10. New tax allowances for money earned from the sharing economy
From April 2017, there will be two new tax-free £1,000 allowances – one for selling goods or providing services, and one income from property you own.People who make up to £1,000 from occasional jobs – such as sharing power tools, providing a lift share or selling goods they have made – will no longer need to pay tax on that income.
20. New stamp duty rates for commercial property from 17 March 2016
21. More funding to protect homes and businesses from flooding
The new stamp duty rates on additional properties will come into effect next month. I’ve listened to colleagues and the rates will apply to large investors too.
No change on residential property from last year
The rates will come into effect in three weeks’ time. The old rates will be kept in place for gains on residential property and carried interest.
In every international survey of our country, our failure for a generation to build new housing and new transport has been identified as a major problem.
the electorate are the builders.
Today measures set out to speed up our planning system, zone housing development and prepare the country for the arrival of 5G technology.
New stamp duty rates on additional properties will come into effect next month. I’ve listened to colleagues and the rates will apply to large investors too.
The use of receipts to support community housing trusts, including £20 million to help young families onto the housing ladder in the South West of England.
This is a brilliant idea from my HF for Truro and Falmouth, and other colleagues.
Corbyn welcomed a major new Homlessness package of support worth over £115 million to support those who are homeless and reduce rough sleeping.
On affordabale housing the labour opposition leader said high rents, affordable housing was still not real when , in london affordable housing can cost £ 400,000 plus.
On flooding defenses, too many cuts where made, before recent flooding and more investment was needed.
Zero hour contract jobs, on the increase and young people struggling to save for roofs over their heads.