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Concerns raised over firm earmarked for mental health facility build

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SOME local firms have stopped doing business because of problems with payment with the company that the States agreed yesterday will build the new mental health and well-being centre.

SOME local firms have stopped doing business because of problems with payment with the company that the States agreed yesterday will build the new mental health and well-being centre.

Harbour View Construction Ltd is due to start work on the £24m. project next month and the new facility is scheduled to open in the spring or summer of 2015.

Building & Technical Services (CI) Ltd director David Mabbs claimed this week that Harbour View Construction Ltd owed his company more than £300,000 for work on Les Ozouets Campus – the new College of Further Education facilities at the former St Peter Port High School.

Others came forward yesterday to say that they too had problems getting payment from the company.

Harbour View Construction was invited to respond to the allegations but it had not done so this morning.

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