High Court bid to close firm

PUBLISHED: 00:58 21 May 2008 | UPDATED: 21:50 15 June 2010

THE company which said it hoped to offer a lifeline to Lyme Bay Holiday Village staff has been issued with a winding up petition over unpaid debts.

THE company which said it hoped to offer a lifeline to Lyme Bay Holiday Village staff has been issued with a winding up petition over unpaid debts.The petition, published in the London Gazette on May 13, was made against M2 Services, of Topsham, for debts owed to Brunel Design Group. The matter is listed to be heard in the High Court in July. Only last month the leisure operator said it planned to create a luxury spa at Seaton Heights, overlooking Seaton, and would be able to offer 20 jobs. But M2 Services' manager Nick Spysznyk said nothing had changed."We have committed close to a million pounds to get our plans for Seaton to planning," he said. We have put our money where our mouth is and we are here for the long term. "Of course there will still be jobs. We want to help the people at the holiday camp out. "It's a lovely site but it needs investment. We are totally committed to the town and do care. We have spent 18 months of hard work on it."Mr Spysznyk said that M2 Services wanted to settle the debt and did not want the dispute to continue. He said that, if residents had concerns, he would be happy to speak to them.


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