.com/879q4go Also find the important traffic survey extract ... (more)

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Rainer financial reports

UK

#1 Jul 14, 2012
A Debt ridden Chipping Sodbury developer faces future risk of collapse, according to a financial column in a construction section of a publication yesterday. The article reported ‘Redcliffe homes, a Private limited share capital company incorporated in June 1979, which now has six directors, had historically relied on huge bank loan funding,. It commenced the 2011 fiscal year with over £3,500,000 of debts. In 2011 several legal charges were filed to cover huge loans to the company but during the first quarter of 2012, to shore up the company and its commitments, four further legal charges were filed, each to secure multimillion pounds loans with major banking corporations, including National Westminster, Barclays and HSBC.

Complaints had been received that Redcliffe homes are struggling to maintain current commitments, in a slow housing market, with suppliers and contractors remaining unpaid. When asked what had happened to the huge profits made from earlier completed contracts, and allegations that directors were taking huge profits, and using hidden accounts and overseas havens, the company refused to comment.

A spokesman for Redcliffe homes who did not wish to be named last night confirmed that the company was facing having to make drastic decisions within weeks or months and may not be able to complete many of its current or future project commitments.‘

The article spelt out a Red credit warning to the Finance and construction industry and for suppliers, contractors and investors to take steps to safeguard their position.

Redcliffe homes say they have current and future developments at Ashbury Oxfordshire - Urchfont Wiltshire - Dixton Road Monmouth, Woodlands Sherborne house gardens - Manor farm Cheltenham - Nursery gardens Bradford on Avon - Whatley's close Pewsey - Hereford road Monmouth - Milbury Meadows Exminster -Rowden park Patterdown Chippenham for 800 proposed new homes as part of the proposed Wiltshire Core strategy.

Debt ridden Redcliffe homes of Chipping Sodbury faces future collapse risk, according to a financial column in a construction section of a publication I read yesterday. The article related that ‘The Private limited share capital company incorporated in June 1979, which now has six directors, had historically relied on huge bank loan funding,. It commenced the 2011 fiscal year with over £3,500,000 of debts.

In 2011 several legal charges were filed to cover huge loans to the company but during the first quarter of 2012, to shore up the company and its commitments, four further legal charges were filed, each to secure multimillion pounds loans with major banking corporations, including National Westminster, Barclays and HSBC.

Complaints had been received that Redcliffe homes are struggling to maintain current commitments, in a slow housing market, with suppliers and contractors remaining unpaid. When asked what had happened to the huge profits made from earlier completed contracts, and allegations that directors were taking huge profits, and using hidden accounts and overseas havens, the company refused to comment.

A spokesman for Redcliffe homes who did not wish to be named last night confirmed that the company was facing having to make drastic decisions within weeks or months and may not be able to complete many of its current or future project commitments.‘

The article spelt out Red credit warning to the Finance, construction industry and for suppliers, contractors and investors to take steps to safeguard their position.

Redcliffe homes say they have current and future developments at risk at Ashbury Oxfordshire - Urchfont Wiltshire - Dixton Road Monmouth, Woodlands Sherborne house gardens - Manor farm Cheltenham - Nursery gardens Bradford on Avon - Whatley's close Pewsey - Hereford road Monmouth - Milbury Meadows Exminster -Rowden park Patterdown Chippenham for 800 proposed new homes as part of the proposed Wiltshire Core strategy.
Steve Harris

UK

#2 Jul 23, 2012
Redcliffe homes properties were a living nightmare. My mother in law purchased one of Recliffe homes houses and within a few months problems started to show. Now it needs underpinning according to a surveyor because it was built in aflood plain and the clay swells when wet and shrinks when drying out causing cracks. The surveyour said it was simply badly built and was not worth the money paid for it. Now it is so badly affected that it is worthless and the NHBC is useless and my mother in laws investment lost for good.

Anyone thinking of buying should avoid the following sitesfrom Redcliffe homes + Cheltenham, Redcliffe homes + Ashbury Oxfordshire - Redcliffe homes + Urchfont Wiltshire - Redcliffe homes + Dixton Road Monmouth, Redcliffe homes + Woodlands Sherborne house gardens - Redcliffe homes + Manor farm Cheltenham - Redcliffe homes + Nursery gardens Bradford on Avon - Redcliffe homes + Whatley's close Pewsey - Redcliffe homes + Hereford road Monmouth - Redcliffe homes + Milbury Meadows Exminster - Redcliffe homes + Rowden park Patterdown Chippenham for 800 proposed new homes as part or the Redcliffe homes + Wiltshire Core strategy proposal, should think again.

Check out the following sites, just some of may unhappy customers, and revelations which opened my eyes !

http://tinyurl.com/879q4go

http://www.chippenhampeople.co.uk/discussions...

http://www.chippenhampeople.co.uk/discussions...
http://www.chippenhampeople.co.uk/discussions...

http://www.corshampeople.co.uk/discussions/Re...

http://www.thisisgloucestershire.co.uk/discus...

http://www.topix.com/uk/chippenham

http://www.thisisgloucestershire.co.uk/discus...
A Gibson

Liverpool, UK

#3 Jun 28, 2013
Redcliffe homes Toxic sites are now being called Rowden court [formerly The Bungalow] and Rowden Manor drive [formerly The Piggery] on their website to disguise the risks in these deadly sites.

Home Buyers beware, Redcliffe have Toxic reports which they concealed, which claim there are serious risks in this area and there are press reports of serious health issues in the Rowden lane and Patterdown area.
You have been warned.
Read more at http://www.topix.com/forum/uk/chippenham/TKC2...
A Gibson

Liverpool, UK

#4 Jun 28, 2013
Check out the deadly contamination reports about Rowden Lane, Patterdown and Rowden Park Chippenham Wiltshire at the following location

http://www.hudston.me/wiltshire-council-appro ...

You have been warned.

Read more at http://www.topix.com/forum/uk/chippenham/TVEM...

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