Companies pushed by insight: our groups have worked in-house and are on secondment in clients’ authorized groups. These were Richard Anning, of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Englandandwales; Ceri Breeze, a ‘Welsh’ Government civil servant; Richard Harris, another apparatchik; Chris Holley, the previous Lib Dem leader of Swansea council; and Jonathan Geen, of Acuity Legal , the Endgame Group , and, more recently, Bellerophon Scotland, plus of course, South Wales Land Developments Ltd and, in the end, Stan Thomas.
You’ll recall that within the previous post dealing with the highly questionable disposal of publicly-owned land by the Regeneration Investment Fund for Wales we encountered two Guernsey-based mostly corporations, Imperial House Investments Ltd (Included 30.11.2013) and South Wales Land Developments Ltd (Included 01.02.2014) both of which had simply two directors, Langley Davies and Jane Pocock.
All that stated, the final word blame for the Welsh individuals being disadvantaged of £200m or more doesn’t lie with Langley Davies or Stan Thomas, Jonathan Geen or anybody at Lambert Smith Hampton, for these have been simply being true to their natures.
Imperial House was purchased on July thirteenth, 2012, from South Wales Land Developments Ltd by Imperial House Investments Ltd – a company that did not officially exist till November 2013 – for the sum said on title quantity WA701104 as being £1,750,000.
This is some extra info on the Board, From January 2011, the Board comprised 5 voting members: two Welsh Government officials (one in all whom served as Chair), a Welsh Local Government Association representative and two external members appointed following an advertised public appointments process.