Case details for TIM DANBY



Date of Birth: 6 / 1 / 1989

Date Order Starts: 25 / 11 / 2022

Disqualification Length: 4 Years 0 Month(s)

CRO Number: 10867810

Last Known Address: 130 Shaftesbury Avenue,, , , , LONDON,, W1D 5EU

Conduct: Allegation amended 15/12/2021 as follows: Mr Danby caused Beachclub, to trade to the detriment of HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) in respect of Value Added Tax (“VAT”) and Pay as You Earn/National Insurance Contributions (“PAYE/NIC”) and local authorities in respect of business rates from at least 7 September 2017 resulting in tax and business rates liabilities of £740,355 (out of a total deficiency as regards to creditors of £849,179) at liquidation on 10 January 2019. In that: VAT • Beachclub’s turnover surpassed the threshold making it mandatory for it to register for VAT with HMRC by 18 September 2017. Beachclub was registered with HMRC in respect of VAT on 04 December 2017. • Beachclub failed to submit any VAT returns and make payments to HMRC as and when due • HMRC have submitted a claim in the amount of £319,522, for the period above, in respect of VAT made up of assessments in the amount of £314,641 and surcharges in the amount of £4,882. PAYE/NIC • Beachclub submitted its PAYE/NIC returns for the period from 06 March 2018 to 05 January 2019, upon which no payments were made. • HMRC submitted a claim in the amount of £144,735 in respectof Beachclub’s PAYE/NIC liabilities. HMRC’s claim in respect of PAYE/NIC was made up as follows: o £5,450 for tax year 2017/18, made up of £1,480 in respect of tax (PAYE) and £3,970 in respect of Class 1 NIC; and o £139,285 for tax year 2018/19, made up of £58,972 in respect of tax (PAYE), £80,272 in respect of Class 1 NIC and £41 in respect of Student Loan deductions. Business Rates • Beachclub traded from three addresses, the charges for business rates for the period 17 September 2017 to 10 January 2019 were £277,915. • Beachclub paid £5,150 in respect of business rates to two local authorities, at liquidation the total of £276,098 (including costs) remained outstanding Detrimental treatment • Between 21 September 2017 (bank account opened on 19 September 2017) and 10 January 2019, payments totalling £1,424,745 were paid from Beachclub’s bank account, excluding payments subsequently refused by the bank. • Of these monies, at least £966,858 was paid in respect of Beachclub’s trade and expense creditors (other than local authorities), at least £384,077 was paid to employees of Beachclub, at least £57,113 was paid to Mr Danby, at least £7,272 was withdrawn in cash and at least £3,574 was paid in interest and charges. During the same period nothing was paid to HMRC in respect of the Company’s VAT and PAYE/NIC liabilities and only £5,150 was paid to local authorities. 

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