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Rival firms are queuing up for a delayed £25 million retail development in north London. Laing, Costain, Wates and Bowmer & Kirkland are pricing the scheme for client Enfield Retail, a joint venture between Kier Developments and ING Real Estate. Work on the project is due to begin early next year for completion in June 2005. The job was put on hold following the acquisition of original client Laing Property by Kier and Royal Bank of Scotland in April 2002.