Case details for KONRAD BEESON


Name: Home Counties Construction Limited

Date of Birth: 29 / 1 / 1965

Date Order Starts: 1 / 2 / 2019

Disqualification Length: 3 Years 6 Month(s)

CRO Number: 08775847

Last Known Address: 25, Back Street, , Ashwell, Baldock, SG7 5PD

Conduct: Mr Konrad Beeson (“Mr Beeson”) caused Home Counties Construction Ltd (“Home Counties Construction”) to trade to the detriment of HM Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”) in respect of VAT from 7 May 2016 to at least 30 June 2017 and PAYE/NIC/CIS from at least 22 June 2016 to 31 August 2017, as follows: VAT

  • Home Counties Construction submitted the VAT returns for the quarters ending 03/16 and 06/16 without payment.
  • The VAT return for the quarter ending 09/16 was submitted on time albeit the payment was made late.
  • Home Counties Construction submitted the VAT returns for the quarters ending 12/16 and 03/17 without payment. HMRC raised a VAT assessment for the quarter ending 06/17 as no VAT return was submitted.
  • A payment was made in respect of the VAT return for the quarter ending 09/16 (£631). Home Counties Construction made one other payment from 7 May 2016 to 31 August 2017 for £2,500.
  • Surcharges totalling £5,278 were imposed for the quarters ending 06/16, 12/16 and 03/17.
  • The outstanding liability to the quarter ending June 2017 was at least £124,248. PAYE/NIC/CIS
  • Home Counties Construction made the required Real Time Information (“RTI”) returns in respect of PAYE/NIC/CIS. RTI was supplied to HMRC for 2016/17 and 2017/18 totalling £99,706. Payments of £23,749 were made against this leaving an outstanding liability of at least £75,656 (inclusive of penalty’s and interest totalling £753 but excluding an additional penalty of £300). Comparative treatment of HMRC and other creditors
  • At cessation of trade Home Counties Construction’s liability to HMRC totalled £222,555 from total liabilities of £288,906. At this date other creditors stood at £66,351.
  • An analysis of payments made from the bank account between 7 May 2016 and 26 January 2017 show that of total expenditure of £756,333. HMRC received £30,494, trade creditors received £216,005 and £204,724 was paid in wages. 

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