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Snow Basketball Roundup: 3/11

first_img Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMen’s BasketballTAYLORSVILLE, Utah-Matt Norman posted 20 points and 5 assists  on 7-11 from the field as the Snow Badgers overpowered Salt Lake Community College 90-76 Thursday in SWAC men’s basketball action. Travis Wagstaff netted 19 points and 7 rebounds in the win for the Badgers. Quincy McGriff’s 20 points led the Bruins in defeat. The Badgers improved to 10-5 and 5-3 in SWAC play. The Bruins dropped to 14-2 and 7-2 in defeat for Salt Lake Community College.Women’s BasketballTAYLORSVILLE, Utah-Japrix Weaver had 20 points on 9-15 from the field and the Snow Badgers edged Salt Lake Community College 68-67 in SWAC women’s basketball action Thursday. Amanata Diakite had 21 points and 8 rebounds on 9-17 from the field. The Badgers improved to 11-3 and 6-2 in SWAC play with the win. The Bruins fell to 11-3  and 6-3 in SWAC play with the defeat. Written bycenter_img March 12, 2021 /Sports News – Local Snow Basketball Roundup: 3/11last_img read more

Prep Sports Roundup: 3/23

first_img Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBaseballRegion 12BLANDING, Utah-Heston Jenson and Gage Brower had 3 RBI apiece as the Richfield Wildcats routed San Juan 11-1 in Region 12 baseball action Tuesday. Will Robinson earned the win on the mound for the Wildcats.MONROE, Utah-The Carbon Dinos pummeled South Sevier 7-1 Tuesday in Region 12 baseball action.Region 14SPANISH FORK, Utah-Griff Neilson posted 2 RBI and Josh Jackson posted three strikeouts in five innings of work as the Delta Rabbits edged American Leadership 6-5 Tuesday in Region 14 baseball action.MT. PLEASANT, Utah-Porter Bowles threw a five inning no-hitter and drove in a pair of runs as the Juab Wasps crushed North Sanpete 18-0 in Region 14 baseball action Tuesday. McKane Tolley, Tryker Greenhalgh and Cooper Ford also added 2 RBI apiece for the Wasps.ROOSEVELT, Utah-Jeff Lyon drove in a run and Maddux Russell posted the win on the mound as the Union Cougars doubled up Manti 2-1 Tuesday in Region 14 baseball action.2-A SouthGUNNISON, Utah-Ryker Stewart amassed four RBI and Payton Dyreng drove in three runs as the Gunnison Valley Bulldogs routed Monticello 19-0 in 2-A South baseball action Tuesday. Makade Zufelt and Janzen Keisel posted 2 RBI apiece for the Bulldogs in the win. Easton Newman took the win on the mound for Gunnison Valley.SALINA, Utah-Ryker Frischknecht and Deagan Brazell had 2 RBI apiece as the North Sevier Wolves pounded Millard 10-0 Tuesday in 2-A South baseball action. Marshall Okerlund and Brody Butler also drove in a run apiece for the Wolves.SoftballRegion 12MOAB, Utah-Jessica Jones amassed 4 RBI and earned the win in the circle as the Grand Red Devils pounded South Sevier 22-6 in  the first game of a Region 12 softball doubleheader Tuesday. Halle Packard also drove in two runs in victory for Grand.MOAB, Utah-Paige Shumway and Jaci Shumway each homered and the Grand Red Devils completed a Region 12 softball doubleheader sweep of South Sevier with a 170 victory Tuesday.PRICE, Utah-Haven Byerly and Gianna Bruno each went yard and the Carbon Dinos shellacked Richfield 25-2 Tuesday in Region 12 softball action. Aubrey Gleave had both RBI in the loss for the Wildcats.Region 14DELTA, Utah-Graciee Christiansen homered and the North Sanpete Hawks decimated Delta 19-2 Tuesday in Region 14 softball action. Lucy Oldroyd and Tyler Jo Miramontes drove in three runs apiece in victory for the Hawks.2-A CentralFILLMORE, Utah-Darion Maxfield and Hailey Flynn had 3 RBI apiece as the Millard Eagles crushed Piute 15-0 in 2-A Central softball action Tuesday. Shaylee Burraston earned the win in the circle for the Eagles.Boys SoccerRegion 12MONROE, Utah-Trevor Jenkins scored twice and the South Sevier Rams edged San Juan 6-5 in a shootout Tuesday in Region 12 boys soccer action.PRICE, Utah-Noah Bradford found the net twice and the Carbon Dinos doubled up Richfield 4-2 in Region 12 boys soccer action Tuesday. Daxton Tait and Jake Hyatt scored in the loss for the Wildcats.Region 14DELTA, Utah-Grady Lovell, Jarrett Smith and Braiden Gonder each scored as the Delta Rabbits blanked American Leadership 5-0 Tuesday in Region 14 boys soccer action. March 23, 2021 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 3/23center_img Brad Jameslast_img read more

