Qatari Diar reiterates commitment to UK projects
- Qatar: Saturday, March 16 - 2013 at 03:36
Qatari Diar, the Gulf country's property investment arm, has said it is "fully committed" to completing its major projects in the UK including the Chelsea Barracks development, as the firm's chief executive in Britain steps down. John Wallace had set up the developer's London office in 2008. The developer's projects in the UIK also include the Shell Centre site JV with Canary Wharf Group.
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