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Old July 15th, 2017, 10:58 PM   #41
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CCEM holds US$ 250m project for two 75-storey towers at Horton Place

By Namini Wijedasa

Controversy over background of directors and Rajapaksa connections

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Management (CCEM) has hit the brakes on a proposed US$ 250m Horton Square mixed-development project in Horton Place, saying the buildings — two towers of 75 storeys each — were too high for the exclusive residential area. But the Urban Development Authority (UDA) maintains that it falls within limits allowed for ‘special primary residential zones’ in the City of Colombo Development Plan (Amendment) 2008. Preliminary construction clearance has been granted.

Horton Place is a special primary residential zone. Among other things, the Development Plan stipulates the width between building lines, minimum width of private roads and maximum permissible floor area ratios. It also defines building categories, number of floors, minimum site frontage and open spaces around buildings. “The Horton Square application was approved under guidelines set for project sites of more than 2,500 square metres in special primary residential zones.

These are specified in the City of Colombo Development Plan,” UDA Chairman Jagath Nandana Munasinghe said.The project was launched in April with the participation of Megapolis Minister Champika Ranawaka. It remains unclear when, or if, the CCEM will give the go-ahead. The Board of Investment (BOI) turned down the application when it was submitted for approval. One reason, the Sunday Times learns, was concern over the venture’s main players.

The Horton Square (Pvt) Ltd directors are Ramasamy Muthusamy Manivannan of SupremeSAT fame; Renuka Shanmuganathan; Alberto de Simone, an Italian with Belgian and Dehiwala addresses; and Jaya Sudhir Jayaram, a Malaysian businessman. Among its initial shareholders is an entity called Paradise Island Holdings Ltd. registered to P.O. Box 33582, Ras al Khaimah, the United Arab Emirates. Interestingly, that address is of RAK Company Administration FZ LLC or RAKCA which calls itself “the largest Registered Agent for incorporation Offshore & Onshore Company [sic] regulated under Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority”. Its services include management and administration of offshore companies and establishment of accounts with prime banks in the UAE.

This is not the only offshore connection Horton Square has. Mr Sudhir’s address is entered in the company registration form as P.O. Box 957, Road Town, Offshore Incorporations Centre at Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. That address common to hundreds of other entities from around the world. In the 2016 International Consortium of Investigative Journalists’ Panama Papers leak, the British Virgin Islands emerged as the most commonly used tax haven by clients of Panamanian offshore financials provider Mossack Fonseca.

Mr Sudhir, meanwhile, has a significant internet footprint. He is best known for being the Malaysian businessman named in the United Nations investigation into the Iraqi oil-for-food scandal. The Sunday Times read the Independent Inquiry Committee report online. Mr Sudhir is alleged, along with two others, to have revived Mastek Sdn Bhd (a long-dormant Malaysian company) to pay the regime of Saddam Hussein up to US$ 10mn in illegal surcharges to clinch Iraqi oil contracts for another company Mastek was intermediary to. He is said to have been a key player, something he rejected by heaping blame on another partner.

The report cites bank records as showing that, at one time, Mr Sudhir formed a ‘shelf company’ called Keppel Oil to avoid currency restrictions imposed in Malaysia. It was used to transfer 2.3 million Euros to an account of Iraq’s State Organisation for Marketing Oil between April and July 2001. A shelf company (in contrast to a shell company) is “a business entity that has been formed and properly maintained, but which has never conducted any business”.

The 46-year-old Mr. Manivannan became widely known under the former administration for his forays into satellite technology. He claimed to have launched Sri Lanka’s first satellite with Chinese collaboration. It turned out to be a joint-branding of a Chinese satellite where SupremeSAT leased part of its “communications payload”.

Mr Manivannan provided office space to Rohitha Rajapaksa. The youngest son of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa was also given a shareholding in SupremeSAT through a company named Dycer International . Rohitha Rajpaksa was 100 percent owner of Dycer International. Mr Sudhir owns a company called Al-Rafidian Holdings (Pvt) Ltd. This is confirmed by Singaporean court papers. Mr Manivannan has stated on record that Al-Rafidian provided satellite acquisition financing to SupremeSAT, in which Mr Sudhir also had a stake.

