What is Land Remediation Relief?

HMRC Incentive

Land remediation relief is a corporation tax relief incentive to encourage companies who acquire UK land from a third party in a contaminated state and incur costs in decontaminating it or clearing derelict structures from the land in order to bring it back into a productive state.

What Relief is Available?

Businesses could receive a tax credit between 8p – 28.5p for every qualifying pound they have spent over the previous two financial years.

Two Land Remediation Relief Areas

Originally introduced by the government in 2001, land remediation relief was created to overcome market failure to bring brownfield land sites back into productive use after they were contaminated from previous industrial activity. In 2009, the incentive was extended to help encourage the redevelopment of long term derelict land.

Land In A Contaminated State

Land Remediation Relief - Land In A Contaminated State

Derelict Land

Land Remediation Relief - Derelict Land

Our Land Remediation Relief Claim’s Process

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Exploratory Meeting
Face-to-face or virtual meetings to identify key qualifying projects within a business.

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Data Analysis
Our data analysts review all relevant qualifying expenditure, producing a comprehensive report which is shaped through a granular modelling exercise.

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Technical Case Study
An industry specific Technical Writer will arrange an interview with the key people from the business, creating robust supporting case studies.

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Wrap Up
The claim summary is presented live to the business to fine tune the final calculated claim value.

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Submission
Working in tandem with your external accountant, the claim is submitted to HMRC.

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Post Claim
Work is invoiced on receipt of the benefit to the business. Amplifi will liaise with the business to ensure the accuracy of future claims.

Contact us for more information about our services and how we can help support your business.