This new build warehouse and offices in Oxfordshire was built at a cost of £1,833,730. Our extensive analysis and report identified capital allowances of £667,762 which represents a tax saving over time of £126,875 based on a Corporation Tax Rate of 19%.
This new build factory and offices in West Yorkshire was built at a cost of £2,817,128. Our analysis of the expenditure produced a capital allowances claim of £617,585 which represents at tax saving, over time, of £117,341 based of a Corporation Tax Rate of 19%
We analysed £3,557,674 of expenditure for the company which owns this distribution and logistics hub in Oxfordshire. This resulted in a capital allowances claim of £485,726 which represents a tax saving, over time, of £92,288 for a 19% Corporation Tax Payer.
Located in the North-West of England this was originally a new build food warehouse incorporating a large freezer unit. The total construction cost was circa £2.2m in 2009. The capital allowances we identified were circa £605k producing a tax saving, over time, of circa £120k for a 20% Corporation Tax Payer.
This case was slightly unusual as we assessed the internal freezer unit was a piece of plant in its own right meaning that its cost, allowing for indexation, could be claimed in its entirety. This boosted the overall claim significantly.
“We undertake capital allowances claims on many differing types of industrial property including new builds, second hand purchases and property re-developments.”