13 March 2019
VAT in Property & Construction
The Leading VAT Conference for Practical Insights on the Complex Landscape for the Property and Construction Industry. Hear Directly from Leading Advisers and Heads of VAT
Attend this new staging of the VAT in Property & Construction to optimise your VAT strategy, stay compliant with HMRC requirements and network with VAT experts facing similar challenges. Make the most of our new group rates!
2018 SPEAKER LINE-UP INCLUDED..
EXCLUSIVE CONTENT FROM 2018
As so successfully achieved in previous years, the goal of this year’s conference is to once again provide VAT practitioners dealing with treatment of property and property transactions with the unique opportunity to discuss the latest VAT issues
Key Updates on Recent Developments and Practical VAT Guidance
Don't miss the chance to hear from 'silk of the year' Melanie Hall QC who has been described as a force to be reckoned with for the most sophisticated of VAT disputes. She will share insight into developments in the commercial property market including clauses in leases.
What's Next for VAT and Property?
Brexit negotiations are underway and the clock is ticking until the UK leaves the EU, but, what does this all mean for the UK's VAT policy and for the real-estate sector? The panel including Ion Fletcher of the BPF, Richard Woolich of DLA Piper and Viv O'Dell of Savills will look at trends in the real estate industry, BREXIT and the impact on VAT.
Receive the very latest analysis of all relevant domestic and ECJ decisions on VAT and property
For most businesses operating within the EU that are confronted with VAT issues, the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) is of great importance. Having advised on VAT disputes between multi-national companies and HMRC John Brinsmead-Stockham will share an essential EU case law update.
VAT Recovery on Residential Schemes
- Zero rating dwellings
- Other residential buildings (student, care homes)
- Criteria for zero rating residential supplies and common problem areas
- Capital goods scheme and residential
- Balhousie and other cases
Place of Supply and Land-Related Service Exemptions
- Define the place where the activity and supply is effectively carried out
- Assess the place of supply rules under European VAT
- Instances where VAT impacts on another exemption
- Limitations, weaknesses and proposed solutions
The key event for indirect tax specialists
Whether you’re an experienced tax advisor or an in-house tax professional, this essential VAT briefing designed specifically for practitioners in the property and real estate sector will have something to offer you that will benefit your organisation.
Please join us for what will be a valuable, thought provoking and professionally enhancing event.