Property tax advice and planning

Guide to Residential Property Letting

Buying, selling, occupying or developing property? If so, a Bishops property expert could help minimise your tax liabilities.

Property tax is a complex and constantly changing area, and the law can be obscure on issues relating to it. With property ownership widespread throughout the UK, tax issues can have a significant impact on individuals as well as the many businesses related to the property industry. Effective tax planning is a serious challenge for anybody investing in property or companies that either develop or manage properties.

We’ve recognised the complexities of this area and have an in-house dedicated property tax team to help and guide clients. Our team can advise on:

  • Capital allowances, such as those during refurbishment and development
  • Property ownership structure advice
  • Revenue tax relief and tax efficient funding
  • Land remediation tax relief
  • Stamp duty tax relief
  • Property inheritance tax planning advice and capital gains
  • Maximising recoverable VAT
  • HMRC negotiations related to property tax
  • Non-domicile property tax issues

Property Tax Specialists

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Simon Halliwell
Associate Director

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David Evans

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Chris Parker ACA CTA


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