After several infringement notices, licence cancellations and orders to fix structural problems the Australian Tax Office has moved to wind-up a defunct Queensland builder.
Hayden Johnson, The Courier-Mail Subscriber only|December 6, 2019 1:00pm
TROUBLED Queensland building company Allure Homes has been ordered into liquidation following a Federal Court case launched by the Australian Tax Office.
An application to wind up Platinum Skills Training Pty Ltd, trading as Allure Homes, Allure Homes Cairns and Allure Homes QLD, was granted by the Federal Court on November 29.
The Australian Tax Office is a creditor of the company, but how much it is owed has not been revealed.
“We have issued all of our statutory notices and demands for records and report on the company affairs,” liquidator Michael Owen said.
“Unfortunately to date we have limited information.
“(We) expect to receive financial records from the company’s previous accountant by the end of this week at which time we will hopefully have a clearer position in regard to the financial position of the company.”
Platinum Skills Training ceased trading and had its builder licence cancelled in December 2018 after a litany of infringement notices, according to Queensland Building and Construction Commission records.