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Property Investment and Development

Our passionate specialists have supported many significant domestic and overseas investor clients in UK commercial property.
Whether you are an investor or occupier, builder or developer, the property sector has experienced a lot of change recently. Our team are on hand to share their knowledge and expertise to help you make smart decisions, to prepare for future challenges on the horizon.
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Audit and Assurance
Tax
International services
Advisory
Audit and Assurance
  • Statutory audits
  • Reporting accountants
  • Royalty audits
  • Financial due diligence 
  • IFRS conversions
  • Management accounts
  • Internal audit
Tax
  • Tax Structuring
  • Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)
  • Capital Gains Tax (CGT)
  • Capital allowances
  • Inheritance Tax
  • VAT structuring
  • Tax due diligence
  • Employment Tax
  • Statutory compliance
  • Transfer pricing reviews
  • Research and Development
  • Tax Credits
International services
  • International tax structuring
  • Statutory compliance
  • International Social Security
  • Employer and employee tax compliance
Advisory
  • Shareholder and Director advisory
  • Forensic and fraud investigations
  • Business plans
  • Financial modelling
  • Valuations
  • Exit planning
  • IPO listing

Insights and news

This article provides a summary of some of the main points raised in the consultation for the new RPDT and the potential impact on developers.
The ATED charge, which applies to companies which own properties that are worth more than £500,000, is due to increase in line with inflation.
Budget outlook for property sees short term and medium term stimulation, but long term view still needed.
The 2% surcharge in respect of purchases of residential property by ‘non-residents’ is going to go ahead from April 2021.
This article provides a summary of some of the main points raised in the consultation for the new RPDT and the potential impact on developers.
The ATED charge, which applies to companies which own properties that are worth more than £500,000, is due to increase in line with inflation.
Budget outlook for property sees short term and medium term stimulation, but long term view still needed.
The 2% surcharge in respect of purchases of residential property by ‘non-residents’ is going to go ahead from April 2021.

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Caroline Fleet
Caroline Fleet
Partner, Head of Real Estate
London