Lamaha Gardens residents move to court to reclaim sold playground

Members of the Lamaha Gardens Community Cooperative Society yesterday said that they have moved to the court in an effort to reclaim the Lamaha Gardens playground they said was sold illegally to a private businessman.

The plot of land, located at 142 Durbana Square, was sold on January 13, 2013 to businessman Terrence Taljit for the sum of $25M and the residents claimed that the playground rightfully belongs to the community and was unlawfully sold and transported to Taljit.

At a specially convened meeting yesterday at the playground, members of the committee sought to …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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