UKWA offers a free tax incentive review in partnership with Gateley Capitus

In partnership with Associate Member Gateley Capitus, UKWA is now able to offer all members a free assessment of their current use of the tax incentives available to the sector.

This new service enhances UKWA existing offering to its membership. It has the added benefit of ensuring that individual members pay the right amount of tax by claiming all available reliefs, generating tax savings and in certain circumstances even bringing about a tax rebate.

Members may already be claiming capital allowances, R&D tax relief or land remediation relief. But UKWA still recommends taking advantage of this free assessment to ensure that all benefits have been claimed.

A recent UKWA survey highlighted that 60% of members are tenants. So, it is important to make clear that capital allowances are available to tenants for expenditure incurred on the fit-out and refurbishment of leased properties.

Commenting on the offer, Clare Bottle UKWA CEO says, ‘Gateley Capitus reflects the breadth our sector needs – their clients cover a broad spectrum, just as UKWA supports a wide range of members, from SMEs through to large corporates.  When financial support is available, the warehousing sector should take advantage of it, so as the industry’s leading association, we’re pleased to encourage members to find out more by taking up this free, expert advice from Gateley Capitus.’

Gateley Capitus is an investment and innovation tax consultancy with a warehousing client list that includes blue chip FTSE 100 clients through to small operators offering a value-led service.

Members get in touch if you have a new project relating to the construction, redevelopment or fit-out of a commercial property or are embarking on an R&D related project.

This service will be led by Associate Director Peter Corley and he can be contacted directly either by callling  020 7653 1785 or by emailing

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