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What are Capital Allowances? Capital allowances are a valuable form of tax relief. They are available to any entity incurring capital expenditure by buying, building or renovating commercial property. Capital allowances become available when a commercial property is acquired for use in the course of a trade, or in the course of a property investment business. You are also entitled to claim on new-builds, extensions and refurbishment works undertaken on a commercial property. Capital allowances Read More...
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Pali’s training makes continual professional development easier for conveyancers, as we know with the vast amount of information to absorb, it is sometimes difficult to stay on top of industry news and the latest legal developments. Below is a list of webinars Pali, in conjunction with Groundsure, will be hosting throughout 2017. They are free to attend and you will receive one CPD point per webinar. Simply click on the links to register. Sinkholes & Read More...
Lord Peter Smith, Leader of Wigan Council has announced that Leigh will receive £4m for regeneration projects in the area. The money will come from the 2017/18 budget and Lord Smith has said that the public will be asked for ideas on how the money should be spent. In a statement, Lord Peter Smith said “We often hear Leigh residents saying that the council never listens to them.  Well we are listening and we do Read More...
Plans for a £9m residential and leisure development at Astley Point have been given the green light by Wigan Borough Council.  Salcul will make a £9m investment into the development at Astley Point with The Environment Partnership developing the landscape of the area.  Salcul is a joint venture between Salboy and Redwaters which has been set up to specifically deliver Astley Point, The development on Higher Green Lane, will see 4.5 acres developed into two Read More...
Newton-le-Willows situated mid way between Liverpool and Manchester, has since the 19th century been very closely linked to the railway industry with the Vulcan Foundry on its doorstep, the developer of one of the world’s foremost locomotive manufacturers.  The railway station is one of the oldest railway stations in existence, and is now undergoing a major transformation, which will provide passengers with improved facilities, easier access and better links between regional and national transport. The Read More...
A former recycling centre in Wigan is set to be transformed into 51 new homes. The Frog Lane site was formally the home to a household recycling centre, but in 2010 was closed down and has been empty ever since, until work commenced on the 51 new homes by Gleeson Homes and Regeneration. The Princes Park development is expected to be completed by 2018 and will include a mixture of house styles and sizes available Read More...
Pali Warrington are proud to work with St Helens Chamber to support the apprenticeship scheme. We recently attended the Apprenticeship Awards Evening at St Helens Rugby Stadium. Our apprentice Abi Gibson was shortlisted out of hundreds of apprentices and received ‘Highly Commended’. Find out more. Read More...

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