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Clan Henderson

War of words

We are taken aback by the information that your agreements with the purchasers to extend the time of completion of the 24 units were verbal and by your apparent ambivalent attitude towards the completion of the sales

Lands Department, March 25

Tuesday, 6 July, 2010, 12:00am

Police part of probe into Henderson's cancelled luxury apartment sales

Police are involved in the investigation into cancelled sales of flats at a luxury Mid-Levels project that the developer said had fetched prices of up to a world-record HK$88,000 a square foot.

27 Jun 2010 - 12:00am

Henderson lists buyers at 39 Conduit Road

Scrutinised over the delayed completion of sales of 24 luxury flats at the 39 Conduit Road project in the Mid-Levels, Henderson Land Development sent the government a letter yesterday listing all the buyers and the deposits they paid for the flats.

This is Henderson's third response to the Lands Department in two weeks.

15 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

Developer goes too far with numbers game

In a city where superstition is so keenly observed, it is not surprising that the property industry has tailored developments to meet demand. The assumption is that no one wants to live on a floor that includes the unlucky Chinese number four or its Western counterpart 13, but they are willing to pay top dollar for those with the auspicious number eight.

16 Oct 2009 - 12:00am

Tiger Talk strategist Butler-Henderson dies

Former Asian strategist Alan Butler-Henderson has died.

Butler-Henderson, best known for his Tiger Talk market commentary, left ING Barings in 1997 to become an independent consultant.

A spokesman for ING Barings said yesterday that all those who had worked with Butler-Henderson were deeply saddened by his death.

6 Feb 1999 - 12:00am

Deja vu feel to this 'thriller'

If all reviews on book jackets are to be believed, this would be one of those excellent thrillers that shoot up the bestsellers lists in no time. Unfortunately, they cannot all be taken at face value.

2 May 1998 - 12:00am