Houston American Energy to acquire 20% stake in Permian Basin asset

first_img Image: Houston American Energy to take part in a new drilling program in the San Andres formation. Photo: courtesy of skeeze/Pixabay. Houston American Energy has agreed to acquire 20% stake in an existing 5,871 gross acre block in the San Andres formation in the Northern Shelf of the Permian Basin in the US from an undisclosed seller.Financial terms of the deal were not been disclosed by the Texas-based oil and gas producer.Under the terms of the agreement, Houston American Energy will bear 26.667% of the expenses incurred on an initial test well through the point at which it is drilled, completed, equipped and set for operation, production or disposal.All additional operations of the San Andres drilling programme will be carried out on a heads up basis, said the Texan oil and gas company.The agreement has also defined an area of mutual interest (AMI) of roughly 20,367 acres in the area of, and including, the existing acreage covered by the deal. As per the agreement, the parties will have the right to take part, at cost, in any interest purchased in the AMI in the next five years.What the acquisition means for Houston American EnergyHouston American Energy CEO Jim Schoonover said: “This agreement is the culmination of more than a year of effort to identify a suitable growth platform. We believe this agreement has the potential to be such a platform. We expect an initial horizontal test well will commence on the block before the end of 2019.“If successful, we believe the existing acreage will support drilling of up to 50 wells over the next 4 to 5 years with the acquisition of additional acreage under the AMI supporting additional wells.”Schoonover added that the acreage involved in the deal combined with the company’s existing holdings in Reeves County and Yoakum County in Texas positions it to gain sustainable growth in terms of reserves, production, revenues, and shareholder value.In June 2019, Houston American Energy and its partners completed frac operations on the Frost #1-H well in Yoakum County to bring it into production. The agreement enables Houston American Energy to take part in a new drilling program in the San Andres formationlast_img read more

KBR awarded first commercial license for Vinyl Acetate Monomer Technology

first_imgThe KBR-SDK VAM technology is backed by more than 40 years of know-how accumulated through the safe and stable operation of SDK’s ethylene based VAM unit KBR has been awarded a contract for Vinyl Acetate Monomer (VAM) technology by Shenghong Refining Petrochemical (Lian Yun Gang) . This is the first commercial VAM technology license secured under an alliance agreement between KBR and Showa Denko K.K. (SDK) to commercialize SDK’s VAM technology.Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide License and Basic Engineering Design for a 300 KTA VAM unit to be constructed in Lianyungang, China, as part of an integrated refinery and petrochemical complex.The KBR-SDK VAM technology is backed by more than 40 years of know-how accumulated through the safe and stable operation of SDK’s ethylene based VAM unit at the Oita Petrochemical Complex in Japan.“We are excited that Shenghong has selected KBR-SDK’s VAM technology,” said Doug Kelly, President, KBR Technology Solutions. “This award consolidates KBR’s position as a licensor of specialty chemicals technologies and strengthens our relationship with a key partner in Shenghong.”KBR also provided its phenol/acetone technology to Shenghong in 2019.KBR has more than 50 years of experience in providing technologies, flexible solutions and expertise that petrochemicals operators rely on to produce ethylene, propylene, acetyls, phenolics, vinyls and other specialty products from a variety of feedstocks, safely and efficiently. Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more

