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  1. According to the Jersey Register the sole shareholder of this outfit is something called Crystal Melanite S.àr.l. registered at 5 Rue Guillaume Kroll Luxembourg. There's a bunch of other Crystal companies at the same address. Ellandi and Tristan Capital Partners have used one of these vehicles in the past for a deal in England.
  2. It's worth going into the planning file and looking at what the case officer said about this scheme: "The supporting statement for the application refers to the proposal being a 'high quality property'. It is considered that the proposed finishes, entrance to the apartments and size of the apartments will not result in a high quality product. Design unit commented that the entrance to the apartments does not appear to comply with universal accessibility requirements white the apartment sizes 'barely make the grade as hotel bedrooms." The officer clearly hated this scheme and it was initially recommended for refusal. It was (reluctantly by the looks of things) approved when it was agreed to reduce the height by a storey.
  3. A comprehensive overview of the Nama loans sales process http://www.costar.co.uk//en/assets/news/2014/February/Analysis-how-to-sell-a-loan-portfolio-like-NAMAs-35bn-Project-Eagle/
  4. Sunday Biz Post reporting that the LagMar shopping centres in England are about to come to market in a Nama-directed sale.
  5. Somewhat unremarked Ciaran Murdock lost another shopping centre late last year http://www.greenocktelegraph.co.uk/news/greenock/articles/2013/11/28/480342-oak-mall-goes-into-administration/
  6. The interesting question is how much UB are writing-off as part of the restructure.
  7. Jim 'Fitzwilliam Hotel' Burgess in the bankruptcies today. But June isn't.
  8. Looks like the R in MAR is being cut loose http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-24903526
  9. Think it's someone who has worked abroad in a big commercial practice.
  10. The lawyer who bought Nick the Greek's specific performance nightmare on Malone Park has just lodged plans for an epic extension.
  11. He's not bust. There were assets in the RoI which were enforced by Nama last year. Mind you he did tell the court that whatever happens UB will be wasting their time as they can't pay.
  12. Some more of Paul Neill's stuff flogged http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-23267036
  13. Tellingly the DUP made a carefully worded denial that Red Sky/ Norman Hayes had been a DUP donor. There was no such denial in relation to Turkingtons.
  14. Things getting slightly less bad for big boys http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-23223471
  15. Good performance for Wrightbus (leaving aside overheating Boris buses) http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-23216624
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