constr


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constr.

1. construction.
2. construed.
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Chief executive Peter Jones told the Daily Post: ``We have secured planning consent for a multi-storey car park,but constr uction work has been postponed in the short term pending further lettings of office space.'' He said that a second tenant for No 12 was likely to be announced by the end of the year,but even that will still leave the majority of the building vacant.
He is one of the few Labour MPs who has been prepared to speak out about what he believes, regardless of how his views may be constr ued by his ``leader''.