UK Property Market in the New Era of Taxation specifically in Central London

Table of contents
1. Introduction & Business Context (400words)
The analysis of current government proposals to tax non-UK domiciled individuals and companies how these proposals will affect sales value and rent prices in the UK, especially, in city of London.
The UK government has passed new legislation which came into effect April 2016. There is also new legislation proposed for April 2017. Through HM Revenue and Customs, the government has now introduced capital gains taxes on non-domiciled individuals and also off-shore companies.
The government also proposals to introduce inheritance tax on non-dom and off-shore companies as of April 2017. My research will cover the effects of the new tax legislation on the selling and rent prices in London in particular. I will analyse previous sales and rental data with current market data to compare and summarise the impact.

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2. Project Objectives (200 words)
1. Understanding of the business of the U.K property market.

2. Understanding of the UK government taxation and analysing how the taxation affects to the property market price.

3. Researching and analysing of the UK property market in particularly St John’s Wood area in city of London.

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3. Literature Review – relation to academic theory, models or frameworks. (1000words)
The analysis of current government proposals to tax non-UK domiciled individuals and companies how these proposals will affect sales value and rent prices in the UK, especially, in city of London.
The UK government has passed new legislation which came into effect April 2016. There is also new legislation proposed for April 2017. Through HM Revenue and Customs, the government has now introduced capital gains taxes on non-domiciled individuals and also off-shore companies.
The government also proposals to introduce inheritance tax on non-dom and off-shore companies as of April 2017. My research will cover the effects of the new tax legislation on the selling and rent prices in London in particular. I will analyse previous sales and rental data with current market data to compare and summarise the impact.
I am researching that how the U.K government legislates in terms of the offshore companies.
In London, more than, 36000 properties are owned by the companies which is anonymous companies, and the properties market is vulnerable to conceal corrupted money. It means that skyrocketing prices of the London property market are related with the purpose such as money laundering and tax evasion. Because of these reasons, the UK government prosecutes that only the companies which are registered in UK registry office could buy and sell their properties from April 2016, however, the government is not sure that whether this legislation will apply for existing 100,000 number of offshore companies or the offshore companies which will buy the properties after enactment the legislation.

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4. Methodology & Approach (1000words)
– Ontonolgy (Study of truth or reality) – Both objectivism and interpretivism
– Epistemology (Theores of getting the truth or study of evidence) – Realsim
– Axiology- Constructivism

Approaches – Inductive
Strategies – Case Study, Interview, Archival Research

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References you can use.

Theoretical Underpinning
(The Theory that you will draw on)

HMRC link for the new tax laws coming into effect in 2017

<https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/technical-briefing-on-foreign-domiciled-personsinheritance-tax-residential-property-changes>

HMRC- HM Revenue & Customs about new taxes. Sections 3.2 – 3.4

<https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/reforms-to-the-taxation-of-non-domiciles/reforms-to-the-taxation-of-non-domiciles>
Land registry

<https://eservices.landregistry.gov.uk/www/wps/portal/!ut/p/b1/04_Sj9CPykssy0xPLMnMz0vMAfGjzOKNjSxMDA1NjDwsjM3MDTxN3dyNDUNMjQ1MjPWDU_P0C7IdFQG9k5Tz/>

Land registry data on prices
<http://landregistry.data.gov.uk/app/hpi>

Property information websites
Zoopla, Right move , Local estate agents(Foxtons, Knight Frank, Savills and Winkworth) Newspapers (Independent, The guardian and the FT (financial times)

http://www.higgisons.com/news/business-news/archive/article/2016/April/significant-rise-in-buy-to-let-lending

http://www.higgisons.com/news/business-news/archive/article/2016/May/house-price-growth-slowed-during-april-reports-building-society

Building Wealth: From Rags to Riches Through Real Estate
Renting and Letting (Which? Essential Guides)
The Unofficial Guide to Real Estate Investing by Spencer Strauss
The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down by Brandon Turner

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