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Property tycoon Louis Goodman has called in receivers to his City Site Estates, one of Glasgow's biggest property companies, after failing to overcome a mis-timed expansion in London at the height of the boom.

A swathe of associated companies have also been placed in receivership or administration, including one that owns the Holiday Express in Dundee, which will continue to trade.

Mr Goodman, 60, whose father Nathaniel founded City Site Estates in 1973, took the then quoted business private in 1999 with a controversial £4.7 million bid which undercut an informal £5.9m offer from Miller Group.

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His holding company Union Estates survives, but though its shareholder funds were £25m at September 2010, when last accounts were published in April 2011 loan covenants had been breached on almost one-third of the group's £262m debt, and auditors Deloitte had warned of a "material uncertainty" over funding.

Almost £200m of the debt was due at the end of February 2012, and during that month four London properties, accounting for £130m of the group's £300m portfolio, were put into the hands of receivers after Mr Goodman failed to find buyers during the previous year.

A star property in Trafalgar Square did sell for £30m.

The City Site Estates portfolio includes three properties in the City of London, and 123 Elderslie Street in Glasgow.

The other companies in receivership or administration are hotel owner Saltire Leisure, Queensbridge Management, and two companies owning Glasgow properties Central House in Jamaica Street and the redeveloped 2 West Regent Street.

Alan Brown, receiver at Pricewaterhouse Coopers in Scotland, said: "Following the well documented slowdown in the property market, the directors have re-evaluated their longer-term strategy.

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