Taxation on Promotion Agreements

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Taxation on Promotion Agreements

Date: 22 November 2019

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Taxation issues in a Promotion Agreement often cause unnecessary delay and frequently last-minute glitches. Whilst the majority of these tax issues impact on landowners, the delay that they cause impacts on developers and promoters wanting to progress further.


Knowledge of the issues are and how they need to be addressed helps limit the potential log jams. With this in mind we have partnered with Kreston Reeves to provide some transparency on those matters.


This free seminar is aimed at promoters, land agents and developers with the knowledge required so that you can help/advise landowners on how they need to address tax issues with their advisors. 

In the session we will discuss the following:

  • The tax and VAT implications of promotion agreements

  • The matters you will need to consider

  • Case Studies

  • Questions


Who should attend?

  • Promoters

  • Land agents

  • Developers

  • House Builders

  • Landlords

  • Commercial Agents

  • Property Managers

  • Business Owners


Places are limited and provided on a first come, first served basis. Tea, coffee and breakfast refreshments will be provided.


A presentation will be delivered by Jo White (Tax Consultant) and Colin Laidlaw (VAT and Duty Director) from Kreston Reeves.


Jo White provides tax planning advice and support to a wide range of clients including individuals, businesses and trusts across a full range of taxes. She also heads up the firm’s Stamp Duty Land Tax service. Jo advises a number of landlords and clients in the property sector. She regularly presents on tax matters specifically, but not restricted to, landlords and other property owners. She also writes for a number of publications and is the editor of the firm’s Pathfinder – Tax and Wealth newsletter.


Colin Laidlaw he has worked in VAT for over 30 years with a wide breadth of experience from OMBs to multinational companies. His role at Kreston Reeves is a general advisory role providing VAT and other indirect tax advice across all aspects as required, ranging from compliance services (VAT returns), VAT registration, and advisory projects to more complex structuring and planning.


Book your free place at the seminar

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