Capital Allowances in Office buildings

Do you own a commercial property in the UK?

Capital Allowances in Industrial Units / Factories

Are you a UK Tax payer?

Gym / Leisure building

If so, you may be eligible to claim
Capital Allowances

Bed and Breakfast / Hotel Capital Allowances

Tax relief of over 25% of the property’s original purchase and refurbishment price is frequently available.

Corporate Office Capital Allowances

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Capital Allowances available on hotels

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