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+ BPF response to Corporate Interest Restriction: Tax response to accounting changes for leases

We think that the accounting changes for leases and corporate interest restriction tax changes could be damaging for property intensive industries who will be more likely to suffer a tax restriction on what is in reality, a rental expense.

28 Feb 2018

+ BPF response to Lease accounting changes

Our response is particularly concerned that the interaction of the leases accounting changes with the recent tax changes to restrict tax relief on interest costs, could result in added complexity and denial of tax relief for property-intensive occupiers like retail and leisure.

28 Feb 2018

+ BPF response to the Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry into the 25 Year Environment Plan

We welcome the government’s long-term commitment to protecting and enhancing the UK’s variety of natural landscapes and habitats through the production and publication of the 25 Year Environment Plan.

28 Feb 2018

+ BPF response to Improving the use of planning conditions

Our response to MHCLG's consultation states that we welcome the implementation of best practice in the use of planning conditions but sets out a list of risks and challenges that the draft regulation entails. 

26 Feb 2018

+ BPF response to Taxing gains made by non-residents on UK immovable property

Our response focussed on the importance of tax exempt investors being able to achieve their exemptions whether the choose to invest directly in property or collectively with other investors.

16 Feb 2018

+ BPF response to MCIL2 Draft Charging Schedule

We are pleased to see the Mayor championing further infrastructure development in London, including Crossrail 2, which will play an essential role in adding much-needed capacity to London’s transport network and unlocking sites for new housing and economic development.

5 Feb 2018

+ BPF response to Historic England's Conservation Principles

We recognise that the content of this draft document does not represent a significant shift in Historic England’s Conservation Principles. However, the overall changes are positive making the document much easier to read and refer to by ensuring consistency with the terminology of the relevant planning policy.

5 Feb 2018

+ Property Leader Sentiment Survey 2017 - Findings

The British Property Federation (BPF) has collaborated with Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (GBI) and asked BPF members - property owners, investors and advisors - for their views on prospects for the UK’s economy and real estate sector in the year ahead and beyond.

2 Feb 2018

+ BPF response to Migration Advisory Committee’s International Students Call for Evidence

Our response outlined the economic and social importance of international students to the Student Accommodation sector, the Higher Education sector and for local regeneration.

26 Jan 2018

+ BPF response to the National Infrastructure Commission’s Consultation on a National Infrastructure Assessment

Key themes from our response centred around encouraging innovation in connectivity, coordination between regional mayors and central government to increase local growth, more balance in infrastructure investment across the country, provisions to provide quality infrastructure for new housing deve

12 Jan 2018
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