Case details for Kirkham ROBINSON

Name: Kirkham ROBINSON

Name: BRUNCH BOX LTD

Date of Birth: 21 / 4 / 1981

Date Order Starts: 5 / 4 / 2022

Disqualification Length: 11 Years 0 Month(s)

CRO Number: 12077623

Last Known Address: , , , , ,

Conduct: On 29 September 2020 Kirkham Robinson (“Mr Robinson”) caused and/or allowed Brunch Box Limited (“Brunch”) to fraudulently apply for a Bounce Back Loan (“BBL”) totalling £50,000 when he knew or ought to have known that Brunch was not eligible for the loan, with the result that the company received funds it was not entitled to: • The Bounce Back Loan criteria allowed a company to borrow between £2,000 and a maximum of £50,000 based on 25% of the company’s turnover. Where trade had commenced after 01 January 2019, a BBL was restricted to 25% of estimated turnover for the period of 12 months after it had started to trade. • The funds could only be used to provide economic benefit to the company and not for personal purposes. • The eligibility criteria was that a business was established and actively trading at 01 March 2020. Brunch was incorporated on 01 July 2019 and is stated to have started trading in January 2020. • Brunch opened a bank account on 24 July 2019, a review of the account shows the account was not used until 26 June 2020. Between 24 July 2019 and 29 September 2020, the date the BBL was applied for, Brunch did not receive any monies into the bank account in respect of turnover. • In the BBL application form dated 29 September 2020 the annual estimated turnover for Brunch was stated to be £220,000. As trade had commenced in January 2020 and Brunch had no turnover in the nine months to September 2020, Brunch would have needed to turn over £220, 0000 in the remaining three month period in order to achieve the turnover as stated in the BBL application. He therefore knew, or ought to have known, that the figure of £220, 000 was false. • On 30 September 2020 a bounce back loan of £50,000 was paid into Brunch’s bank account. • Between 30 September 2020 and 19 March 2021 payments totalling £16,500 were made to him and payments totalling £18,250 were made to his co-director. These payments were not made for the economic benefit of the company. • Creditors at the date of liquidation are £53,000 comprising of the £50,000 Bounce back loan and £3,000 stated to be owed to the directors. 

This information is correct as at 16 / 3 / 2022


Name: Martin HARRIOTT

Name: BRUNCH BOX LTD

Date of Birth: 18 / 5 / 1981

Date Order Starts: 5 / 4 / 2022

Disqualification Length: 11 Years 0 Month(s)

CRO Number: 12077623

Last Known Address: 2 Staynton Crescent,, , , , HUDDERSFIELD,, HD2 1RL

Conduct: On 29 September 2020 Martin Harriott (“Mr Harriott”) caused Brunch Box Limited (“Brunch”) to fraudulently apply for a Bounce Back Loan (“BBL”) totalling £50,000 when he knew or ought to have known that Brunch was not eligible for the loan, with the result that the company received funds it was not entitled to: • The Bounce Back Loan criteria allowed a company to borrow between £2,000 and a maximum of £50,000 based on 25% of the company’s turnover. Where trade had commenced after 01 January 2019, a BBL was restricted to 25% of estimated turnover for the period of 12 months after it had started to trade. • The funds could only be used to provide economic benefit to the company and not for personal purposes. • The eligibility criteria was that a business was established and actively trading at 01 March 2020. Brunch was incorporated on 01 July 2019 and is stated to have started trading in January 2020. • Brunch opened a bank account on 24 July 2019, a review of the account shows the account was not used until 26 June 2020. Between 24 July 2019 and 29 September 2020, the date the BBL was applied for, Brunch did not receive any monies into the bank account in respect of turnover. • In the BBL application form dated 29 September 2020 the annual estimated turnover for Brunch was stated to be £220,000. As trade had commenced in January 2020 and Brunch had no turnover in the nine months to September 2020, Brunch would have needed to turn over £220, 0000 in the remaining three month period in order to achieve the turnover as stated by him in the BBL application. He therefore knew, or ought to have known, that the figure of £220, 000 was false. • On 30 September 2020 a bounce back loan of £50,000 was paid into Brunch’s bank account. • Between 30 September 2020 and 19 March 2021 payments totalling £18,250 were made to him and payments totalling £16,500 were made to his co-director. These payments were not made for the economic benefit of the company. • Creditors at the date of liquidation are £53,000 comprising of the £50,000 Bounce back loan and £3,000 stated to be owed to the directors. 

This information is correct as at 16 / 3 / 2022



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