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It also said increased costs, together with future economic uncertainty triggered by Brexit had "caused significant impact on the value of this asset".

In a statement, KMG said: "We are currently reviewing the financial modelling, discussing with valuers and also considering several ongoing discussions with potential purchasers which reflect the uncertainty and caution surrounding the UK economy, real estate market and such large infrastructure projects in the UK since the EU referendum and the triggering of Article 50." Developers RPW Southampton Ltd, said they needed new funding to progress and were are hoping that the new investor would buy the rights to develop the land within three to four months.

KMG said scheme had "buildability concerns" following a report to shareholders.

There are a few variations among Seniors: early ones have a tall "cowell" with the name printed up front, like the caps-only Signet; others, like the one shown here, have a shorter cowell and the name printed on the paper tray.

The Signet is certainly radically different from all other Royal typewriters, except for its direct descendents shown below.

It's so different that some people suspect that it was not designed by Royal at all.

Council leader Simon Letts said he had recently held meetings with two potential investors and had confidence the project would progress.

He added: "Discussions are quite advanced and I have some confidence that it will progress.

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