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Minerva plc is a Londonmarker based Britishmarker developer and property firm co-founded by the millionaire philanthropists Sir David Garrard and Andrew Rosenfeld. Garrard and Rosenfeld took the company public in 1996 and have now left the business.

Minerva is involved in several major projects, including the proposed Minerva Buildingmarker and The Walbrook in the City of Londonmarker. The Minerva Building and Minerva's planned Park Placemarker shopping and office development and its previous ownership of the Alldersmarker chain of department stores, both in Croydonmarker, came under scrutiny amidst the 2006 Cash for Peerages political scandal, when it emerged that the Labour government had chosen not to intervene over the Minerva Building and Park Place planning decisions or the state of Allders' pension fund shortly after both Garrard and Rosenfeld had made major loans and donations to the Labour Party.

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