Dr Mary Young recently advised investigative journalists from the Bristol Cable of an aggressive tax avoidance technique used by a Bristol property firm. ‘REVCAP, the financiers behind the controversial development of the Greenbank Chocolate Factory in Bristol, are connected to entities in low tax jurisdictions such as Jersey, the Isle of Man and the Cayman Islands’, says Adam Cantwell-Corn from the Bristol Cable.

Since the article was published, on 30 November at a planning hearing, Bristol Council voted to defer the decision on the housing development – mainly due to the concerns the Dr Young and the Cable raised.

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