Auctions works like most penny auction sites.
It's a breach of the planning regulations to sell off
our parks when there are lots of brownfield sites available.
If in another generation the Tories lie, cheat, and smarm their way into power again, I wonder what they'll sell off
next, after all they'll have flogged off everything by then, so what will it be?
Employee discount sales promotions helped the Big Three sell off
some of their inventories, but June production figures circulated by CSM Worldwide, Detroit, show the domestic automakers continuing to "institute downtime across their operations in North America.
The cabinet has agreed in principle to sell off
the land, if a high enough reserve price is reached, but first has to get permission from the government.
There is explicit language that restricts a third party using the ticket and circumventing everyone to sell off
In some cases,it may well be right for us to sell off
property at lower than market value to promote social housing in some areas.
Question marks also hang over two more hydroelectric plants: the 100-megawattt generator at Machu Picchu, originally scheduled for sell-off in April, and ElectroAndes, four linked generators that were key part of Centromin, the central Andean state mining and refining giant that was broken up to sell off
The dismantling of Capitol Publications started in late 1997 when Pearson decided to sell off
most of the company's publications, which had grown to more than 50 titles and several different divisions.
The budget is expected to include a proposal to privatize the air-traffic control system and make it wholly user-fee funded, to end subsidies for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and to sell off
at least one of the five regional power marketing authorities - holding companies of dams and other electrical power plants - which would probably generate several billion dollars.
The Resolution Trust Corporation has launched Phase II of the National Land Fund, which pools together distressed real estate assets into a series of limited partnerships between the RTC and private investors to deal with land loans and to develop or sell off
parcels of land.
IT IS disgraceful that Liverpool City Council has chosen to sell off
Sefton Park Meadows.
Luckily for us the British Government intervened as they had similar plans to sell off
their ancient woodlands.
The protesters gathered in Grizedale Forest in Cumbria to cheer speakers who condemned the Government proposals to sell off
land across England as an "absolute disgrace".
There is any amount of surplus land within the Wallsend area that could be sold off - a couple of underused car parks on High Street East spring to mind - before starting to demolish or sell off
buildings to developers.