REFURB


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REFURBRefurbished
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"However, we decided we'd lose less if we went ahead with the refurb, although of course we needed to persuade the bank to come up with the pounds 2m.
"This sale gave farmers the opportunity to see a quantity of refurbs at affordable prices."
Enjoying 45pc market share and contributing 40pc of the pounds 9.3m trading surplus made in the region in 2002, North Eastern & Cumbrian Co-op's highly profitable funeral division is ploughing cash into an onrunning new-build and refurb programme for its parlours.
Before I bought the Keenan Refurb, the supply of milk always dropped right down until the cows went onto silage."
Before the refurb we had spotlights that you would imagine on a stage and were a bit dated."
DAVID and Victoria Beckham are to hang on to their pounds 18million mansion and invest in a refurb.
REFURB Stoford directors Dom Stokes and Jon Andrews at the former Birmingham Stock Exchange
The show is promoted by the Bluecoat Arts Centre, at present under wraps for a pounds 10m refurb and extension.
Having undergone a complete refurb, the property boasts a modern kitchen with integrated appliances, white cabinets and timber counter-tops, adjoining a living/dining room.