A RESTAURANT in Hove has been named on a government list of tax defaulters.

HMRC’s Publishing Details of Deliberate Defaulters (PDDD) scheme provides information about people and businesses given financial penalties for failing to comply with tax obligations or deliberately filing errors in tax returns.

Details are published when a person or business has made at least one deliberate default on more than £25,000, according to HMRC.

The list is updated every three months and the information wiped after a year.

The current list of people and companies was updated today.

And Barcode, in Church Road, has been added to it.

The details are as follows:

Code Hove Ltd

  • Business, trade, or occupation: Restaurant
  • Address: Formerly of 128 Church Road, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 2EA
  • Period of default: 6 Nov 2015 to 31 Jul 2017
  • Total amount of tax/duty on which penalties are based: £111,437
  • Total amount of penalties charged: £63,309

The restaurant has been closed for several months.

The information above is listed on the government website on the day this story was published.

Staff at Barcode were approached for a comment.