Carlauren Group

The Carlauren Group owns the Auckland House Hotel on the Isle of Wight and was in the process of developing the Ocean Hotel and Kings House in Sandown when it went into administration.

Administrators were appointed to with a remit to investigate the disappearance of more than £50m of investors’ money.

Below are articles relating to Carlauren Group.

Carlauren Group: Isle of Wight investors included in Group Action

Ocean View Hotel

At least 16 of the 55 investors in the Carlauren Group who have come forward are from the Isle of Wight, says the law firm organising the Group Action

Wednesday, 22nd January, 2020 4:38pm

By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments

20 made redundant as Isle of Wight hotel closes following scandal of hotel chain founder and missing £50m

auckland house hotel

Our thoughts are with the 20 staff from the Auckland House Hotel which has been closed following the collapse of Carlauren Group

Thursday, 19th December, 2019 2:30pm

By Sally Perry with 2 readers' comments

Petition calls on Isle of Wight council to clean up Sandown

Former ocean hotel development

Sally McConkey, of Cross Street, Sandown, set up a petition last week urging local authorities to take action because she says the town is currently in the worst state she has ever seen it.

Thursday, 11th July, 2019 3:15pm

By David Anderson, Local Democracy Reporter with 5 readers' comments

Isle of Wight council enforcement ‘looking into the situation’ of Carlauren’s derelict properties

Former ocean hotel development

The state of the Ocean Hotel and King's House, both owned by Carlauren Group are being looked in to by the Isle of Wight council's enforcement officer.

Thursday, 11th July, 2019 2:09pm

By David Anderson, Local Democracy Reporter

Isle of Wight beach club plans ‘on hold’ as structural issues discovered (update 2)

Exterior of the former Ocean Hotel with plasterboard piled up outside

Carlauren Group explain the situation with development at the former Ocean Hotel in Sandown. However their subsequent post to Facebook puts this into question.

Tuesday, 28th May, 2019 2:49pm

By Sally Perry