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Old July 16th, 2017, 12:43 PM   #42
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Govt cancels permission for 75-storey mega project

16 July, 2017

Planning permission granted to Horton Square, branded as another mega estate project, launched with much fanfare in April this year, was rescinded last week by the government.

The decision to cancel the permission for the purported 75-storey project, in the former Asha Central land at Horton Place, Colombo 7, came in the wake of the World Commercial Centre fiasco where the Board of Investments (BOI) entered into an agreement with an entity whose credentials were not checked before the agreement was signed and no proper due diligence was carried out.

Sources indicate that the government´s decision to rescind the planning permission was arrived at a Cabinet Committee on Economic Management (CCEM) meeting chaired by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe following reports that the planning permission guidelines issued to the project promoters by the Urban Development Authority (UDA), contravened the established guidelines that prohibits construction of high rise buildings over 22 stories in that area.

“The project also lacks direct road frontage to a main road and will be using two by-lanes for traffic,” a source told the Sunday Observer, indicating that under such circumstances, it is not possible to provide planning permission for a project of that nature. According to BOI sources, the BOI had rejected the project proposal submitted to them by Supreme Global Holdings Ltd, “As we could not ascertain the project viability and were sceptical of their claim that a building of 75 stories could be constructed in that location.”

The Sunday Observer was not able to reach the Chairman of Supreme Global Holdings, R.M. Manivannan for his comments.

Manivannan was also the promoter behind the SupremeSAT-1 launched in 2012 with the involvement of Rohitha Rajapaksa, the youngest son of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa. It was later established that the satellite did not belong to SupremeSat with only some channels being rented by Manivannan´s company.

While Supreme Global Holdings were the promoter of the project in the BOI application, the land was sold by Asha Central to a Rienzie Edwards in 2012 and it is believed that Edwards is still the beneficial owner of the land. Edwards was indicted in December last year by the United States government for a purported US$50 million fraud where the indictment claimed that US$40 million was transferred to Sri Lanka through the following bank accounts:

National Development Bank, Acct. No. 101000260558, held in the name of L.B. Karalliyadde Associates. See page 12

Hatton National Bank, Acct. No. 176010005299, held in the name of L.B. Karalliyadde Associates.
Sampath Bank, Acct. No. 512340000049, held in the name of Green Fields Consultancy Services Ltd.
Sampath Bank, Acct. No. 012310001072, held in the name of Green Fields Services Ltd.
Sampath Bank, Acct. No. 012320000831, held in the name of Mansion Kandy Pvt. Ltd.
HSBC Bank, Acct. No. 005184973001, held in the name of Punya Prianji Menike Edwards (Punya Edwards), wife of Rienzi Edwards

L. B. Karalliyadde Associates is allegedly a company incorporate in April 2015 in Singapore to carryout business and management consultancy services.

The company was struck off on July 1, 2017. With a registered address in Collyer Quay, Singapore this company is not related to the Sri Lankan lawyers of the same name, according to sources. The US government has moved to freeze any assets linked to these accounts. In addition to the Horton Place land, Edwards also owns a string of boutique hotels, including the Mansion, Kandy, the former Nugawela Walauwe, and at least two other properties at Alexandra Place, Colombo 7 and at Martensyne Tower, Colombo 7.

Investigators believe Edwards has been involved in a number of other alleged frauds, going back to the late 1990s, when he first came to the notice of United Kingdom authorities.

However, other than for a single conviction on handling stolen goods where he was given a two-year suspended sentence and put on board a flight to Sri Lanka from London in 2008, there are no other records of convictions.

The Horton Square project was billed as ‘a St Regis Hotels and Residences branded mega real estate development project, that is set to redefine Colombo’s skyline, marking a watershed moment in Sri Lanka’s development story’, in public relations materials.

“It will be one of the tallest twin towers in the country, and will house luxurious apartments built and furnished in line with global St Regis standards, prime commercial space, and a luxury St Regis Hotel, the esteemed brand of the Starwood Group.

“Today’s ground-breaking of Horton Square marks a milestone for Sri Lanka. This is not just another building but a symbol of renewed investor confidence both in the future of Sri Lanka, its growth potential, as well as the aspirations of her people. “Sri Lanka is emerging as a ‘high value’ destination both for foreign investment boosting the economy, and for tourists. Horton Square represents the full confidence that we and our partners have in the potential for Sri Lanka and I have no doubt that we will lead the way for international investors to follow suit,” Paul Kelly, Chief Executive Officer of the Horton Square Pte Ltd, the company exclusively set up to manage the project, was quoted as saying in the publicity material.

