When Highbury House Communications, the North London-based publisher of many well-known newsstand magazines, finally limped into administration in early 2006, it had total net debts of £29.5m. Much of this had been ratcheted up by overly ambitious executives who overvalued acquisitions including Paragon Communications and underestimated the potential costs involved in launching new media products. In its terminal stage, one-time Sun editor and media hard man Kelvin Mackenizie took over the helm, allegedly sinking some £1.5m of his own money into the company. But after three months he walked away, admitting defeat. It seemed that this business was a complete 'basket case'.
Well-Established Travel Agency. Double fronted ground floor premises with quality floor, hanging lighting. 2 desks etc. Cloakroom with w.c. & wash hand basin. First floor large storage area. Good trading position, sought after Hampshire Market Town.
Learning Disability & Mental Health care home registered for 16 residents. Turnover for year ending 31/03/2021 is £431,493.
There has been a Pub / Restaurant business at these premises for many years. The current owners have run it successfully and lucratively since 2019, when after many years in the hospitality industry they achieved their dream of running their own upma...
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