Sell’s Brent Alpha offshore platform arrives at Able UK port for dismantling

first_imgThe 17,000t Brent Alpha platform has been transported from the Brent field in North Sea to Able UK’s Teesside decommissioning yard The Brent Alpha platform has arrived at Able UK’s Teesside decommissioning yard. (Credit: Able UK Ltd) British industrial services firm Able UK has announced that the Shell’s Brent Alpha oil and gas platform has arrived at Able Seaton Port in the UK, in preparation for its dismantling and recycling.The 17,000 tonne Brent Alpha platform has been transported from the Brent oil and gas field in North Sea to Able UK’s Teesside decommissioning yard in North East England.Swiss-based offshore contractor Allseas’ Pioneering Spirit vessel has completed the removal of platform, located 186km off the northeast coast of the Shetland Islands.Brent Alpha is the third platform to be decommissioned from the Brent fieldThe Brent Alpha is the third of four platforms, after Delta and Bravo platforms, to be decommissioned from the Brent oil and gas field.Able UK founder and executive chairman Peter Stephenson said: “The Brent contract is just about the most prestigious oil and gas decommissioning project in the world.“As well as beginning work on the Brent Alpha, a further decommissioning contract will commence in July and from the middle of September, Able Seaton Port will be providing the installation base for the 90 Mitsubishi Vestas turbines that will comprise Innogy’s 857MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm.”The Brent Alpha platform consisted of a topsides structure supported by a steel six-legged jacket standing in 140 m of water.One of the biggest fields in the UK North Sea, the Royal Dutch Shell-operated Brent field is currently being decommissioned due to plunging recoverable oil and gas reserves.The Brent field comprised four large platforms namely, Alpha, Delta, Charlie, and Bravo.last_img read more

DNV GL launches hydrogen industry consortium to reduce carbon emissions from manufacturing