There is no record of Horton Square Pte Ltd. in the Company Registrars office.

- http://www.sundayobserver.lk/2017/07...her-tall-story
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Old July 16th, 2017, 01:31 PM   #43
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Old July 16th, 2017, 03:01 PM   #44
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Money comes from Daisy Aachchi it seems ! How ever i want this to happen some where else, close to Fort region.
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Megapolis minister tells Police Chief to probe Horton Square directors’ dealings

Megapolis Minister Champika Ranawaka has called on Police Chief Pujith Jayasundara to investigate the background and dealings of several directors of Horton Square (Pvt) Ltd, a company which proposes to build two 75-storey towers in Horton Place. Referring to the Sunday Times story last week, Minister Ranawaka said he called upon the IGP to check whether Ramasamy Muthusamy Manivannan, a director of Horton Square, has major transactions with another director, Jaya Sudhir Jayaram, who has a history of questionable dealings such as “exploiting the Iraqi oil-for-food programme”.

The Minister has also asked the IGP to investigate the links between Paradise Island Holdings and RAK Company Administration. The Sunday Times last week revealed that an initial shareholder of Horton Square was an entity called Paradise Island Holdings Ltd registered to PO Box 33582, Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates. That address belongs to RAK Company Administration FZ LLC or RAKCA which calls itself “the largest Registered Agent for incorporation Offshore & Onshore Company [sic] regulated under Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority”.

The IGP has been requested to check whether Sudhir Jayaram has dealings with Mossack Fonseka as his address in the company registration form is in the British Virgin Islands. Minister Ranawaka also requests the IGP to investigate the multiple companies formed by Mr Manivannan and his “opaque financial transactions, poor reporting, frequent share transfers and labyrinthine business practices” as mentioned in the Sunday Times article.

Among Mr Manivannan’s companies are Supreme Global Holdings (Pvt) Ltd, formerly known as Lanka Consult Holdings (Pvt) Ltd; SupremeSAT (Pvt) Ltd; SupremeSAT Investments (Pvt) Ltd; Supreme Solutions (Pvt) Ltd; and Singha Lanka Investment (Pvt) Ltd. Minister Ranawaka’s letter to the IGP raises the questions: “Why in excess of US$ 200mn was paid to acquire possession of Horton place property from Purni Edwards? Investigate the allegation of Rienzie Edwards who is the husband of Purni Edwards and they have been indicted for allegedly defrauding victims of more than US$ 50mn in the US.”

It is revealed that the Urban Development Authority has instructed the consultant of Horton Square (Pvt) Ltd to fulfil 11 statutory requirements prior to issuing construction clearance. “Since they have not fulfilled all the requirements, UDA has not issued any construction clearance to ‘The Horton Square (Pvt) Ltd…,” the letter states. The permissions already granted by the UDA to the company are preliminary planning clearance for proposed development; and permission for soft launch of groundbreaking ceremony.

Hard construction will not be permitted until the company facilitates widening a section of the access road along the southern boundary of the site to a width of 12.2m by gifting a strip of land to the Colombo municipality; secures clearance from the Central Environmental Authority; and get clearance for its Traffic Impact Assessment.

- http://www.sundaytimes.lk/170723/new...gs-251673.html
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Megapolis minister tells Police Chief to probe Horton Square directors’ dealings

Megapolis Minister Champika Ranawaka has called on Police Chief Pujith Jayasundara to investigate the background and dealings of several directors of Horton Square (Pvt) Ltd, a company which proposes to build two 75-storey towers in Horton Place. Referring to the Sunday Times story last week, Minister Ranawaka said he called upon the IGP to check whether Ramasamy Muthusamy Manivannan, a director of Horton Square, has major transactions with another director, Jaya Sudhir Jayaram, who has a history of questionable dealings such as “exploiting the Iraqi oil-for-food programme”.

The Minister has also asked the IGP to investigate the links between Paradise Island Holdings and RAK Company Administration. The Sunday Times last week revealed that an initial shareholder of Horton Square was an entity called Paradise Island Holdings Ltd registered to PO Box 33582, Ras al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates. That address belongs to RAK Company Administration FZ LLC or RAKCA which calls itself “the largest Registered Agent for incorporation Offshore & Onshore Company [sic] regulated under Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority”.

