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16Aug91 UK: ENGLISH TOURIST BOARD'S FIGURES FOR JUNE 1991 SHOW CONSTRUCTION WORK ON LEISURE SCHEMES SLUMPED TO £1,800M.

Construction work on leisure schemes has slumped by more than £1,000 million in 12 months.A report by the English Tourist Board shows that the value of projects currently under construction dived from £2,900 million in June 1990 to £1,800 million 12 months later.Investment in planned new schemes fell by £151 million to £453 million. Completed projects reached a record high in the first six months of this year with schemes worth £1,200 million - including ...

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