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Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 11:52 03 Jul 2011
by Laughter My Ploy

I have hardly slagged him off have I? I have tremendous respect for all those who have helped raise money for the staff, and that includes DL.

Sadly I will always remember him as being Cockney Green and his disgraceful internet campaign, whilst a director, to discredit Bobby Williamson. He was also Stapletons best mate and yet now professes to condemn him. He was urging supporters to boycott season ticket purchases until the staff got paid and has now shifted position yet again.

Like I said, he changes position constantly and he offers nothing to any potential new board.

Other than that I am sure he is a very nice chap!


I agree I have found it v hard seeing DL front and centre...for all those reasons and knowing he was banned from being a director didnt help....in addition I wonder if he would have taken down exactly the same path if he'd still been on the board....we will never know but I have an my own opinion on that

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 14:46 03 Jul 2011
by PL2 3DQ
Last month Kevin Heaney moved the registered address of one of his Cornish Homes companies from Truro to an address in London.
At the exact same address in London is a new clothing company called Bishop Henry.
None of the directors names of that company ring a bell so maybe just a bizarre coincidence but I doubt it.

Cornish Homes (TMS) Limited, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.
Bishop Henry, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.

Directors – Graham Young, Remmy Kibira, Simeon Panda, Samuel Panda.

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 14:56 03 Jul 2011
by Ian Newell
PlymptonPilgrim wrote:
Long Old Poke wrote:
PL2 3DQ wrote: It's impossible for Damon L to be a Director.


Why?


He's barred from being a Director of any company.

Which is just as well.


I haven't heard you or seen you in the recent months Garry, unlike Damon who has been at the forefront of most things.

Drains and radiators again, it seems.

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 15:03 03 Jul 2011
by PAFC+
PL2 3DQ wrote: Last month Kevin Heaney moved the registered address of one of his Cornish Homes companies from Truro to an address in London.
At the exact same address in London is a new clothing company called Bishop Henry.
None of the directors names of that company ring a bell so maybe just a bizarre coincidence but I doubt it.

Cornish Homes (TMS) Limited, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.
Bishop Henry, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.

Directors – Graham Young, Remmy Kibira, Simeon Panda, Samuel Panda.


Think the Bishop Henry link is probably coincidence. This is probably the relevant company at the same address:

MJP Financial

Or this one:

West One

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 09:52 04 Jul 2011
by Chancellor
PL2 3DQ wrote: Last month Kevin Heaney moved the registered address of one of his Cornish Homes companies from Truro to an address in London.
At the exact same address in London is a new clothing company called Bishop Henry.
None of the directors names of that company ring a bell so maybe just a bizarre coincidence but I doubt it.

Cornish Homes (TMS) Limited, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.
Bishop Henry, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.

Directors – Graham Young, Remmy Kibira, Simeon Panda, Samuel Panda.


That registered office address is an address for thousands of companies, it is one of those off the shelf type arrangements used by companies who want a London registered office or indeed dont want the registered office at their trading address or home address for whatever reason.

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 11:22 04 Jul 2011
by PL2 3DQ
Chancellor wrote:
PL2 3DQ wrote: Last month Kevin Heaney moved the registered address of one of his Cornish Homes companies from Truro to an address in London.
At the exact same address in London is a new clothing company called Bishop Henry.
None of the directors names of that company ring a bell so maybe just a bizarre coincidence but I doubt it.

Cornish Homes (TMS) Limited, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.
Bishop Henry, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.

Directors – Graham Young, Remmy Kibira, Simeon Panda, Samuel Panda.


That registered office address is an address for thousands of companies, it is one of those off the shelf type arrangements used by companies who want a London registered office or indeed dont want the registered office at their trading address or home address for whatever reason.



:oops: The date that Cornish Homes changed its address and the Bishop name caught my eye. Thought it was worth mentioning.

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 15:21 04 Jul 2011
by Waraqah
PL2 3DQ wrote: Last month Kevin Heaney moved the registered address of one of his Cornish Homes companies from Truro to an address in London.
At the exact same address in London is a new clothing company called Bishop Henry.
None of the directors names of that company ring a bell so maybe just a bizarre coincidence but I doubt it.

Cornish Homes (TMS) Limited, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.
Bishop Henry, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8PN.

Directors – Graham Young, Remmy Kibira, Simeon Panda, Samuel Panda.


Part of the P and a partnership, perchance? :)

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 15:25 04 Jul 2011
by Quintrell_Green
I always though Hatton Garden was the diamond centre for London. The clothing aspect disappoints me. Perhaps he was only there for De Beer [SORRY]

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 16:01 04 Jul 2011
by PlymptonPilgrim
IJN wrote:
I haven't heard you or seen you in the recent months Garry, unlike Damon who has been at the forefront of most things.

Drains and radiators again, it seems.


Oh dear, do I need your permission before posting an opinion now, because I haven't been around much?

He was certainly at the forefront of one of the most unsavoury episodes in recent PAFC history. Is all forgiven now because he runs around with a mike?

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 16:02 04 Jul 2011
by Jimmyd

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 18:47 04 Jul 2011
by Dave Stoneman
To be honest, I think we're flogging too many Bishops here. :)

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 19:03 04 Jul 2011
by Pogleswoody
daicactus wrote: To be honest, I think we're flogging too many Bishops here. :)



we have to Panda to the lowest common denominator ! :oops:

Heaney weeny miny mo
catch a bishop by his toe
if he genuflects who will know?
Heaney meeny miny (125) plc .. mo!

Re: New company Plymouth Argyle (125) Limited

Posted: 19:07 04 Jul 2011
by Pogleswoody
Jimmyd wrote: http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2011/jul/04/peter-ridsdale-plymouth-argyle-owner


seems it's the Riddlers company....



hey diddle Riddle
absolutely no mention of a fiddle (allegedly)
he's caught in the middle
the adminstrator howls at the moon
the old board laughed to see such fun
and the dish ran away to Gibraltar and formed a holding company