Paragon developers try to get the picture

Vow to resolve TV reception problems

The developers of the Paragon site on Boston Manor Road have vowed to get to the bottom of nearby residents' problems with their TV reception.

Many people living nearby the site, which will become home to the medical facility of Thames Valley University, have reported difficulties receiving clear television pictures since construction started last year.

The developers, Berkeley First, have engaged a specialist firm to investigate the problem and look into solutions. A Berkeley First spokesperson told us "It's a problem we've never faced before, and it seemed sensible to get a full report into the situation. We want to be good neighbours and find an answer to this problem.


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9 Jan 2006

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