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PwC ensures Dolphin Quays completion

Administrative receivers from PricewaterhouseCoopers have reached agreement with Taylor Woodrow to complete the construction of the Dolphin Quay luxury residential complex near Poole.

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Anthony Lomas, Rob Birchall and Barry Gilbertson of PwC were appointed as receivers to Poole Developments Limited and Dolphin Quay Developments Limited on 13 June this year.

The agreement with Taylor Woodrow, the original contractor, was signed on Wednesday and ensures that the development will now be completed by Easter 2004.

PwC is now in touch with all 85 of the contracted purchasers to confirm the date when their individual apartment is expected to be ready for completion, so that they can move in.

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