first_img DNV GL launches hydrogen industry consortium to reduce carbon emissions from manufacturing. (Credit: DNV GL) DNV GL has launched an international industry consortium in collaboration with Dutch glass production expert company Celsian to develop the technology required for a gradual transition from natural gas to hydrogen as a fuel in energy-intensive industrial production processes. The programme provides an important building block for the successful rollout of the sustainable hydrogen value chain.A major challenge for energy-intensive industrial production processes, for example in the glass, food and ceramic sectors, is to make existing heating processes carbon-free. As electrification is often not an option, a fast and sustainable route to reduce the carbon intensity for industrial heating processes is to substitute natural gas by hydrogen.“Existing burner and burner control technology to decarbonize industrial production processes are not yet market-ready, despite great interest and the advantages of hydrogen as a low carbon fuel in high-temperature industries. Our programme aims to have new burner concepts available within two years,” said Sander Gersen, project leader, DNV GL – Oil & Gas.The two-year programme is a unique collaboration in the introduction of hydrogen as a fuel for industrial use, aiming to contribute fundamental improvements to existing industrial heating processes to make the gradual transition from natural gas to hydrogen fast and cost-efficiently.The industry consortium comprises more than 30 private and public partners throughout the hydrogen value chain, including industrial end users, technology suppliers, fuel suppliers and traders, gas transport companies, knowledge institutes and the Dutch government.“Together with our partners, we are looking at how we can best integrate new technology in industrial processes and hydrogen value chains. At the same time, we are gathering data and practical experience by conducting field demonstrations in various industrial environments. Right now, we are laying the foundation at DNV GL’s laboratories in Groningen. Subsequently, we will prepare for a field demonstration where the new technology is integrated into the industrial production processes of participating companies” said Johan Knijp, country manager DNV GL – O&G Netherlands.The transition from natural gas to hydrogenThree important principles must be considered when switching from natural gas to hydrogen. Firstly, it is crucial that product quality is not affected. Therefore, in the first phase of the research strong emphasis is on understanding heat transfer from the hydrogen flame to the product. Secondly, security of supply during the transition is important – in other words, an end-user always wants to be able to switch back (temporarily) to natural gas. Finally, the solution should be relatively easy and cost-effective to integrate into existing installations.The programme’s proposed solution to reduce the carbon intensity of industrial energy consumption builds on the fuel adaptive burner concept recently developed by DNV GL and burner system manufacturer Zantingh. Where a traditional burner is only suitable for 100% natural gas, the fuel transition adaptive burner can handle any mix of natural gas and hydrogen. An installation equipped with this new burner concept is prepared for any change in the natural gas/hydrogen mix that will be offered in the coming years while maintaining safety, reliability and low emissions.From ambition to realityNationally and internationally, there is a lot of attention on hydrogen and its role in the energy transition. Both governments and private companies are investing significantly in this technology. In a recent survey of more than 1,000 senior oil and gas professionals conducted by DNV GL, one in five (21%) of the respondents revealed that their organization is already actively entering the hydrogen market, and more than half (52%) expect the gas to form a significant part of the energy mix within a decade.“Hydrogen is in the spotlight while the energy transition is moving at pace – and rightly so. But to realize its potential, both government and industry will have to make bold decisions. The challenge now is not in the ambition, but in changing the timeline: from hydrogen on the horizon to hydrogen in our homes, businesses and transport systems,” said Liv A. Hovem, CEO, DNV GL – Oil & Gas.“To reach the level where societies and industry can reap the benefits of hydrogen on a large scale, all stakeholders will need to pay immediate attention to demonstrating safety, enabling infrastructure, scaling up technology and stimulating the development of value chains through policy,” Hovem added.The first field demonstration is planned at Nedmag in Veendam (Netherlands), where magnesium salt is processed using high-temperature processes. Preparations for this test have already started. By the end of 2020, an oil stove at the plant will be to run on hydrogen obtained from the nearby Gasunie Hystock hydrogen production plant in Zuidwending. Source: Company Press Release New collaboration aims to reduce carbon intensity in goods manufacturing with hydrogenlast_img read more

New York’s $226bn pension fund warns of oil and gas divestment as it greens its portfolio

first_imgOil and gas divestment a ‘last resort’The announcement builds on the New York pension fund’s Climate Action Plan, which launched last year, setting out the initial steps it would take to “address climate risk in its portfolio”.It took action earlier this year for its interests in the thermal coal industry, confirming in June it had divested from 22 out of the 27 coal companies it assessed.The fund is now in the process of evaluating nine oil sands businesses, including Canada’s Suncor, Husky Energy and Canadian Natural Resources.“Divestment is a last resort, but it is an investment tool we can apply to companies that consistently put our investment’s long-term value at risk,” said New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, who oversees the fund.“We continue to assess energy-sector companies in our portfolio for their future ability to provide investment returns in light of the global consensus on climate change. Those that fail to meet our minimum standards may be removed from our portfolio.”New York State Senator Liz Krueger welcomed the announcement, saying it “sets a high bar” in an important year for climate action.She added: “The New York State Common Retirement Fund is the third-largest pension fund in the country, and when it takes action, people pay attention.”Sandy Buchanan, executive director of the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), echoed the sentiment, saying the decision “makes sense financially and displays bold leadership that should inspire other institutional investors the world over to follow suit”. The state pension fund says it will assess oil and gas firms’ climate-related investment risk and consider divestment if they fail to meet new standards Several major corporate investors have been putting pressure on energy companies to embrace climate commitments The New York state pension fund – one of the world’s largest, controlling $226bn in assets – has warned the oil and gas industry that it may pursue divestment from companies that are failing to act on climate change.It is in the process of developing “minimum standards” for investments in shale oil and gas, which are to be followed by new requirements for firms across the industry, including oil and gas equipment and service providers, storage and transportation specialists, as well as firms engaged in other forms of exploration and production.The fund, known formally as the New York State Common Retirement Fund, has also announced a broader goal to transition its entire investment portfolio to net-zero emissions by 2040.This will include a four-year review of its energy-sector portfolio, which will assess the “transition readiness and climate-related investment risk” of companies involved.center_img Investors are raising the stakes climate risksIt is the latest step in a growing effort by major investment vehicles to put pressure on energy companies to adapt to climate targets.Analysts have warned of the risk of “stranded assets” as the global energy system shifts away from fossil fuels, amid the rapidly-falling cost of renewables and accelerating policy action to decarbonise.Earlier this year, BlackRock, the world’s biggest asset manager which controls almost $7tn in assets, joined the Climate Action 100+ investor initiative, in the biggest signal yet that climate-related risks are a top priority for influential corporate shareholders.Some oil and gas companies have already responded to this changing landscape. European majors like BP and Shell have set out long-term plans this year to reach net-zero emissions by mid-century, although counterparts in the US have so far been slower to react.After a year in which the coronavirus pandemic has exerted huge financial pressure on the oil and gas industry, forcing many companies to slash budgets and make significant portfolio writedowns, the ability to access capital has become an even stronger growing concern.“We hope this commitment from the third largest-pension fund in the nation will help to inspire and ratchet up ambition across the broader investment community,” said Mindy Lubber, chief executive of the sustainability non-profit group Ceres.“All assets owners and managers need to strive for high-ambition goals that achieve net-zero emissions and manage climate risk at the portfolio and systemic levels.”last_img read more

