Mapped: Stamp duty receipts tumble – but jump by 11% in London

2014's reform boosts Treasury income from the capital's high-value property market

There was a lot of speculation that 2014’s SDLT reform, which targeted the top end of the market, would result in a much smaller total take for the taxman as £1m+ deal numbers tanked, especially in London’s high value heartlands. But HMRC data indicates quite the opposite has happened.

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