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+ 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 Response: Reinvigorating commonhold

We submitted a response to the Law Commission's consultation on Commonhold.

4 Oct 2019

+ BPF Response: Leasehold ownership - buying your freehold or extending your lease

We responded to the Law Commission's consultation on the current law of enfranchisement.

4 Oct 2019

+ BPF Response: Leasehold Right to Manage

We responded to the Law Commission's consultation on the current law on Right to Manage (RTM).

4 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

+ BPF Response: Partial exemption and capital goods scheme

We responded to HMRC’s call for evidence on simplification of partial exemption and the capital goods scheme highlighting areas for simplification and modernisation of the schemes. 

1 Oct 2019

+ BPF Response: Consultation on BUILDING A SAFER FUTURE

We submitted a response to the Building a Safer Future consultation. This follows up how the Government should implement the recommendations of the Hackitt Review. The results of the consultation should be forthcoming in the Autumn and a Bill in the next Queen’s Speech.

30 Aug 2019

+ BPF response: Capital loss legislation

We responded to the government’s draft capital loss restriction legislation. We reiterated concerns that many businesses will not pay tax on their economic profit as a result of these rules – with the rules creating a cliff edge where gains and losses arise in different accounting periods. 

28 Aug 2019

+ UK Commercial Real Estate Economic Footprint

The British Property Federation commissioned planning and development consultancy Lichfields to analyse the economic footprint of the industry.This short report summarises the key findings from this research, focused around four broad themes: jobs and labour market, output and turnover, tax reven

23 Aug 2019
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