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Land Remediation Relief
Land Remediation Relief is a tax incentive designed to encourage the redevelopment of contaminated or derelict land.
Introduced in 2001, LRR provides tax relief to companies engaged in the clean-up and restoration of contaminated sites, thereby promoting environmental sustainability and urban regeneration.
The relief allows qualifying businesses to claim a deduction on qualifying expenditure related to the remediation of contaminated land, reducing their overall tax liability.
To be eligible for LRR, the site must be classified as contaminated, and the remediation activities must be carried out in accordance with the relevant environmental laws and regulations. This incentive aims to incentivise responsible land management practices, fostering the transformation of neglected areas into productive and sustainable spaces while offering financial support to businesses engaged in the remediation process.
This incentive plays a major role in supporting the commercial and residential property markets and is a great opportunity for qualifying businesses to boost cashflow or reduce tax bills and has been widely used by thousands of companies across the UK.
With up to 150% of qualifying costs being available for relief or credits, you could make a substantial impact on your clients who work with land or in property development sectors that they will be grateful for.
How Williamson & Croft can help
Our comprehensive service encompasses thorough and personalised guidance, along with meticulous preparation for all LRR claims.
With extensive experience, we specialise in providing assistance for compliance checks and navigating HMRC enquiries related to existing claims. In the event of an enquiry into a claim we prepared, our commitment includes defending it at no additional cost.
As a regulated entity under the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, we bring a blend of profound financial and technical expertise to our services.
Transparency is a cornerstone of our approach, ensuring that every element of a claim, subject to client approval, is communicated openly.
Recognising the significance of trust, we refrain from extending services beyond the agreed scope unless explicitly instructed.
Furthermore, our competitive fees are contingent on the success of the claim, reflecting our dedication to delivering value.
Beyond LRR, our offerings extend to a broader spectrum of property-related tax advice, ranging from property transactions to corporate ownership stamp duty considerations.