Cargiant’s Warren launches fresh attack on OPDC

Cargiant owner millionaire Geoffrey Warren has slammed the Old Oak & Park Royal Development Corporation’s potential plans to compulsorily purchase its land, unleashing a new attack on the vehicle responsible for the £26bn regeneration. The UK’s largest used-car dealership owns 46 acres at Old Oak Common, in west London, which has been earmarked for development. It has vowed to fight any CPO of the land, after OPDC executives told the London Assembly it would take 25% of its land, adding that the CPO process had already begun. Warren said: “ This strategy is completely flawed. We have repeatedly told them