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MacLean Plans To Launch Case Over Waterfront

MacLean Plans To Launch Case Over Waterfront

As a “result of this Government’s refusal to engage in settlement discussions, ADPL have been left with no choice but to launch” a case against the Government “regarding the voiding of the waterfront lease” Michael MacLean of Allied Development Partners said, adding that “a summons will be filed in short order.” “I... Read more of this article

MacLean On Generation Next Show Tonight

MacLean On Generation Next Show Tonight

Generation Next said they encourage people to tune in this evening [Sunday, Jan 28] at 6pm to HOTT 107.5 to the Generation Next radio show with guest, Mr. Michael MacLean. Generation Next hosts, Karim Creary, Miles Dill, and Torianno Simmons will be interviewing Mr. MacLean. “You may recall that Mr. MacLean had his lease to the Waterfront Development... Read more of this article

Govt Satisfied With Court Ruling: MacLean Case

Govt Satisfied With Court Ruling: MacLean Case

The Government has today expressed its satisfaction with the recent Supreme Court decision involving developer Michael MacLean and the City waterfront lease. “The Chief Justice has struck out The Allied Trust’s and Allied Development Partners Limited’s claim made against the Minister of Home Affairs and the Attorney General that the voiding... Read more of this article

Michael MacLean’s Waterfront Case Continues

Michael MacLean’s Waterfront Case Continues

The court case between Michael MacLean and the Government continued in commercial court  yesterday [July 21] in front of Justice Ian Kawaley, with both sides laying out their positions. The commercial court room was quite full with those in attendance including both Attorney-General Trevor Moniz and Shadow Attorney-General Michael Scott, and there... Read more of this article

Waterfront Lease Court Hearing Gets Underway

Waterfront Lease Court Hearing Gets Underway

The court proceedings in relation to the city waterfront lease got underway yesterday [June 20], with Michael MacLean’s Allied Trust having launched legal action following the voiding of the lease to develop the city waterfront. “Lawyers from both sides packed the Supreme Court in response to Mr. MacLean’s latest attempt to receive... Read more of this article

Premier: “Completely Unfounded Accusations”

Premier: “Completely Unfounded Accusations”

[Updated with Mr MacLean's response] Michael MacLean’s affidavit contains “outrageous and completely unfounded accusations by a desperate man,” Premier Michael Dunkley said. Mr MacLean’s affidavit was filed in the Supreme Court and is dated July 2, 2015, with the 16-page document containing a number of allegations over the discussions... Read more of this article

Michael MacLean Makes Allegations In Affidavit

Michael MacLean Makes Allegations In Affidavit

[Updated] Michael MacLean — the developer involved involved in both the City Waterfront and the Par-La-Ville project — had made a number of allegations in his second affidavit pertaining to the lawsuit over the Waterfront. Mr. MacLean is presently involved in two legal matters; he launched legal action over losing the waterfront lease and is... Read more of this article

Rego Sotheby’s Hosts City Real Estate Event

Rego Sotheby’s Hosts City Real Estate Event

Rego Sotheby’s International Realty hosted an event yesterday [Apr 30] at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute focused on the case study, ‘Waterfront Development in Hamilton, Bermuda’. Visiting the island to present on this topic were Justin Throwbridge, Adam Coleman, Brannen Blazer, and Mason Ellerbe, all of the University... Read more of this article

Minister Fahy: ‘Less Than Half Has Been Spent’

Minister Fahy: ‘Less Than Half Has Been Spent’

[Updated] The “Ministry has not spent $1.5 million to obtain advice on voiding the waterfront leases,” and such “assertions are completely misleading and false,” Minister of Home Affairs Michael Fahy said today [Mar 9], adding that ”to date less than half the requested amount has been spent.” Minister Fahy said the... Read more of this article

PLP Question $1.5M Legal Fees For Waterfront

PLP Question $1.5M Legal Fees For Waterfront

[Updated] “The revelation that the OBA paid out nearly $1.5 million in legal fees to seek guidance on how to void the Hamilton Waterfront Lease is an affront to every Bermudian who has been forced to bear the burden of that organization’s version of shared sacrifice,” Senator Marc Daniels said this evening. Senator Daniels said, “Assuming... Read more of this article

$90 Million Lawsuit: Govt To ‘Defend Vigorously’

$90 Million Lawsuit: Govt To ‘Defend Vigorously’

Responding to the $90 million lawsuit filed by Allied Development over the loss of the City Waterfront lease, Attorney-General Trevor Moniz said the “Government views this action very seriously and will be defending it vigorously.” Citing “costs and losses”, Michael MacLean’s Allied Development launched legal action over... Read more of this article

Legal Action Launched Over Development, Lease

Legal Action Launched Over Development, Lease

Two planned developments — the City Waterfront and the Par-La-Ville Hotel — are the subject of legal proceedings, with Michael MacLean’s company launching legal action over losing the waterfront lease, while another company Mr. MacLean is involved in is the defendant in legal action correlated with the Par-La-Ville development. Citing... Read more of this article

MPs Pass Motion To Overturn Waterfront Lease

MPs Pass Motion To Overturn Waterfront Lease

Parliamentarians passed a Bill that resulted in the overturning of the 262-year lease the Corporation of Hamilton signed with Allied Development Partners for the City of Hamilton waterfront area. The Municipalities Amendment Act 2014 passed on Friday [Mar 7] by a vote of 18 – 15, with all OBA MPs present voting in favour, while all PLP MPs present... Read more of this article