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Enterprise Minister welcomes Sefton sale

Shirveishagh Gastid Dellal goltaghey creck Sefton

Currym son eeasaght y Reiltys dy ve currit harrish da shellooderyn noa

Ta'n Rheynn Gastid Dellal er veeraghey dy vel eh er choardail rish eeasaght y Phossan Sefton ve currit harrish da shellooderyn noa y Thie Aaght Sefton.

Ta screeuyn currit da ronneyderyn cur coontey giare jeh creck coardit ny troggalyn er £7.6m gys Cummalyn Thie Aaght Doolish Chiarmaanit.

Ayns fogrey gys Radio Vannin, ta'n Rheynn gra dy vel eh er chur kied son currym y eeasaght dy ve currit harrish da'n chellooder noa.

Hooar y thie aaght toyrtys mysh 10 bleeaney er dy henney son lhiasaghey troggalyn turryssagh.

Ren yn Shirveishagh Gastid Dellal Laurence Skelly oltaghey y naight:

AS LAURENCE SKELLY : S'cronnal eh dy vel ram shennaghys 'sy phossan mooar dy hieyn aaght, lhig dooin gra, as s'yindyssagh eh, ta mee shein, dy vel ad nish jeeaghyn er cur strughtoor noa er bun, foddee dy jean livrey argid er-nyn-son dy vaih argid, ta mee shein. As t'ad dy kinjagh er chummal seose, er-lhiam, y barrantys oc da'n Reiltys, as shoh, myr t'ou gra, troggal ard-scanshoil elley son yn Ellan as ta treisht orrin dy bee shoh jeh vondeish.     

 

Government loan liability to transfer to new owners

The Department for Enterprise has confirmed it's consented to Sefton Group's loan being transferred to the new owners of the Sefton Hotel.

A letter sent to shareholders outlines details of the agreed sale of the premises for £7.6m to Douglas Hotel Holdings Limited.

In a statement to Manx Radio, the Department says it's given permission for the loan liability to be moved to the new owner.

The hotel received a grant around 10 years ago for the development of tourism premises.

Enterprise Minister Laurence Skelly welcomed the news:
 

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