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Another property being built next to the original one – any tax implications?
I am going to rent out a property that had a huge bit of land attached to it, a much bigger back garden and driveway, but now a house is being built onto it (which I am fine with, as the property was too big). Will this change the tax that I pay on the property? The house was originally number 50 and now next to it is 50A.  
 
Arthur Weller replies:  
What the tenant does with the property they are renting from you is not directly relevant to you. See www.gov.uk/hmrc-internal-manuals/property-income-manual/pim1051. You only need to be concerned with the amount of money you receive from your land.  

This question was first printed in Tax Insider in February 2019.

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