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Confirmed Withdrawal of Zero Rating for Approved Alterations to Listed Buildings

Update by Chient + Tait

HMRC has disappointingly confirmed that the proposed VAT changes to remove zero rating for approved alterations to listed buildings are to be implemented with effect from 1 October 2012.  The transitional period within which zero rating will continue to apply has, however, been extended.

This means that projects which have applied for listed building consent, or have a written contract with a builder in place, before 21 March 2012, will benefit from zero rating up to 30 September 2015.  It was initially proposed that transitional arrangements may only apply until March 2013, therefore this may be a small piece of good news for some property developers.  Read more...

 

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