Belvoir Castle estate is “named and shamed” for not paying legal minimum wage
The Duke of Rutland’s Belvoir Castle estate has today been named by the Government for failing to pay the National Minimum Wage to 57 workers.
The 16,000 acre estate near Grantham is alleged to have neglected to have paid 57 workers a total of £4,070.25.
Belvoir Castle has addressed and resolved the matter with HMRC.
The estate, which is the ancestral home of the Duke of Rutland and estimated to have an annual turnover of £6 million, has been named by business minister Nick Boles as part of an ongoing clampdown on companies that have not paid the legal wage.
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