Three Southampton businesses are currently named on a government list of deliberate tax defaulters.

HMRC’s Publishing Details of Deliberate Defaulters (PDDD) scheme publishes the companies who either make deliberate errors in their tax returns or do not comply with tax obligations.

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

The information is updated every few months and removed after one year.

The information below is listed on the government website on June 15.


Romeo Pizza

Business, trade, occupation: Takeaway

Address: Formerly of 3 Bedford Place, Southampton, SO15 2DB

Period of default: April 1, 2016 to June 30, 2019

Total amount of tax/duty on which penalties are based: £113,662.69

Total amount of penalties charged: £55,410.56


Hall Brickwork Limited

Business, trade, occupation: Brickwork

Address: Formerly of 65 Provene Gardens, Waltham Chase, Southampton, SO32 2RW and 5 Andrewes Close, Bishops Waltham, Southampton, SO32 1GY

Period of default: October 1, 2016 to June 30, 2020

Total amount of tax/duty on which penalties are based: £608,157

Total amount of penalties charged: £276,711.40


Raymond Leslie Petch

Business, trade, occupation: Builder

Address: 23A Thorold Road, Southampton, SO18 1HZ

Period of default: December 1, 2014 to October 22, 2019

Total amount of tax/duty on which penalties are based: £86,977.39

Total amount of penalties charged: £43,488.69

*Trading as ‘R Petch Groundworks’

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