The IGP has been requested to check whether Sudhir Jayaram has dealings with Mossack Fonseka as his address in the company registration form is in the British Virgin Islands. Minister Ranawaka also requests the IGP to investigate the multiple companies formed by Mr Manivannan and his “opaque financial transactions, poor reporting, frequent share transfers and labyrinthine business practices” as mentioned in the Sunday Times article.

Among Mr Manivannan’s companies are Supreme Global Holdings (Pvt) Ltd, formerly known as Lanka Consult Holdings (Pvt) Ltd; SupremeSAT (Pvt) Ltd; SupremeSAT Investments (Pvt) Ltd; Supreme Solutions (Pvt) Ltd; and Singha Lanka Investment (Pvt) Ltd. Minister Ranawaka’s letter to the IGP raises the questions: “Why in excess of US$ 200mn was paid to acquire possession of Horton place property from Purni Edwards? Investigate the allegation of Rienzie Edwards who is the husband of Purni Edwards and they have been indicted for allegedly defrauding victims of more than US$ 50mn in the US.”

It is revealed that the Urban Development Authority has instructed the consultant of Horton Square (Pvt) Ltd to fulfil 11 statutory requirements prior to issuing construction clearance. “Since they have not fulfilled all the requirements, UDA has not issued any construction clearance to ‘The Horton Square (Pvt) Ltd…,” the letter states. The permissions already granted by the UDA to the company are preliminary planning clearance for proposed development; and permission for soft launch of groundbreaking ceremony.

Hard construction will not be permitted until the company facilitates widening a section of the access road along the southern boundary of the site to a width of 12.2m by gifting a strip of land to the Colombo municipality; secures clearance from the Central Environmental Authority; and get clearance for its Traffic Impact Assessment.

- http://www.sundaytimes.lk/170723/new...gs-251673.html
Why not ask them to take the project else where! Even Peliyagoda is great. It will open up Colombo North for commercial activities. Sri lanka must utilize Kelani River Banks for hotels.
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I agree with Ragnarok123. This is a beautiful project. The location for this highrise amidst zoning issues should be resolved amicably. Too many agencies create this red tape. A speedier transparent process whould eliminate this. We have exceptional think tank which could be tapped.

Peliyagoda is an ideal suggestion as its the gateway to Colombo or even Rajagiriya which has alot of space will add a marvel to the skyline plus its a highly preferred location by the working class.
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I agree with Ragnarok123. This is a beautiful project. The location for this highrise amidst zoning issues should be resolved amicably. Too many agencies create this red tape. A speedier transparent process whould eliminate this. We have exceptional think tank which could be tapped.

Peliyagoda is an ideal suggestion as its the gateway to Colombo or even Rajagiriya which has alot of space will add a marvel to the skyline plus its a highly preferred location by the working class.
I think the main issue is resolving the source of investment in the project. Once this has been resolved they can think about its location. The current location is a no-no and the UDA is right to put stringent conditions on it. IMHO if they want to include a St Regis Hotel it should be fairly close to the CBD (maybe near Beira Lake).
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I agree with Ragnarok123. This is a beautiful project. The location for this highrise amidst zoning issues should be resolved amicably. Too many agencies create this red tape. A speedier transparent process whould eliminate this. We have exceptional think tank which could be tapped.

Peliyagoda is an ideal suggestion as its the gateway to Colombo or even Rajagiriya which has alot of space will add a marvel to the skyline plus its a highly preferred location by the working class.
The problem here isn't so much the zoning as the people involved. Rienzie Edwards is a convicted conman and fraudster, and Mannivanan and the other guy have been the subjects of UN reports for shady dealings.

