Assets seized in Cotswold Water Park case
COTSWOLD Water Park Trust can seize almost £1m from former fraudster boss.
The charity has won a civil case against ex-chief executive of the then Cotswold Water Park Society Dennis Grant.
The High Court handed Grant, 64, a judgement and froze his assets.
Trust solicitors can now pursue assets belonging to Grant and his wife, including their marital home.
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Grant, jailed last year after admitting plundering £660,792, used some of his ill-gotten gains to buy three plots of land in Northern Cyprus and luxury cars including an Aston Martin Vantage. He conned the charity for two years before being exposed by then financial controller Tasha Flaherty.
Trust managing director Matthew Millett said: "The Trust anticipates only a small proportion of the judgement sum will be recovered. It is hoped significant progress can be made in early 2013."