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Property and Construction

Correctly regarded as the barometer of national economic performance, the property and construction sector remains highly competitive and increasingly litigious.

This means there has never been a more appropriate time to access the specialist knowledge of financial advisors who understand the industry's constantly changing challenges.

Our experts deal with property and construction companies on a daily basis. Their wealth and depth of knowledge consistently enables clients to identify opportunities to grow their businesses.

Our innovative solutions draw together specialist tax, audit and business advice into a seamless service package that is tailored to the needs of individual clients, whether they are large corporates or smaller family-owned businesses.

Partner-led teams build productive relationships with clients, imparting informed advice that helps to reduce costs and boost bottom line performance.

We can help with:

  • Acquisition and investment financing
  • CIS and employment status
  • Tax planning such as income tax, corporation tax and capital allowances
  • Valuation of work in progress for accounts purposes
  • Management accounts
  • Financial projections
  • Risk analysis
  • Pension scheme usage such as SSIPs and SSAS to hold property
  • Special purpose vehicles
  • Group structures

For further information or to speak to an advisor please send a quick enquiry or contact a member of our team below.

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