Burgham Park http://burghampark.co.uk/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 12:14:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://burghampark.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Burgham Park http://burghampark.co.uk/ 32 32 Golf course sold for £ 39million to property developer https://burghampark.co.uk/golf-course-sold-for-39million-to-property-developer/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 11:49:33 +0000 https://burghampark.co.uk/golf-course-sold-for-39million-to-property-developer/

A golf course in Manchester is to be sold to a property developer for almost £ 40million and is expected to be converted into almost 700 homes.

Bellway Homes agreed to buy Brackley Golf Course for £ 39.3million on December 1, according to Manchester Evening News.

The Salford site, which has not played golf since 2016, is partly owned by Salford City Council, which will pocket £ 18.5million from the sale – the largest single capital inflow in its 47 years of operation. ‘story.

The town hall, which decided to sell the site for housing in 2018, also granted a building permit for the construction of 677 houses on the golf course in 2019.

Deputy Salford Council Director Peter Openshaw said the new homes – ranging from two-bed semi-trailers to four-bed detached homes – will have a “higher value” than originally expected.

He said: “While there is no obligation from a planning standpoint to provide affordable housing, they said they would sit down with us to see what is possible.

“This is not factored into their plans at the moment, but they are ready to speak to us without obligation. “

Salford Mayor Paul Dennett said: “It’s unfortunate that a master plan has already been granted on this, but it’s reassuring that the developer is ready to have this conversation with us on affordable housing.

“I hope we will do this to further improve all the measures you have just shared with us.

“As you know, I am one of those people who loves to have my cake and eat it.”

The local authority expects to earn over £ 1.1million per year in municipal taxes on new properties, as well as £ 4.5million from the New Homes Bonus.

The land sale agreement includes a condition that allows city council to buy back the land if Bellway does not build the homes according to plans.

The homebuilder is emerging as a true living wage employer and plans to pay all of his contractors the true living wage within three years, he says.

The development would consist of 36 apartments, 76 two-bedroom semi-detached houses and 250 three-bedroom semi-detached houses, as well as 217 three-bedroom single-family houses and 111 four-bedroom single-family houses.

Changes are to be made to the plans to allow the construction of the additional 13 housing units, but work is expected to begin on the site around the start of the new year.

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Parkland Announces Closing of its Senior Unsecured Notes Offering https://burghampark.co.uk/parkland-announces-closing-of-its-senior-unsecured-notes-offering/ Tue, 23 Nov 2021 23:48:00 +0000 https://burghampark.co.uk/parkland-announces-closing-of-its-senior-unsecured-notes-offering/

CALGARY, AB, 23 November 2021 / PRNewswire / – Parkland Corporation (“Parkland”) (TSX: PKI) today announced the closing of its previously announced private offering (the “Offer”) of $ 800 million 4.625% aggregate principal amount of Senior Unsecured Notes due 2030 (the “Notes”).

Parkland will use the net proceeds of the Offering to redeem all of the $ 300 million total principal of its 6.500% Senior Notes with a final maturity date of January 21, 2027 (the “6.5% Senior Bonds”) and to repay draws under its revolving bank credit facility (the “Revolving Credit Facility”), the balance to be used for general corporate purposes. . Amounts repaid under the revolving facility may be reused, subject to the terms of the revolving facility, for general business purposes, including acquisitions and capital expenditures.

The Notes have been offered and sold only to persons reasonably suspected of being Qualified Institutional Purchasers under Rule 144A of the US Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) and offered and sold in outside United States in accordance with Regulation S under the Securities Act. The Notes have not been registered under the Securities Act or any state securities law and, unless so registered, may not be offered or sold in United States except pursuant to an exemption or in connection with a transaction not subject to the registration requirements of the Securities Act and applicable state securities laws. This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any of these Notes, except as required by law, and there will be no offer or sale. tickets in a state or jurisdiction in which such offering, solicitation or sale would be illegal.

Forward-looking statements

Certain statements contained in this press release constitute forward-looking information and statements (collectively, “forward-looking statements”). When used in this press release, the words “may”, “be”, “will” and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. In particular, this press release contains forward-looking statements regarding the use of the proceeds of the offering, the repayment of the 6.5% Senior Notes, the repayment of amounts overdue under the Revolving Facility and the re-draw. of these amounts.

No assurance can be given that these expectations will prove to be correct and the forward-looking statements included in this press release should not be improperly relied upon. These statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipated in these forward-looking statements. See the risks and uncertainties described in “Forward-looking information” and “Risk factors” included in Parkland’s annual information form dated March 5, 2021 and in “Forward-looking Information” and “Risk Factors” in management’s discussion and analysis for the quarter ended September 30, 2021, dated November 2, 2021, which are filed on SEDAR and available on Parkland’s website at www.parkland.ca. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are expressly qualified by this cautionary statement.

About Parkland Corporation

Parkland is a leading operator of convenience stores and an independent supplier and distributor of fuels and petroleum products. Parkland serves its customers through Canada, United States, the Caribbean region and the Americas through three channels: Retail, Commercial and Wholesale. Parkland is optimizing its fuel supply across all three channels by operating and leveraging a growing portfolio of supply relationships and storage infrastructure. Parkland offers reliable, locally relevant fuel brands and convenience store offerings in the communities it serves.

