Dalyellup developer slammed as a “crook”

These signs were erected in December 2010 as frustrated residents waited for prepaid fencing and landscaping. THE Perth property developer who left dozens of frustrated Dalyellup residents in his wake was slammed in Parliament yesterday.
Nanjing Night Net

Ironbridge Holdings owner Ian Wallace was called a crook for his dealings with property owners in Dalyellup suburb The Tuarts.

Financial statements lodged late last year with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission show that a $1.64 million dividend was paid to interests associated to the Wallace family in 2009, leaving the company in deficit.

This dividend was paid while furious Dalyellup customers waited for prepaid fencing and landscaping.

An economics and industry standing committee report was delivered yesterday and committee member Bill Johnston described Mr Wallace as a crook.

The Bunbury Mail reported in January last year that Dalyellup residents waiting for fencing and landscaping could not let their children play outside and lived in fear of intruders wandering through their yards at night.

More details to come.

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