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I am a newbie to Property & Development and seek advice on structuring a business plan. The process would be broad brush to [Source – Secure – Add Value] to property or land assets.
Thereafter the options are to [Develop, Sell or Hold] the asset.
In terms of taxation and liabilities can anyone give steering guidance (taken without prejudice) on how best to structure a company(ies) to cover the above processes. E.G. should I be setting up separate 4 different companies for [Source/ Secure] [Design & add value/ planning gain] [then Develop & sell] or [Hold to invest – rent out like a landlord] or another possible structure is 2 separate companies; [ Property Development Company – Source/ Secure/ Add Value/ Sell] and a second company to [Hold to invest – rent out like a landlord].
Presumably in the latter case the [Property Development company] `sells` the revalued asset to the [Holding company] ?
Possibly in terms of taxation it forces the process to be structured in a certain way ?
All thoughts and comments welcome.
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