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Investment spices up Durham pub


A run-down pub in Durham has been given a new lease of life. As part of an on-going expansion of its franchise-style Pub Partnerships scheme, which is aimed at regenerat- ing failing venues, Tavistock Leisure has invested around £500,000 to transform The Plough, at Haswell, into a 90-cover Indian restaurant.


The Mumbai Exemplary Indian Cuisine @ Haswell Plough, while owned and refurbished by Tavistock Leisure Ltd, will be run under tenancy by brothers Sabir, Thaher and Nasir Ahmed, who have operated a number of restaurants and takeaways in the North East.


“We are delighted to be working with Tavistock Leisure on such a prestigious project,” says Sabir Ahmed. “It’s a great location and we are confident we have produced a menu which caters for all tastes.”


Mumbai opened its doors in September and will rely heavily on locally sourced meat, fish and dairy products in- line with Tavistock’s commitment to supporting the region’s food producers.


Restaurants targeted in tax cheat crackdown


A new taskforce to tackle tax dodgers in restaurants in the South East and Solent has been launched by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). Taskforces are specialist teams that undertake intensive bursts of activity in specific high risk trade sectors and locations in the UK. The teams will visit traders to examine their records and carry out other investigations.


HMRC has launched 30 taskforces since May 2011. These are part of its strategy for reducing tax evasion, avoidance and fraud to raise an additional £7 billion each year by 2014/15.


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