Following what the Chancellor has called ‘consultation’ on VAT on listed buildings the Zero-rating will now be allowed for eligible approved alterations on projects where listed building consent had been applied for before 21st March 2012 (not just where a signed written contract was in place before Budget Day) and these projects will continue to benefit from zero-rating on works completed to 30th September 2015. Our prediction is Gov’t. will rescind it’s Listed Building VAT policy altogether – as
Cotswolds, London style…help us to grew new business in London – get in touch with our sister company in Hampton, South West London T: 020 8941 8891 W: garlandcornelius.co.uk Also this month we focus on planning, VAT, olympic architecture, and a delightful toll bridge at Whitney on Wye. George Osbourne’s budget, or lack of, depending on your point of view, has once again taken a u-turn by delaying the application of VAT on works to listed buildings – for now at least.
MADE has given a strong endorsement for the Greyfriars Gate project currently submitted for planning and featured in ‘First Look’ Building Design 7th June. The residential project is raising important issues for the city of Hereford. Flooding, affordable housing, density and sustainable transport are all being considered. It remains to be seen if the local planning department has the confidence to give it the green light.
After five years of RRA e-newletters we felt the need for an update and a little celebration… We have introduced more exciting imagery, more construction industry news links and we announce the launch of RRA’s exciting new smartphone app. RRA Inspired is true to our core philosophy of innovative design. Created and developed by NearPixel, the new RRA Inspired app uses the latest smartphone publishing technology to take RRA to a whole new level. We join a number of
We thought we would catch up with our Grand Designs project to see how it is faring. Hillcott barn was completed and aired on TV in 2006. The current owners bought the site some years ago and have spent time and money upgrading facilities. We think they have made a superb job and think you will like the interior shots of what is a mouth wateringly contemporary barn conversion.
Although we have not had the best weather this summer RRA has completed a project for an outside dining area, which features a bbq, pizza oven, open fire and sedum roof and due to the fact the structure was below four metres it did not require planning permission. The end result adds substantial value to the clients property and makes for enjoyable inside outside living. If you feel your garden could benefit from some summery outdoor space, contact firstname.lastname@example.org