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Golf club appoints tax specialists

8.15am 22nd August 2005 - Management Topics

Specialist property tax consultants E3 Consulting Limited have been appointed by Stockley Park Golf Club, near Heathrow to provide property taxation advice for the golf course. The decision to appoint E3 was made following a tender process to investigate tax savings available from the land remediation tax relief, given the site’s previous use as an historic landfill. Stockley Park Golf Club was recommended to E3 by long-standing associates cost reduction experts, Auditel.
Stockley Park Golf club is a pay & play championship course set in 240 acres of parkland to the west of London. The 18 hole golf course is located one mile from Junction 4 (Heathrow Terminals 1,2 & 3) of the M4 motorway. The golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior and was opened in 1993 by then Open Champion Nick Faldo. With over 40 miles of underground drainage pipes, Stockley Park is renowned for being one of the best draining courses in the south of England and is one of a number of clubs owned by national operator DCG Group Limited.
E³ Consulting are specialist property taxation consultants, operating from offices in Dorset and London. The firm’s managing director, Alun Oliver, is a recognised expert in the field of property tax including capital allowances, land remediation tax relief and landfill tax exemption and he regularly speaks at property tax conferences throughout the UK.
E³ provides expert support to property investors, developers and owners whether directly or in conjunction with other professionals, particularly accountants and lawyers to ensure the property taxation aspects are fully considered. Stockley Park Golf Club boosts E3’s growing client base in the leisure and hospitality sector and the firm will be looking to further develop this area over the coming months.
Stockley Park Golf Club
E³ Consulting

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