Brian Copsey accused of stealing more than 1million from collective residents" fund

Homeowner, 59, at exclusive London mansion block accused of stealing more than 1million from collective residents’ fund By Tara Brady PUBLISHED: 14:47 GMT, 6 February 2013 | UPDATED: 15:00 GMT, 6 February 2013 In court: Brian Copsey lived in one of London's most exclusive mansion flats and was finance chairman of its management board A resident of one of London’s most exclusive mansion flats has appeared in court accused of stealing more than 1m from the building’s management company. Brian Copsey, 59, was finance chairman of Bryanston Court Management, a collective of residents who manage a luxury apartment block in Marble Arch, central London.

A 1.5million sense of Liberty: The mock Tudor marvel with a unique link to London"s most distinctive store

A 1.5million sense of Liberty: The mock Tudor marvel with a unique link to London's most distinctive store | UPDATED: 21:58 GMT, 22 December 2012 No seasonal shopping trip to London’s West End would be complete without a visit to Liberty. With its distinctive mock Tudor facade and small homely rooms with wooden carvings and ornate fireplaces, the department store in Regent Street stands out amid the bland chain shops in the heart of the capital. Liberty’s frontage remains unique in the West End, but there was a time when mock Tudor was the height of fashion.