Featherstone Hill

Featherstone Hill specialise in accountancy for the property Industry

Featherstone Hill are property experts, working across both residential and commercial property.

We can help advise across any taxation, legislative and contracting issues that occur.

Talk to an expert

There can be numerous trades involved in property, which include:

  • Property investors
  • Property management
  • Property developers & trading
  • Buy-to-let landlords
  • Estate & letting agents

Our team will provide quality, tailored advice that will make sure you don’t face an unnecessary challenges or surprises.

Our services include:

  • Property tax guidance
  • Tax returns and accounts prepared and filed
  • Setting up the right tax structure for you
  • Tax strategy for letting businesses and property developers
  • Advice on building a property portfolio

Featherstone Hill support the following sectors.

Property & Landlords

Featherstone Hill are property experts, working across both residential and commercial property.

Construction

At Featherstone Hill we are experts in construction, which can be a complicated industry to operate in.

Latest news from Featherstone Hill

June 20, 2024
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Read article
June 17, 2024
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Shawbrook Bank recently conducted research that indicated that half of small business owners have had to raid their savings to fund their businesses.

Read article
June 13, 2024
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Read article
June 12, 2024
More indicators of a cut in interest rates to come

The Bank of Canada announced a cut of a quarter of a percentage point to its key interest rate last week, bringing the rate down to 4.75%.

Read article
June 10, 2024
How a general election can affect your business

The news is currently full of reports on the general election, so much so that you may be inclined to switch off rather than hear any more about it!

Read article
June 6, 2024
Reforms to leasehold properties becomes law

The Leasehold and Freehold Reform Act has become law and will affect owners of freeholds for leasehold properties as well as house builders.

Read article
June 5, 2024
New guidance issued on machine learning principles

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has issued guidance to help developers, engineers, decision makers and risk owners in creating and using machine learning systems.

Read article
February 21, 2024
Action Fraud warns of remote access scams

Action Fraud has received over 30 crime reports since June 2023 relating to remote access scams targeting businesses, with victims reporting losses totalling over £3.8 million.

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September 18, 2023
Google AI training for start-ups and small businesses

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February 21, 2024
The Autumn Statement is scheduled for 22 November 2023

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ICO consultation on the draft biometric data guidance

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