Tax Relief Uncovered - Contaminated Land

Wednesday 30 October 2019. 10.30am – 11.15am

delivered by
Nigel Holmes, Head of R&D Technical Operations at Catax Group will deliver a presentation on Tax Relief Uncovered - Contaminated Land.

Remediation of Contaminated Land (ROCL):

Key benefits:
Extra tax saving (150%) on costs incurred in treating or removing contaminants in land and buildings that are harmful to humans, animals or the land and property itself

Who can claim:
Only companies can claim and must own the land or have at least 7 years of a lease left to run - and cannot be the polluter.

Pollutants eligible for claims:
Those put there through industrial activity, such as asbestos. The only naturally occurring pollutants that can be claim for are arsenic, radon and Japanese Knotweed. Unfortunately nuclear waste is excluded.

This Catax webinar will explain this tax relief in more detail, raise awareness and summarise how the relief works and how Catax can help companies claim

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