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Dubai Damac chairman Sajwani sentenced to jail by an Egypt Court

Posted by 7starsdubai on May 13, 2011


Dubai Developer Damac Chairman Mr Sajwani was sentenced to five years’ jail, fined 242 million Egyptian pounds (Dh149.5m) and ordered to return land to the Egyptian government.

Mr Sajwani was convicted “in absentia” because he was not present for the trial in Egypt.

“As the prosecution and conviction of Mr Sajwani were totally improper, the sentence, fine, order to return the Gamsha Bay land to the state and Interpol arrest request constitute a breach of the bilateral investment treaty between Egypt and the United Arab Emirates, whose purpose is to protect investments of UAE investors in Egypt,” Damac said in a statement

continiue reading source The National

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Damac breaking Dreams

Posted by 7starsdubai on August 17, 2009



The comments shown below are in response to an article published in Construction Week online and show an extrac of what Dubai Real Esate investors think of Damac and the CEO Peter Riddoch:

comment: straks  (Jul 8, 2009)  United Kingdom

no longer to be trusted
Damac have not paid out the correct compensation, FAR FROM IT and regardless of what Damac ‘claim the contract says. Also building still not fully complete and verging on dangerous with lifts not working and fire escapes not safe. Incidently another thing you might want to ask Mr Riddoch – it turns out that the apartments were NEVER OVERSIZED IN THE FIRST PLACE so where did the excess area charges come from – TOTAL FRAUD and a diversion so owners were to o busy fighting that cause and not noticing the compensation issue and also too tired to fight that as well. I hope, for Dubai’s sake Damac are told to get their ‘house in order’ by the ruler and we can get the quality of apartment we were promised and expected in Dubai

comment: an annoyed investor (Jul 7, 2009)Dubai United Arab Emirates

Peter riddock damac
Damac are technically insolvent, if they operated in Europe thye would have filed for bankruptcy prior to economic crash

Comment: SANDRAJJACOBS (Jul 2, 2009)STAFFORD UK United Kingdom

SIZE VARIATION IN LAKE VIEW jlt dUBAI
Whilst having being notified by Damac of a refund for the above, can anyone please advise why they are not paying it 4 months on, and still no sign of the refund

Comment: navas (May 23, 2009)uk United Kingdom

Fair coverage?
The reporter should do a follow-up interview with a representative of the disgruntled investors to get fair coverage on both sides. Site photos should also show proof of who is really telling the truth. How about it, Mr. Conrad Egbert???

Comment: Neil Roberts (May 22, 2009)Abu Dhbai United Arab Emirates

DAMAC management and interpol
I have heard that interpol have been contacted about alleged fraudulant sales of DAMAC properties does anyone know if this is true?

Comment: Stay Away from Damac (May 21, 2009) Dubai United Arab Emirates

Stay Away from Damac
Peter Riddoch needs to open his dictionary again and read the definition of ‘ETHICS’. This company is totally unethical and I am an unfortunate owner of one of the units in the Lake View tower. My advice to investors: Stay away from Damac.

Comment: Nas001 (May 20, 2009) United Kingdom

Lake View Lies!
I have read all the comments by Peter Riddoch who is very economical with the truth. The reality is that DAMAC bullied me into signing my legal rights away by refusing to hand my keys even when I called the police, they have refused to pay me adequate compensation as per my contract, their building is far from complete despite their blatant lies that Lake View was handed over at end of 2008. Perhaps Mr Riddoch can explain why his company sent letters to ALL investors in MARCH 2009 inviting us to take possession then if he claims Lake View was ready in 2008??? The staff have zero customer service skills and are an extention of theie CEO. What a pathetic disgraceful company. I will never do business with this company.

Comment: Joe (May 18, 2009)Kildare Ireland

Lake View
I think damac are a joke, they try to extract as much money out of people as possible for a bad customer service, bad work, late projects, bullyboy tactics, projects that dont represent what was sold to people. They really bring Dubai’s reputation. We wouldnt touch damac again and advise everyone else to run a mile from them

Comment: dont invest in damac (May 18, 2009) motherwell, United Kingdom

lake view
Amy1 is right We have a forum on http://www.skyscrapercity.com if anyone wants to see the 400+ happy customers!The full building is a joke it looks like something out of a council development ready for demolition. Damac Breaking Dreams………..maybe an idea for a new slogan……

read more also  Palm Springs Damac Investors Group

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Damac Dubai – Investigation – Personal data of thousands compromised

Posted by 7starsdubai on June 6, 2008


original published: Arabian Business
http://www.arabianbusiness.com/521308-damac-clients-information-offered-on-ebay

Dubai 06.June.2008
Damac Properties has launched an investigation into how thousands of its customers personal details ended up for sale on Ebay for 750 pounds ($1,466), a senior company official told ArabianBusiness.com on Thursday.

