Wednesday, December 10, 2014

UAE group buys police headquarters in London, compared to £ 370 million

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Declared Mayor of London Boris Johnson, on Tuesday, for the sale of "Scotland Yard" police headquarters in London to set Emirati versus 370 million pounds. And pushed the Abu Dhabi Financial Group more than $ 120 million pounds for the first presentation, which is three times more than the price fixed for the original building in 2008. He revealed the Mayor of London, in a press statement, that the building, which is located near St. James's Park Station in the heart of London, will become a residential building may be used part of it to convert it into offices or a hotel. I tried ten global groups to win the deal, but the Abu Dhabi Financial Group overtook everyone, won the deal. Johnson said that the proceeds from the sale of the building will be used to provide police tablet devices, smart phones, cameras own, will be used as a small part of the funds to view a collection of rare pieces relating owned police crimes in a special museum. Police move to new headquarters, "Curtis Green" in Victoria Ambankment area, which will provide the police six million pounds a year operating expenses. The subject of the new headquarters of the renewal process at a cost of 58 million pounds. He described the Mayor of London, the new building "very surprising and wonderful," and said that "the Metropolitan Police has a unique place in history, and you need to suit its future headquarters, but police budgets under great pressure."

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