The entertainment and leisure investment company said parties involved in the settlement had agreed to extend the September 5 deadline to September 11 in order to negotiate an amendment to the settlement agreement, including an extension of the standstill period.
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The project was given the original deadline by the Delaware bankruptcy court to take steps, such as hiring a new contractor, to recommence construction on the project, which ran into legal difficulties when building contractor Mammoet-Starneth walked off the project in May 2017 and filed for bankruptcy in December.
Challenger also said in the announcement that it had allotted 47,593,700 new ordinary shares of £0.01 each comprising 47.5mln shares for the conversion of £95,000 of the remaining original convertible notes issued in 2015 and a further 93,700 shares in relation to interest on this convertible note.
The firm added that the shares were expected to be admitted to trading on 12 September.