Today (21 February) sees the third and final webinar in our series on VAT and Property Development.
VAT and property development – self-builds, residential conversions and non-residential conversions Tuesday 21 February 2017, 12:30 In this webinar, Robert Warne (Head of VAT at Crowe Clark Whitehill) discusses the rules governing VAT refunds for DIY house builders on self-build new homes or non-residential conversions. He also considers conversions of buildings - particularly converting formerly commercial or previously unused buildings into residential properties or into a number of units and where the reduced rate of 5% may apply.
Missed either of the first two webinars in the series (details below)? You can register now for any of these three webinars and watch them on demand. Each webinar lasts for an hour and constitutes one unit of CPD where the content is relevant to your current or future role.
Introduction to VAT and property development In this webinar, Robert provided an introduction to the different VAT implications when building privately or commercially. He also provided an overview of the other two webinars in the series which will cover commercial development (with an emphasis on the need for VAT planning and guidance), the rules governing VAT refunds for DIY house builders on self-build new homes or non-residential conversions, and conversions of buildings.
VAT and commercial property development In this webinar, Robert discussed commercial development with emphasis on the need for VAT planning and guidance. Robert considered situations where a property developer wants to do brownfield rather than greenfield development; the implications for demolishing existing buildings completely versus extending an existing building; and where a developer wants to keep a property rather than sell it on.