We can give you the best advice on your property deal.

It’s important to check that property deals are structured correctly and in the most tax efficient way possible. If you’re considering a property deal, we can help to ensure that all the tax implications are fully covered.

Bishop Fleming is recognised as a leading property tax firm. We’ve got the commercial acumen and the tax expertise to know how to not only safeguard your investment, but also make the tax system work in your favour.

We can advise on:

  • Buying and selling leasehold and freehold property
  • Assigning or granting a lease
  • Property portfolios within a group of companies
  • Transactions between associated or connected parties
  • Property investment
  • Property development
  • International aspects
  • Surrenders and variations of leases
  • Sale and leaseback

Our specialist Property Tax Advice Team


Our teams will make sure you’re getting the best property tax advice

There are a number of tax issues that can arise in buying and selling land and buildings, as well as when renting or developing property. Bishop Fleming can help to steer you through the minefield of tax legislation, and make sure you only pay the tax you’re due to.

Property tax is a highly specialised area. We have the in-house resources to advise on such issues as:

  • Income and Corporation Tax
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Inheritance Tax
  • VAT
  • Stamp Duty Land Tax
  • Capital Allowances
  • International Tax
  • Compliance issues with HMRC
  • Construction Industry Scheme
  • Business rates

We’ll always keep in mind the outcome you’re looking for: we’ll consider how the taxes interact with each other to guarantee your project doesn’t have any unintended consequences.


Property Tax Advice News


Enveloped Dwellings – have you reviewed your ATED valuations?

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The Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) regime is 5 years old this April, but not many people will be wishing it Happy Birthday. As a reminder, this iniquitous tax (all views my own!) applies […]

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New Stamp Duty in Wales from 1 April 2018

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Wales’ next steps to raising its own taxation takes place on 1 April 2018 when Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is replaced by a Welsh Land Transaction Tax (LTT). Landfill Tax is also being replaced […]

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