Rents rising at quickest pace since 2011

first_imgRents across England and Wales increased by 3.4 per cent in December taking the average to £794 a month, according to latest buy-to-let index from Your Move and Reeds Rains.On an annual basis, rents increased in eight out of 10 regions led by the East of England with a rise of 7.8 per cent, London was up 6.3 per cent, and the East Midlands up 4.7 per cent. Rents dropped by 1 per cent in Wales and by 2.6 per cent in the South East.The figures also reveal that Yorkshire & Humber and West Midlands both saw rents reach a record high in December.The rent increases recorded in 2015 came about despite a month-on-month fall in the latest market rents, dropping 0.6 per cent between November and December.Average rents are now £22 per month below September’s all-time record high of £816pcm, reflecting a softening in tenant demand in the run-up to Christmas.A breakdown of the data reveals that six out of 10 regions monitored saw rents decline on a monthly basis, led by London, with rents down 1.6 per cent.By contrast, Wales saw a 1.8 per cent increase in rents. They also rose by 0.9 per cent in the South West, while Yorkshire and Humber and the West Midlands both saw a 0.3 per cent hike.Adrian Gill (left), Director of Reeds Rains and Your Move, commented, “The fact that the majority of tenants can afford higher rents is certainly good news, and should be seen as a positive indicator as we enter 2016. Yet over the longer term, higher rents also raise a serious challenge for the future affordability of housing in this country.”The index also revealed that the gross yield on a typical rental property in England and Wales, before taking into account factors such as void periods, dropped to 4.9 per cent in December, down from 5 per cent in November 2015. This is also marginally lower than the 5.1 per cent gross yield recorded in December 2014.Taking into account both rental income and capital growth, the average landlord in England and Wales has seen total returns of 11.3 per cent over the course of 2015, up from 10.4 per cent in the 12 months to November 2015 and the highest for a year.In absolute terms this means that the average landlord in England and Wales has seen a return of £21,110, prior to any deductions.Although rents are rising, they are not doing so at the same pace as the purchase market, but Gill believes that could soon change.“Rents have the capacity to rise faster,” he explained. “Gross yields have not been this low for more than five years. In the next couple of months, there will likely be a surge of investment ahead of the April deadline to beat the Chancellor’s new buy to let stamp duty surcharge but beyond that and into the rest of 2016, lower yields may cool investment from landlords.”Gill continued, “Slower growth in homes to let beyond April, in the face of a steady march of new demand from tenants, is likely to continue to push rents higher. There is some potential short term benefit to rising property prices. Conceivably, this might help some existing landlords to grow their portfolio, remortgaging to unlock fresh capital and continue to make use of low interest rates,’ he pointed out.“But over any period of time one thing is fundamental and that is that higher property prices will ultimately be expressed in higher rents, both of which demonstrate a shortage of housing in the UK.”rent increases average rents rents rents rising January 27, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles 40% of tenants planning a move now that Covid has eased says Nationwide3rd May 2021 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » Rents rising at quickest pace since 2011 previous nextHousing MarketRents rising at quickest pace since 2011Average rents in England and Wales rose by 3.4% in 2015.The Negotiator27th January 20160546 Viewslast_img read more

