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+ BPF Accelerated Planning Manifesto

This manifesto contains industry perspectives on the practical ways in which the existing planning system can be made more efficient, as well as focusing on specific areas of the system that deserve greater attention from central government.

4 Dec 2019

+ CVA Briefing 2019

Our briefing on CVA’s sets out our primary concerns with the way in which Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) are currently being used.

4 Dec 2019

+ BPF Response: OECD ‘GloBE Pillar Two’ proposals

We responded to the OECD’s ‘GloBE Pillar Two’ consultation, which proposes to enable countries to tax profits where they have otherwise been taxed below a ‘minimum rate’.

3 Dec 2019

+ BPF Manifesto

The British Property Federation’s general election manifesto sets out the importance of real estate to life in the UK, and our desire to forge a new partnership with the next Government to recognise the role of the property industry in underpinning a successful and productive economy, supporting communities, nurturing a diverse workforce and unlocking sustainable, inclusive growth across the country. Read the manifesto here.

28 Nov 2019

+ Summary of General Election manifestos

This summary provides an at-a-glance guide to the policy commitments made by the UK’s national political parties. They are taken from party manifestos published by the Conservative Party, Labour Party, the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party.

28 Nov 2019

+ REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES - SEPTEMBER 2019

Read a summary of the perspectives and feedback received through the BPF’s September 2019 Regional Property Forums.

8 Nov 2019

+ BPF Response: NRCGT, property rich fund regulations

We submitted comments to HMRC on the draft NRCGT regulations relating to the treatment of property rich funds. We made a number of recommendation to ensure that there are no technical barriers to eligible investors making appropriate elections.

31 Oct 2019

+ BPF response: disclosure of cross border arrangements

We responded to HMRC's consultation on regulations that will require disclosure of certain cross-border arrangements that could be used to avoid or evade tax, as part of an EU directive known as DAC 6. Arrangements will be reportable from July 2020 and some transactions from June 2018 will be in scope. 

16 Oct 2019

+ BPF Response: Electric vehicle charge points in residential and non-residential buildings

We responded to the government (DfT) consultation on mandating the provision of electric vehicle charge points in residential and non-residential buildings.

9 Oct 2019

+ BPF evidence: Inquiry into Leasehold Reform

We gave evidence to the Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee’s inquiry into leasehold reform.

4 Oct 2019
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