Ten copies of a database with personal information on over 8,000 of the Dubai-based developer’s customers were put on the website on May 28.

According to the posting, the database includes information such as email addresses and phone numbers of “investors, VIPs, agents and high net worth individuals based in Dubai and across the world”.

“This database is highly sought after by every financial institution in the region and is worth millions,” the posting says.

The posting has since been removed following a flurry of complaints by investors.

Nile McLoughlin, senior vice president of corporate communications at Damac, said the company took customer confidentiality “very seriously” and a “comprehensive investigation” was taking place.

“We are aware of the auction taking place on Ebay and we have had the item removed from the site,” McLoughlin said.

“A comprehensive investigation is taking place and the relevant action will be taken as an outcome of this investigation.”

The incident comes less than two months after the saga surrounded the high profile cancellation and subsequent reinstatement of Damac’s Palm Springs project on the Palm Jebel Ali.

Original offer Ebay was:

Damac Ebay !!!!

Some joker is selling on ebay an excel file with all Damac’s customers details on!!!!!

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/DUBAI-PROPERTY…QQcmdZViewItem

‘I have the most exclusive database of over 8,000 customers, investors, VIP’s, agents and high net worth individuals based in Dubai and across the world who have already invested and want to invest further in the UAE and region properties market.

List includes customers of Damac Properties the middle easts larget private developer!

This database is complete with contact details, email addresses, phone numbers and personal information.

The databse comprises of people who have invested in the properties market in Dubai and middle east.

This database is highly sort after by every financial institution in the region and is worth millions.

This offer is genuine and you will not be dissapointed. I will deliver the complete database in excel format’

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Damac Palm Spring Scandal – Investors are still uniformed about Details

Posted by 7starsdubai on May 14, 2008


May, 12. 2008

Damac recently wrote to investors to confirm the construction of Palm Springs on the new plot allocated by Nakheel. Without doubt, RERA has rightfully flexed its muscles to ensure that the Palm Springs development has become re-instated. The Palm Springs Group sees the re-instatement as an opportunity for all involved to promote a healthy, transparent, and collaborative environment in the Dubai real estate industry.

“We are delighted that RERA, Nakheel, and Damac are now unanimous in their support of the development and we look forward to working collaboratively with Damac in the successful execution of the project.”

Furthermore, the letter to Damac has asked for details of the re-instated project, including apartment plans and construction timelines, as well as monthly updates through to project completion.

It is heartening to hear the CEO of RERA, Marwan bin Ghalita recently state that “we cannot let people promise and not deliver in Dubai” – this sends out the right signal to investors and developers alike and bodes well for the continued the growth of Dubai real estate industry.

Damac have finally sent written confirmation of the re-instatement of Palm Springs to investors. Whilst the Palm Springs Group is pleased with this development, the communication merely rubber stamps what has already been issued to the press.

The main concern now for investors is that Damac confirm in writing details of the project, such as the plan specification, build quality, start and handover dates, and whether it is in keeping with the original contract.

April 14, 2008
One investor commented, “we will be writing to Nakheel and Damac requesting them to disclose the new plot handover date and details of any planned changes as a matter of urgency” She went on to say that the Group intend to monitor developments to ensure that any changes are compliant with the contract provisions. It is possible that investors may request a meeting with Damac to get clarification of the details and to iron out any concerns.

Barring any nasty surprises contained in the ‘detail’ of the re-location of Palm Springs, it would seem that both investors and Damac will soon be able put their differences behind them and look forward to the dream that was, and hopefully is, Palm Springs. Let’s hope Nakheels’s and RERA’s role in helping to resolve the crisis serves to strengthen the reputation of Dubai real estate.

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Damac Palm Springs Investors still await for the Detail

Posted by 7starsdubai on April 24, 2008


original published
http://damaconcovered.wordpress.com/

April, 24. 2007

Damac have finally sent written confirmation of the re-instatement of Palm Springs to investors.

Whilst the Palm Springs Group is pleased with this development, the communication merely rubber stamps what has already been issued to the press.

The main concern now for investors is that Damac confirm in writing details of the project, such as the plan specification, build quality, start and handover dates, and whether it is in keeping with the original contract.

One investor commented, “we will be writing to Nakheel and Damac requesting them to disclose the new plot handover date and details of any planned changes as a matter of urgency” She went on to say that the Group intend to monitor developments to ensure that any changes are compliant with the contract provisions. It is possible that investors may request a meeting with Damac to get clarification of the details and to iron out any concerns.

Barring any nasty surprises contained in the ‘detail’ of the re-location of Palm Springs, it would seem that both investors and Damac will soon be able put their differences behind them and look forward to the dream that was, and hopefully is, Palm Springs.

