Budget Summary 2022/23


Residential Property Developer Tax

As announced in February 2021, the government will introduce a new tax from April 2022 on the profits that companies and corporate groups derive from UK residential property development. This is intended to ensure that the largest developers make a fair contribution to help pay for building safety remediation. The tax will be charged at 4% on profits exceeding an annual allowance of £25 million.

Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED)

ATED applies to residential property worth above £500,000 which is owned through companies and other corporate structures, unless the situation qualifies for a relief. The rates increase automatically each year in line with inflation: they will rise by 3.1% from 1 April 2022 in line with the September 2021 Consumer Price Index. The amount ranges from £3,800 to £244,750.

The next 5-yearly revaluation of relevant properties is due on 1 April 2022, which may affect the ATED payable from 1 April 2023, if a property moves into a different valuation band as a result.