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.
- On The Take: Could stamp duty revenue fall?October 31, 2016
- Telegraph launches ‘Stamp Duty Must Be Slashed’ campaignNovember 15, 2016
- Osborne trumpets a ‘fair, workable, lasting’ SDLT reformFebruary 29, 2016
- ‘A muted start to the year’ as prices edge up in prime central LondonFebruary 4, 2016
- Transactions surge with December deal numbers up by 11.6%January 21, 2016