Thursday, 13 November 2008

15OPN: US Fed. Trade Commission sues A. Gershfield

Mr Aaron Gershfield, who has applied for planning permission to demolish 15 Oakleigh Park North and replace it with a block of 7 flats, has been sued by the US Federal Trade Commission for allegedly operating illegal pay day loan companies and illegally badgering people for sums far higher than the amounts they borrowed. Download and read the full complaint here.

Brendan Riley of Associated Press has written an article about this matter titled "Regulators sue payday loan companies". Read it here.

Also, Mr Gershfield has listed 15 Oakleigh Park North as his home address with Companies House even though the property is empty and falling into disrepair. This is in breach of the Companies Act, which requires a private address where legal documents can be served. Download a list of his company holdings here.

Friday, 7 November 2008

15 OPN: 12th Nov Objection Deadline

Please remember that, should you wish to object to the planning application (B/03734/08) to demolish 15 Oakleigh Park North and build a 4-storey block of flats, your objection letter must be sent to the following address to be received by Wednesday, 12th November, 2008:

Ms Josleen Chug
Acting Senior Planning Officer
Chipping Barnet Area Team
Planning, Housing and Regeneration Service
London Borough of Barnet
Building 4, North London Business Park
Oakleigh Road South
N11 1NP

Please refer to previous posts below for further information.

Michael Soliatis

t. 020 8445 0336

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