financially unviable

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  • Although the institution had become an academic success it remained financially unviable.
  • However, he returned to England, disillusioned, when the construction of the new town proved financially unviable.
  • There were some issues with the original venues not being challenging enough or being financially unviable.
  • Sea Shepherd has stated that one of the main aims of their operations is to make commercial whaling financially unviable.
  • It proved financially unviable and folded two years later.
  • The sudden drop in oil prices would make the refinement of the oil suspended in the lignite financially unviable.
  • In 2010, St Ursula's went into administration after it became financially unviable due to falling pupil numbers.
  • It was run as a social club before it became financially unviable, closing in 2005, and is now run by the Parish Council.
  • It was then converted into the Nottingham Lace Museum, but this venture proved financially unviable.
  • However, with the decline in Ravenwood's population after World War I, it became increasingly financially unviable to have a separate local government authority.
  • Despite his best attempts to maintain adequate student numbers, a decision was made in 1995 to relocate a financially unviable college campus to Caboolture.
  • Due to cutbacks within the RFU the post of manager became financially unviable and he lost his position along with 30 other RFU employees.
  • Wembley Stadium went into liquidation at the end of the Exhibition after it was pronounced "financially unviable".
  • The cinema tradition was initially continued following the transition of the venue to the Apollo, but this became financially unviable and was discontinued.
  • In 1996, a speedway team under the name of London Lions rode but it was found to be financially unviable.
  • The study found that terminating the corridor at Bandra would result in 40% reduction in passenger volume, which would make the project financially unviable.
  • Fournier set up his own factory at Nitray to manufacture the design, but after only around 40 had been built, the exercise proved financially unviable, and he was forced to close down production.
  • Alternative uses have had to be found for castles, palaces, monasteries, mansions and country seats which have become financially unviable as homes, and their conversion into hotels has often been successful.
  • With the marina only partially completed, in 1988 the Chapmans applied for permission to increase the size of the project as the original project was found to be financially unviable.
  • Politicians in the Newburgh area had also been lobbying for a bridge over Newburgh Bay, as the ferry service in that section of the river was becoming financially unviable.
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