An offer has been made for Alan Hardy’s struggling interior fit out firm, Paragon Interiors.
In an official statement Hardy said: “Further to media reports earlier today, I am delighted to confirm that there has been significant interest and I understand a substantial offer made, to buy Paragon Interiors.
“Naturally, due to the nature of the situation I am not privy to any details with regards the valuation and cannot offer further speculation.
“However, what I do know and can say with pride is that the interested party is a very credible and hugely professional organisation and has brilliant plans for the business.
“I am confident that they are exactly the right people to make this wonderful business great once again.”
Alan Hardy released the statement after an interview with the Press Association was made public, in which he claimed Nottingham interior fit out firm Paragon Interiors was sold for “diddly squat.”
Richard Pinder, Sean Williams and Alex Cadwallader from Leonard Curtis Business Rescue & Recovery were revealed as joint administrators of the interior fit out business last week.
90 jobs were put at risk as a result of the move.