Let’s hope Nakheels’s and RERA’s role in helping to resolve the crisis serves to strengthen the reputation of Dubai real estate.

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Second Dubai Damac Project – Haz Tower Business Bay canceled – Another U-turn…. (Damac project now back on track ?)

Posted by 7starsdubai on April 11, 2008


United Arab Emirates: Thursday, April 10 – 2008 at 10:13

UAE-based property developer Damac yesterday said its Haz Tower project in Dubai’s Business Bay is back on track following complaints by investors, reported Gulf News. After learning that the developer had planned to cancel the project, around 10 investors yesterday met officials at the Land Department to complain against the company. Following the meeting, Niall McLoughlin, senior vice-president of corporate communications at Damac, said the project is ‘definitely going ahead’. This latest showdown arises just a week after Damac came under fire for cancelling the Palm Springs project on the Palm Jebel Ali. Damac, the largest private sector developer in the UAE, has launched 80 projects but handed over only two so far.

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Damac Properties appears poised to formally announce the reversal of its decision to axe the Palm Springs project, according to investors.

Posted by 7starsdubai on April 10, 2008


original published: Arabian Business 10.April 2008

http://www.arabianbusiness.com/516215-damac-properties-appears-poised-to-formally-announce-the-reversal-of-its-decision-to-axe-the-palm-springs-project


Investors have said they stand to lose million of dirhams after the Dubai-based developer cancelled the 25-storey beachfront development last month on the Palm Jebel Ali, offering compensation below current market value.

The saga has been widely reported in the international media, creating bad publicity for Damac in key markets it is looking to attract investment from, such as the UK.

Investors said they received calls earlier this week from Damac informing them the Palm Springs project is to be re-instated, according to a statement on the website of a Palm Springs investors group.



The project will be located on the new plot provided by master developer Nakheel, with some possible changes to building plans, the statement says.

Niall McLoughlin, senior vice president of corporate communications at Damac, said in a statement emailed to ArabianBusiness.com on Thursday that the developer would shortly announce a decision on the project.

“We have been in contact with our customers in relation to Palm Springs and will be making a formal statement in due course. As soon as I am in a position to comment, we will contact you directly,” McLoughlin said, without giving further details.

Damac had said the cancellation of the project five years after launch was due to “redevelopment of the plots”, stating that the development “cannot be situated on the re-allocated plot”.

However, this explanation was brought into question when Palm Jebel Ali master developer Nakheel said it had informed investors of changes to the masterplan over 10 months ago.

A group of more than 60 UK-based investors are threatening to take Damac to court unless the developer reverses its decision and continues with construction.

The group, which last month stormed the London launch of Damac’s Jumeirah Village South project, has given the developer until April 11 to change its mind or face legal action.

Damac also changed its mind about the cancellation of its Haz Tower in Business Bay on Wednesday, after investors complained about its plans to pull the project, UAE daily Gulf News reported.

The Haz Tower was launched in July with a value of around 240 million dirhams. The tower is now worth an estimated 660 million dirhams, the newspaper said.

Reason for axing Palm Springs questioned
Palm Jebel Ali master developer Nakheel ‘very surprised’ at Damac project cancellation.

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Nakheel distances itself from Damac – Jebel Ali Palm Project Palm Springs

Posted by 7starsdubai on April 4, 2008


source Gulf News

Dubai -Uncertainty surrounds Damac’s cancellation of its Palm Springs project as master-developer Nakheel, which is building the Palm Jebel Ali where the project was initially planned, saying it was not informed of Damac’s decision to cancel.

Marwan Al Qamzi, managing director of the Palm Jebel Ali, said Damac’s decision came as a surprise and Nakheel learned of it through the media.

“We are very surprised by the statements made by Damac suggesting that the reasons for the cancellation of its Palm Springs project are due to revisions in the Palm Jebel Ali masterplan,” said Al Qamzi.

“The Palm Springs plot was relocated to a prime position due to widening of the crescent,” he said.

“Our last interaction with Damac took place in February this year and was one of positive engagement.

It left us with the firm view that Damac was proceeding with the project. We are extremely disappointed by this recent development,” said Al Qamzi.

Al Qamzi said that the revised masterplan allowed for significant improvements in the design.

Nakheel has sold other plots of land on the crescent of Palm Jebel Ali to Damac. Al Qamzi said it was now the responsibility of Damac to ensure the delivery of any units it has sold within these plots to customers.
Revisions to the Palm Jebel Ali masterplan were communicated to investors more than ten months ago.

“From Nakheel’s perspective, Damac’s cancellation of the Palm Springs project must be linked to other development issues specifically related to the project,” said Al Qamzi.

Damac was unavailable for comment.

Read Also …. Glitzy Dubai Developer closes the door……..

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