Launched in December 2013, the Let Property Campaign focuses on landlords who let out residential property in the UK or abroad and who have not told HMRC about all or part of their rental income.  WLH Tax has assisted many clients use this initiative to disclose undeclared rental income to HMRC.

HMRC draw information on property income from a multitude of third parties, including Estate Agents, Councils, Housing Benefit records, Voters lists and Land Registry data.  WLH has seen countless examples of investigations starting from information held by HMRC and the benefits of using this campaign are clear: reduced penalties, streamlined disclosure process and avoiding future HMRC enquiry.

WLH Tax has recently seen an increased volume of HMRC investigations into short term and holiday home rentals, where homeowners are generating rental income from letting their properties through websites such as Airbnb.

Any individual who has undeclared rental income can make a voluntary disclosure to HMRC via the Let Property Campaign.  The campaign is not open to companies or trusts, nor is it available to individuals letting out commercial property.

How can WLH Tax help

If you would like to make a voluntary disclosure to HMRC via the Let Property Campaign then please contact us for a free, confidential and no obligation discussion.  We are happy to have an initial free of charge meeting with prospective clients.

In This Section

Have a question?

Tel: +44 (0) 207 491 9690 / 9696

We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. By browsing this website, you agree to our Privacy Policy.