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flooring???

flooring???

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a limited company rents a nursery and in order for the children to be safe they have had to replace the flooring - pretty much like for like, the flooring has cost over £10,000 - is this a repair so goes on p&l or is it a capital item with no capital allowances.(the limited company is the nursery not the owner of the premises)

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By Ruddles
27th Apr 2016 14:01

What type of flooring?

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By Monsoon
27th Apr 2016 14:15

Is it the structure of the actual floor, or is it a floor covering of a safety type?

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By sarahtaylor2018
27th Apr 2016 14:38

the flooring is  a stuck down

the flooring is  a stuck down lino kind of covering 

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By sarahtaylor2018
27th Apr 2016 14:22

it is flooring covering

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By JCresswellTax
27th Apr 2016 15:01

Repair.

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By aidious
27th Apr 2016 23:30

It sounds capital to me, as it looks like it's works to the building needed before it can be used is the business. But if you read CCH commentary on floor coverings, it suggests that vinyl/Lino would actually qualify for capital allowances.

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