Case details for David Garry Harrison

Name: David Garry Harrison

Name: Ace Buildings And Maintenance Services Limited

Date of Birth: 28 / 2 / 1975

Date Order Starts: 31 / 5 / 2022

Disqualification Length: 11 Years 0 Month(s)

CRO Number: 10803488

Last Known Address: 6a Exon Buildings, Exeter Road, , , CULLOMPTON, EX15 1DU

Conduct: Between 04 May 2020 and 29 September 2020, Mr David Gary Harrison (“Mr Harrison”) caused Ace Buildings and Maintenance Services Limited (“ACE”) to breach the Bounce Back Loan (“BBL”) Scheme by making an inaccurate application for a loan when Ace was classed as a business in difficulty, in that: On 22 October 2019, a Winding-up Petition was presented against ACE; On 06 November 2019, Mr Harrison began discussions regarding a Company Voluntary Arrangement (“CVA”) with an Insolvency Practitioner because ACE was insolvent and could not pay its debts as and when due; As a result of the above, by 31 December 2019, ACE was classed as a Business In Difficulty but this was not declared on the BBL application form; On 11 February 2020, ACE entered into a CVA with liabilities totalling £109,040.71 but this was not declared on the BBL application forms; On 04 May 2020, ACE applied for a BBL of £50,000 which it was not entitled to for the reasons set out above. ACE received the £50,000 on 06 May 2020; On 16 June 2020 Mr Harrison caused Ace to make a fraudulent application for a second BBL in breach of the terms of the scheme which at the time allowed for only one application when he knew or ought to have known that ACE was not eligible in that: Businesses eligible for a BBL were able to borrow up to 25% of their turnover, with a maximum loan of £50,000; On 16 June 2020, ACE applied for a second BBL of £50,000 which it was not entitled to for the reasons set out above and because ACE had already received the maximum amount allowed under the BBL Scheme. ACE received the £50,000 in respect of this second application on 18 June 2020; On 02 December 2020, ACE entered into Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation with liabilities of £341,432.57, including the £100,000 owed to the Government in respect of the two BBLs. 

This information is correct as at 10 / 5 / 2022


Name: PAUL HUDSON

Name: Ace Buildings And Maintenance Services Limited

Date of Birth: 4 / 1 / 1974

Date Order Starts: 9 / 6 / 2022

Disqualification Length: 11 Years 0 Month(s)

CRO Number: 10803488

Last Known Address: 58 Nash Drive,, , , , WELLINGTON,, TA21 9FA

Conduct: Between 04 May 2020 and 29 September 2020, Mr Paul Hudson (“Mr Hudson”) caused Ace Buildings and Maintenance Services Limited (“ACE”) to breach the Bounce Back Loan (“BBL”) Scheme by making an inaccurate application for a loan when Ace was classed as a business in difficulty, in that: On 22 October 2019, a Winding-up Petition was presented against ACE; On 06 November 2019, Mr Hudson began discussions regarding a Company Voluntary Arrangement (“CVA”) with an Insolvency Practitioner because ACE was insolvent and could not pay its debts as and when due; As a result of the above, by 31 December 2019, ACE was classed as a Business In Difficulty but this was not declared on the BBL application form; On 11 February 2020, ACE entered into a CVA with liabilities totalling £109,040.71 but this was not declared on the BBL application forms; On 04 May 2020, ACE applied for a BBL of £50,000 which it was not entitled to for the reasons set out above. ACE received the £50,000 on 06 May 2020; On 16 June 2020 Mr Hudson caused Ace to make a fraudulent application for a second BBL in breach of the terms of the scheme which at the time allowed for only one application when he knew or ought to have known that ACE was not eligible in that: Businesses eligible for a BBL were able to borrow up to 25% of their turnover, with a maximum loan of £50,000; On 16 June 2020, ACE applied for a second BBL of £50,000 which it was not entitled to for the reasons set out above and because ACE had already received the maximum amount allowed under the BBL Scheme. ACE received the £50,000 in respect of this second application on 18 June 2020; On 02 December 2020, ACE entered into Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation with liabilities of £341,432.57, including the £100,000 owed to the Government in respect of the two BBLs. 

This information is correct as at 19 / 5 / 2022



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