WHAT ARE CAPITAL ALLOWANCES?

Capital Allowances are a valuable form of tax relief available to anyone incurring capital

expenditure buying, building or making adjustments to a commercial property.

Put simply, it's a way for the owners of commercial property to effectively reduce their tax bills.

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE?

If you're a UK tax payer and own a commercial property, we'll

almost certainly be able to secure you a significant tax benefit because of unclaimed Capital Allowances.

According to research, more than 9 in 10 owners of UK commercial property — from the smallest newsagent to a 30-storey office block — will be due a tax benefit from HMRC as a result of unused Capital Allowances tax relief.

The average claim is around £125,000, with the biggest in the tens of millions.

TYPE OF BUILDINGS

 

Examples of properties on which Capital Allowances can be claimed include:

  • Hotels and B&Bs

  • Nursing and residential
    homes

  • Dental and GP surgeries

  • Factories and industrial
    units

  • Filling stations and
    garages

  • Depots and warehouses

  • Haulage yards and
    transport facilities

  • Offices and retail stores

OUR SERVICES

There are no up-front costs and best of all, we’ll only charge you a fee once we have identified previously unclaimed Capital Allowances - so there’s nothing whatsoever to lose.

Watch the video or contact us to find out more.

CASE STUDIES

DENTAL PRACTICE

DENTAL

PRACTICE

CASE STUDY

  • Claim consisted of water, heating, air con and electrical installations for new dental centre

  • Client received £68k in Capital Allowance tax relief, equating to 67% of original spend

OFFICE SPACE

OFFICE

BLOCK

CASE STUDY

  • Claim consisted of mechanical, protective and security installations for new 5 storey office block & basement

  • Client received circa £3m in Capital Allowances which equated to 25% of the property value

NURSING HOME

NURSING
HOME

CASE STUDY

  • Claim consisted of installation of new lift, protective and specialist installations

  • Client received £172k in Capital Allowance tax relief