Police say the investigation is still underway and it is unknown if there are more suspects. ONEONTA, N.Y. (WBNG) — The New York State Police Department arrested one person as part of an investigation into multiple vehicular larcenies on Sept 14. They were released on appearance tickets but were found on surveillance cameras taking from vehicles on East Street on Sept. 15. Details regarding if they were arrested again were not released. Troopers responded to a report of a theft in progress on South Side Drive in Oneonta around 1:30 a.m. The arrested individual was found to be in possession of coins that were taken from vehicles. In a news release, police said one homeless person has been charged with petit larceny, criminal possession of stolen property in the 5th degree and criminal trespass in the 3rd degree.
The build-to-rent approach differs from a number of high-profile residential developments in London that are being sold unit-by-unit to private buyers.Robert-Jan Foortse, head of European property investments at APG, said the joint venture would create “a scalable, branded residential-rental platform” that would “fill a need in the undersupplied London residential market”.He added: “APG is focused on increasing its residential exposure in Europe, particularly in key cities such as London, given its expected population growth.”Delancey employed a similar approach for the East Village residential development near London’s Olympic Stadium, establishing rental management company Get Living London with joint-venture partner Qatari Diar.The developer has already acquired Tribeca Square, another residential development close to the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, and intends to create a new ‘South Village’ district through the redevelopment of both sites.The previous owners of the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, St Modwen and Salhia Real Estate Company, had originally planned to redevelop the property while retaining its existing structure, but Southwark Council have made it clear it wants a full demolition.Bill Oliver, chief executive at St Modwen, said the owners had “looked forward to redeveloping the centre to drive a wider-scale regeneration of the area”.He added: “However, both St Modwen and Salhia believe the price offered fully reflects the potential of the scheme and provides certainty of exit, while crystallising a significant profit for our shareholders.”Councillor Fiona Colley said: “I welcome Delancey and APG’s purchase of the shopping centre and very much look forward to working with them on our plans to provide a destination town centre.“We have already publicly expressed our requirement for full demolition for this to happen and spoken about our aspirations for better pedestrian access to the stations and new market square and park.” APG plans to increase its exposure to the London residential market by redeveloping a shopping centre in the south of the city with Delancey.The Dutch pension asset manager and UK property developer have entered into a joint venture to acquire the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre for £80m (€97m) and plan to replace it with homes for rent.APG and Delancey will build 600 residential units and let them directly to tenants as a part of a wider regeneration of the Elephant & Castle area, situated close to central London.Delancey said the homes would be “offered for rent rather than for sale … direct to residents, with no fees, a choice of one, two and three-year tenancies and transparent rental pricing”.
Mesut Ozil has refused to take a 12.5 percent pay cut at Arsenal. Mesut Ozil’s agent has urged Premier League stars to reject the pay cut The midfielder, 31, is the highest-paid player at the Emirates on a whopping £350,000-per-week. Arsenal confirmed on Monday that the first-team squad and Mikel Arteta will take a cut due to the coronavirus outbreak. But Ozil has not accepted the agreement as he did not want to rush into a decision. Ozil’s wages work out at £18.2m a year, which means his income will fall by £2.3m. Arsenal are likely to continue talks are set to continue with Ozil. The German is one of three stars who have decided against taking the pay cut. It is understood that Ozil wants to see the financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic before he parts with his wages. He has made it clear he may be willing to do it in the future and has respect for the decisions made by his team-mates. It is thought the former Real Madrid star is open to deferring even more than the 12.5 per cent pay cut that has been agreed. Loading… Ozil’s agent Dr Erkut Sogut refused to comment after calling for Premier League stars to not accept the pay cut. He said: “I wouldn’t recommend agreeing a cut today because I don’t know tomorrow if the league will be played, if clubs will get TV and sponsorship money. “What the exact financial impact is on the clubs, we can see three to six months later – but we can’t see it today. “Deferral is an option but not to agree a cut today when the clubs may still make the same profit as last year. “When politicians tell players to do their part, it’s a distraction because they can’t even protect NHS staff. “It’s east to target these ‘greedy’ Premier League players – but many players do so much for charity.” According to reports, Arsenal will repay the 12.5 per cent losses back to the players in full if they qualify for the Champions League in the next two seasons. But will be hit by the full 12.5 per cent if they do not qualify for Europe. The club statement said: “We are pleased to announce that we have reached a voluntary agreement with our first-team players, head coach and core coaching staff to help support the club at this critical time. read also:Iwobi: Ozil is wrongly portrayed in the media “The move follows positive and constructive discussions. In these conversations there has been a clear appreciation of the gravity of the current situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and a strong desire for players and staff to show their backing for the Arsenal family.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Top Tastiest Foods From All Over The World6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneThe Best Cars Of All TimeWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?Did You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World