It has become apparent over the last few years that many accountants acting for businesses have not fully understood the capital allowances claims that could be made in respect of properties which have been purchased or leased by clients.

This has resulted in many cases in clients not claiming the capital allowances that they were entitled to.

Sole traders, partnerships and limited companies can apply, based on the evidence available, to HMRC to make the claims.

What We Do

Using our team of dual qualified surveyors and tax experts we can assess all your properties and past capital allowance claims to examine whether there are any possibility of claiming further capital allowances and procuring tax refunds from HMRC.

We operate on the basis of “No Win – No Fee” and there are absolutely no upfront costs.

All we need is your permission to deal with your accountants and the lawyers who handled the original property acquisition or lease.

How It Works

Firstly, you do not have to change accountants. All we need is your permission to work with your accountants and lawyers who handled the purchase or lease.

Secondly, there are no upfront costs. We operate on a “No Win – No Fee” basis and our fees are based on a percentage of the tax refunds or tax liability reduction actually obtained. So you have absolutely nothing to lose – we take all the risk.

What You Need To Do

All that you have to do is pick up the phone and call us on 0208 499 8050. We will discuss your case with you without obligation and arrange a visit to your site(s). We will then advise you if you have a potential further capital allowance claim.

Call us now on 0208 499 8050.

Who Might Be Interested

Any business which has acquired or leased properties in the last 20 years.

The sectors that are affected include (not exhaustive) businesses with:

  • Office complexes
  • Retail stores
  • Cold storage
  • Surgeries
  • Industrial units
  • Leisure facilities
  • Hotels
  • Transport facilities
  • Haulage and transfer stations
  • Nursing and residential homes
  • Warehouses
  • Depots
  • Workshops
  • Storage facilities