Fix up that shop and save cash

Weller, Arthur
July 2005
EG: Estates Gazette;7/2/2005, Issue 526, p128
Trade Publication
Focuses on the business premises renovation allowance scheme being proposed by the British government to provide capital allowances for the capital costs of renovating or converting unused business premises in disadvantaged areas. Requirements in order for a building to qualify for the scheme; Definition of qualifying expenditure; Qualifications of a landlord entitled to an income tax deduction.


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