Construction & Property

Construction & Property

R&D Tax Credits are a very niche part of the UK tax code that could
bring your construction or property company thousands of pounds in tax relief.

Construction & Property

Bespoke projects, new building techniques and the introduction of environmentally friendly materials makes research and development activities increasingly important in the property and construction industries.

Some examples of eligable R&D activities include:

  • Bespoke solutions to a building project
  • New building techniques
  • Trial and error for new materials that were previously untested in a construction environment
  • Improving properties through energy efficiency, fire safety, plumbing and more
  • Overcoming safety standards and industry regulations
  • Developing new and innovative approaches to property and construction buildings

Case Study

Building Restoration Company

An external building restoration company’s latest claim of £68,000 through randd brings their total up to £205,000 in R&D tax credits over the past three years.

A dedicated team offer a full design and consultation service for architects, surveyors and project managers. The company have their own research and development facility which includes a state-of-the-art in-house furnace. This is a calc controlled atmosphere brazing furnace used to braze aluminium.

Research and development is vital for conserving traditional aesthetics whilst complying with the latest building standards and regulations. The company’s proactive R&D programme integrates new materials and manufacturing technologies whilst maintaining traditional and aesthetically pleasing architectural features. Bespoke solutions through intense testing and problem solving require carrying out eligible activities for R&D tax credits.

Testimonial

Bonsers Restoration

“To actually apply R&D tax credits to historic buildings is gobsmacking. You kind of take it for granted that you just get over issues. Every single building has issues and historic ones are even worse.”

Richard Hill | Managing Director at Bonsers Restoration