Grainger to take full control of BPT

August 2003
EG: Estates Gazette;8/16/2003, Issue 333, p15
Trade Publication
Deals with the acquisition of Bradford Property Trust (BPT) by Grainger Trust, a residential real estate investment company in Great Britain. Cost of the acquisition of the stake of Deutsche Bank in BPT; Impact of the acquisition on the portfolio of regulated tenancies of Grainger; Purpose of the acquisition.


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