New PRS player mulls property portfolio deals worth £200m

first_imgA Scottish couple who have established one of the UK’s largest private rental property portfolios over just a few years say they have offered deals to buy more portfolios worth £200 million.Leanne and Graeme Carling (pictured, above), who already operate 350 properties in Scotland, recently revealed that they had the financial backing from UK banks and US financiers to increase their business to 5,000 units.The couple have been building up their property portfolio since 2008 as Carling Property Group but last week launched PRS. This new company says its goal is to quickly become the UK’s most dominant operator in the private rented sector.Graeme and Leanne say they want to hoover up properties from private landlords who have been squeezed by the recent changes in mortgage tax relief and wear and tear allowances.The Dundee-based couple’s offer appears to have hit the spot. Landlords have now offered the pair property portfolios worth £200 million and PRS, which has property maintenance, management and development arms, is now said to be mulling them over.Expansion mode“We are in full-on expansion mode and have been impressed by the businesses which have approached us, some of which we are seriously considering for purchase,” says Graeme Carling.“There are many landlords out there who are being squeezed by new tax and regulatory changes in the private rental sector.“It’s difficult right now to be renting private property without some sort of scale and investment behind you, which is where PRS Group comes in. I think that’s why we’re seeing so many people knocking on our doors.”Graeme and Leanne Carling property portfolio PRS Group Ltd August 30, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Housing Market » New PRS player mulls property portfolio deals worth £200m previous nextHousing MarketNew PRS player mulls property portfolio deals worth £200mScottish duo who already have 350-unit business say they are on way to achieving goal of 5,000.Nigel Lewis30th August 201801,615 Viewslast_img read more

Mother of disgraced letting agent pleads guilty to her part in £266,000 fraud

first_imgA second Cornish letting agent featured in a BBC TV investigation is facing jail after admitting helping defraud landlords and tenants of £266,000 over an eight -year period.Angela Treneer, 72, had originally denied four allegations of fraud but after discussions between her lawyer and the Crown Prosecution Service, she yesterday changed her plea.The charge that she later admitted to at Truro Crown Court is fraud by dishonestly abusing her position as a letting agent and receiving £110,000 personal gain from the fraud.Treneer is the mother of Elizabeth Treneer, 38. The pair co-owned Truro-based Premier Property Management (PPM) and Elizabeth has already admitted two counts of participating in a fraudulent business and perverting the course of justice.BBC investigationPremier Property Management was the subject of a BBC Inside Out investigation in late 2017 during which widespread abuses were highlighted by the mother and daughter including not returning deposits and failing to pay rent to landlords.Before the BBC programme gave the pair’s activity widespread publicity, PPM was referred to The Property Ombudsman by several landlords over unreturned deposits totalling £20,600. It was initially expelled from the scheme for two years, which was later extended after more cases came to light.Seven awards were eventually made by TPO against the company, none of which were ever paid and PPM was eventually struck off at Companies House.Both Elizabeth and Angela Treneer are to return to court later this month for sentencing and have been told to expect custodial sentences.Premier Property managment Angela Treneer Elizabeth Treneer April 9, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Mother of disgraced letting agent pleads guilty to her part in £266,000 fraud previous nextAgencies & PeopleMother of disgraced letting agent pleads guilty to her part in £266,000 fraudAngela Treneer and daughter Elizabeth have admitted guilt in fraud that took place over eight years at Premier Property Management in Truro, Cornwall.Nigel Lewis9th April 201902,089 Viewslast_img read more