Zoning can be sorted out amicably, but criminals trying to launder money by building apartments shouldn't be tolerated.
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Seems like MR has links to Horton and WCC. Seems like an attempt to convert black money to white.
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It's not going to happen

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Govt cancels permission for 75-storey mega project



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Planning permission granted to Horton Square, branded as another mega estate project, launched with much fanfare in April this year, was rescinded last week by the government.
The decision to cancel the permission for the purported 75-storey project, in the former Asha Central land at Horton Place, Colombo 7, came in the wake of the World Commercial Centre fiasco where the Board of Investments (BOI) entered into an agreement with an entity whose credentials were not checked before the agreement was signed and no proper due diligence was carried out.
Sources indicate that the government´s decision to rescind the planning permission was arrived at a Cabinet Committee on Economic Management (CCEM) meeting chaired by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe following reports that the planning permission guidelines issued to the project promoters by the Urban Development Authority (UDA), contravened the established guidelines that prohibits construction of high rise buildings over 22 stories in that area.
“The project also lacks
direct road frontage to a main road and will be using two by-lanes for traffic,” a source told the Sunday Observer, indicating that under such circumstances, it is not possible to provide planning permission for a project of that nature. According to BOI sources, the BOI had rejected the project proposal submitted to them by Supreme Global Holdings Ltd, “As we could not ascertain the project viability and were sceptical of their claim that a building of 75 stories could be constructed in that location.”
The Sunday Observer was not able to reach the Chairman of Supreme Global Holdings, R.M. Manivannan for his comments.
Manivannan was also the promoter behind the SupremeSAT-1 launched in 2012 with the involvement of Rohitha Rajapaksa, the youngest son of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa. It was later established that the satellite did not belong to SupremeSat with only some channels being rented by Manivannan´s company.
While Supreme Global Holdings were the promoter of the project in the BOI application, the land was sold by Asha Central to a Rienzie Edwards in 2012 and it is believed that Edwards is still the beneficial owner of the land. Edwards was indicted in December last year by the United States government for a purported US$50 million fraud where the indictment claimed that US$40 million was transferred to Sri Lanka through the following bank accounts:
National Development Bank, Acct. No. 101000260558, held in the name of L.B. Karalliyadde Associates. See page 12
  • Hatton National Bank, Acct. No. 176010005299, held in the name of L.B. Karalliyadde Associates.
  • Sampath Bank, Acct. No. 512340000049, held in the name of Green Fields Consultancy Services Ltd.
  • Sampath Bank, Acct. No. 012310001072, held in the name of Green Fields Services Ltd.
  • Sampath Bank, Acct. No. 012320000831, held in the name of Mansion Kandy Pvt. Ltd.
  • HSBC Bank, Acct. No. 005184973001, held in the name of Punya Prianji Menike Edwards (Punya Edwards), wife of Rienzi Edwards
L. B. Karalliyadde Associates is allegedly a company incorporate in April 2015 in Singapore to carryout business and management consultancy services.
The company was struck off on July 1, 2017. With a registered address in Collyer Quay, Singapore this company is not related to the Sri Lankan lawyers of the same name, according to sources. The US government has moved to freeze any assets linked to these accounts. In addition to the Horton Place land, Edwards also owns a string of boutique hotels, including the Mansion, Kandy, the former Nugawela Walauwe, and at least two other properties at Alexandra Place, Colombo 7 and at Martensyne Tower, Colombo 7.
Investigators believe Edwards has been involved in a number of other alleged frauds, going back to the late 1990s, when he first came to the notice of United Kingdom authorities.
However, other than for a single conviction on handling stolen goods where he was given a two-year suspended sentence and put on board a flight to Sri Lanka from London in 2008, there are no other records of convictions.
The Horton Square project was billed as ‘a St Regis Hotels and Residences branded mega real estate development project, that is set to redefine Colombo’s skyline, marking a watershed moment in Sri Lanka’s development story’, in public relations materials.
“It will be one of the tallest twin towers in the country, and will house luxurious apartments built and furnished in line with global St Regis standards, prime commercial space, and a luxury St Regis Hotel, the esteemed brand of the Starwood Group.
“Today’s ground-breaking of Horton Square marks a milestone for Sri Lanka. This is not just another building but a symbol of renewed investor confidence both in the future of Sri Lanka, its growth potential, as well as the aspirations of her people. “Sri Lanka is emerging as a ‘high value’ destination both for foreign investment boosting the economy, and for tourists. Horton Square represents the full confidence that we and our partners have in the potential for Sri Lanka and I have no doubt that we will lead the way for international investors to follow suit,” Paul Kelly, Chief Executive Officer of the Horton Square Pte Ltd, the company exclusively set up to manage the project, was quoted as saying in the publicity material.
There is no record of Horton Square Pte Ltd. in the Company Registrars office.
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