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£170Bn Worth Of Properties In England & Wales Owned By Tax Dodging Companies

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£170bn worth of properties in England & Wales owned by tax dodging companies



Data from the Land Registry lets us see which buildings are owned by tax dodgers near where we live.


Pop in your postcode here, you'll be amazed what you find:http://******/1O0v9dn


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Owned by non residents.

If I was looking for revenue ID be putting a 10% tax on non resident owned property. 17bln raised without upsetting a voter.

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Owned by non residents.

If I was looking for revenue ID be putting a 10% tax on non resident owned property. 17bln raised without upsetting a voter.

Catch quite a few links to MPs and MPs' cronies though? - maybe even links to Dave and his pals?

Then how many MPS have interests in such non resident companies even at a non ownership level, directors, lobby targets etc?

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Near me there's a plot of land of about 1 acre, behind some houses, a long thin strip with no chance of getting anything built on if, even with an envelope of cash delivered to the council. Wonder why a company in the BVI would want this. Is it just for 'investment' purposes and to launder some dirty money?

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£170bn worth of properties in England & Wales owned by tax dodging companies

Data from the Land Registry lets us see which buildings are owned by tax dodgers near where we live.

Pop in your postcode here, you'll be amazed what you find:http://******/1O0v9dn

how much of that 170 billion is lease hold airspace ?

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On a related topic, how many "accidental" and small-time landlords are actually paying taxes on their profits?

How many of them are actually making a profit!!

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Looked at a couple near me and they look as though they may in fact be repos by the Bank of Ireland.

I have noticed a few owned by the governor of the bank of Ireland are they repos ? one that i have seen was actually up for rent

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