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Grosvenor Estate

November 10, 2017

The Grosvenor Estate ‘front-footed’ many of the media claims made against it leading up to the Paradise Papers data leak – in the process offering an example of how family-owned enterprises can face up to reputation threats.

One of the UK’s most prominent families ‘front-footed’ many of the media claims made against it leading up to the Paradise Papers data leak – in the process offering an example of how family-owned enterprises can face up to reputation threats.

In a thorough statement on its website published on 26 October, executive trustee of the Grosvenor Estate Mark Preston, addressed many of the “inaccurate” articles. 

July 6, 2017

Britain’s wealthiest land owning family want to make “sensational again” a prime piece of London real estate larger than Trafalgar Square.

Britain’s wealthiest land owning family want to make “sensational again” a prime piece of London real estate larger than Trafalgar Square.

The principle of the day-to-day management of the Grosvenor square has been confirmed, with the handover expected in early 2018. This will see management of the square go back to the Grosvenor family who originally constructed the square in the 1720s, from the Royal Parks of London.

August 10, 2016

The Duke of Westminster, the patriarch of one of the United Kingdom’s wealthiest family businesses, has died of a heart attack.

The Duke of Westminster, the patriarch of one of the United Kingdom’s wealthiest family businesses, has died of a heart attack.

The Duke, Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor, died yesterday afternoon at Preston Royal Infirmary. He was aged 64.

He was taken there from the Abbeystead Estate in Lancashire where he had suddenly taken ill, the property group Grosvenor announced.

“His family are all aware and they ask for privacy and understanding at this very difficult time, the statement said.

November 7, 2014

A British family office has invested venture capital in a food packaging technology that extends the shelf life of foodstuffs such as fish, allowing them to be shipped rather than air freighted.

A British family office has invested venture capital in a food packaging technology that extends the shelf life of foodstuffs such as fish, allowing them to be shipped rather than air freighted.

With the $12.6 million investment, led by Wheatsheaf Investments, BluWrap will increase the varieties of meat the technology can be applied to, including pork.

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