Articles by Adam Cantwell-Corn
A huge new development is set to begin in South Bristol. However, there won't be a single affordable home. But this time it’s not developers trying to get around council targets.
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From major hotels and office blocks, to flats and single car parking spaces, hundreds of properties in Bristol are owned through companies based overseas. Most of these companies are based in tax havens, marked by secrecy and opportunities for dodging taxes or hiding the origins of their money.
Local pubs, hotels, flats and cinemas are owned by companies based in tax havens.
Twenty-eight properties owned by Bristol City Council are being leased to companies based in secretive tax havens, an investigation by the Cable reveals.
Public land is being sold to developers – but the vast majority will be unaffordable for key workers.
Council plans to work with the government’s Immigration Enforcement to detain and remove European rough sleepers from the UK has been thrown into doubt.
Documents obtained by the Cable show the council plans for removing immigrant rough sleepers
Joint operations between the council and Immigration Enforcement have been ongoing for at least two years
The plans would have hit 16,000 of the poorest households.