Embedded Capital Allowance claims for nursing homes can prove a valuable source of income due to the large volume of embedded assets typically found in their construction and refurbishment.  Let us help you identify and process your claim.

Industry Experience

Our in-depth knowledge and understanding of the nursing home sector means that we know the typical opportunities that present themselves and how best to carry out surveying and reporting stages to progress your claim.  We recognise that no two homes are the same and are able to apply our specialist skills to ensure your claim is maximized, accurate and submitted in the shortest timeframe possible.

Typical Claims for Nursing Homes

Assets that are typically claimed for in nursing homes include Lifts, Electrical Systems, Catering Equipment, Air-conditioning, Heating & Ventilation Systems, Sanitary equipment including toilets, baths and showers, Signs, Emergency Lighting, Telephone & Wi-Fi Systems, Fire detection equipment, Hot & cold water systems, Emergency Call Systems, Medical Equipment and Systems, Electric Hoists and Bathing Aids and Reception Desks

How much can I claim?

In our experience, the claim for capital allowances for a care / nursing home will fall between 20% – 30% of the original purchase price of the property. This figure can rise if refurbishment or development work has taken place since the purchase however.

How do I make a claim?

Our specialist team of tax advisors and surveyors deal frequently with embedded capital allowance claims and have developed considerable experience and knowledge in this area, giving up the most up-to-date understanding of common pitfalls and areas of intricacy.  Read here to find out about our full process for embedded capital allowance claims

Ready to progress your nursing home claim?

We can get moving with your claim straight away and you can talk to us whenever you’re ready.  You can also see immediately if your business is eligible and the potential rebate you could receive using our ECA Claim calculator.