Parkland creates shareholder value by focusing on its proven strategy of organic growth, realizing a sourcing advantage and prudent acquisition and successful integration. At the heart of our strategy are our people, as well as our values ​​of safety, integrity, community and respect, which are adopted throughout our organization.

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Ron Serena and Mike Phillips score in the Fall Classic https://burghampark.co.uk/ron-serena-and-mike-phillips-score-in-the-fall-classic/ Tue, 23 Nov 2021 11:31:45 +0000 https://burghampark.co.uk/ron-serena-and-mike-phillips-score-in-the-fall-classic/

Results fell for the Canyon Oaks Men’s Fall Classic and Ron Serena and Mike Phillips’ team were the big winners, taking home the biggest slice of bacon on the first flight, as well as their squad redemption bonus, with a net score of 103.4.

The format, as reported last week in the two-man tournament, was 9 alternate shot holes, 9 scrambling holes and 9 best ball holes.

The other people who got credit in the golf shop on the first flight were: 2, Logan Gough and Blake Bornand, 104.52; 3, Paul McIntosh and Eric Sargent, 104.67; 4, Matt Lucena and Frank Norton, 105.12; 5, Brian Endemano and Mario Garibotti, 105.5; 6, Blake Meester and Mike O’Donnell, 105.9.

Second flight: 1, Mike Wear and Mike Janke, 104.92; 2, Jeremy Jones and James Ratekin, 105.1; 3, John Soldate and Chris Brunemeyer, 105.45; 4, Jess Serrao and Chris Kobz, 106.45; 5, Tony Pozas and Brandon Harris, 110.55; 6, Randy Maday and Jeff Jordan, 110.8.

Canyon Oaks Women’s Golf Club hosted a three-player Turkey Trot scrambling format for their weekly game.

No. 1, Shelley Carney, Fran Wedow and Melinda Self, 62.8; 2, Cynthia Paulo, Linda Alworth and Pam Coleman, 65.7; 3, Sally Pearson, Vickie Spelts and Jakki Thomas, 66.5. Closest to pin on # 3: 1, Gina Davis; 2, Coleman; 3, Carney. Carney definitely contributed to his team’s success by getting birdies on holes 13, 17 and 18.

The Canyon Oaks Senior Men’s Club hosted a Turkey Trot, 4 player, two best balls, shamble format for their November sweep tournament.

No. 1. Alex McKenzie, Mark Block, Keith Chamberlin and George Palmer, 110; 2, Rick Barrett, Gayland Taylor, David Major and a blind draw, 120; 3, Emmett Lazaro, Jim Serrao, Tim Lehor and Mike Loofbourrow, 123. Closest winners: # 3, Marty Coil; # 6, Bob Kromer; No. 11, McKenzie; No. 14, Bob O’Sullivan.

Table Mountain Golf Course

The Table Mountain Men’s Golf Club hosted a two-man tournament, a better ball for their recent tournament. Eighty-two players participated, which required four flights.

First flight: 1, Guy Latouche and Garrett Moon, 56 years old; 2, Chuck Conner and Marcus Walberg, 57; 3, Alonzo Jones and Joey Lauer, 58. Second flight: 1, Joseph Lombardi and Hardeep Mundh, 59; 2, Peter Huru and Vince Somano, 61, licensed; 3, Stuart Avrit and Johnny Smith, 61 years old.

Third theft: 1, Dave Abercrombie and John Bailey, 60, licensed; 2, Gabe Anders and Ron Weiss, 60; 3, Robbie Olive and Wil Olive, 62; Fourth flight: 1, Jim Friese and Jacob Voris, 60, dismissed; 2, Jody Carlson and Eddie Parker, 60, laid off; 3, Robert Anderson and CJ Halterman, 60. Closest winners: Hole 2, John Fleischman; # 7, Scott branch; No. 16, Latouche.

All Table Mountain Men’s Club tournaments are Player of the Year points events and all players earn points, even just for participating.

The top five current leaders are: 1, Cal Bailey; 2, David Abercrombie; 3, Pete Huru; 4, Ron Weiss; 5, Jody Carlson.

The Table Mountain Women’s Golf Club counted even holes for their weekly outing, subtracting half a player’s handicap. Sally Stemen had a low gross on the day of the 84 shot. Liz Hofeling was under par for a 71 and a low net.

First flight: 1, Sherry Sue, 38.5; 2, Pam Weichert, 41.5; 3, Dana Blanton, 42. Second flight: 1, Christl Yates, 38; 2, Deb Lerner, 40.5, card-off; 3, Betty Horton, 40.5; Third flight: 1, Elaine Thomas, 39.5; 2, Pete Powell, 43.5; 3, Pam Eaton, 44 years old. Closest to the hairpin on n ° 3, Thomas.

Butte Creek Country Club

The Butte Creek Senior’s Men’s Club hosted a “Goodie” Net Tournament for their monthly outing.

White Start Flight: 1, Dave Smith, 70; 2, Michael Rutledge, 71; 3, Art Gausemel, 76. Combined departure flight white-blue: 1, Randy Holt, 70; 2, Bruce Whitegiver, 77.

The Butte Creek Women’s Golf Club held their annual turkey shooting tournament last week.