Construction is one of the UK’s largest sectors, but it also one of the most complicated. Our detailed knowledge of this evolving sector combined with our specialist skills make us the ideal partner to help you navigate its complexities.
At MHA MacIntyre Hudson, our work with a wide range of clients across this fundamental sector has helped us to build a deep understanding of the maze of regulations and the myriad of uncertainties and risks faced by construction businesses every day.
Our specialist team of accountants for the construction industry work with a plethora of commercial and residential developers, contractors and sub-contractors, civil engineers, surveyors and professional services firms. The breadth of our work has meant our knowledge and understanding of this sector is firmly cemented and we can offer our clients advice for their business whatever the requirements and circumstances not just for today but for the future.
With construction accounting and financial management at our core, we guide businesses from start-up all the way through to exit planning, as well as advising on growth strategies and on how to survive a changing economy and an uncertain future.
As construction accountants, we know businesses in the sector face an ever-increasing threat of investigation by HM Revenue & Customs. It is common for the public body to impose financial settlements dating back several years to collect tax, national insurance, interest and penalties on any errors that are discovered.
We understand that can be a daunting prospect for any company, but our team of specialists can work with your business to ensure it is compliant with its tax obligations, as well as offering advice on areas such as capital gains tax and VAT consultancy, including negotiations with HMRC.
Alongside these core audit and accountancy services, our highly experienced construction accounting team can also offer advice on:
MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s experienced team of real estate advisers are immersed in this sector and have a deep understanding of how quickly it is evolving to meet the needs of today’s customers.
Our specialist property accountants and advisory team understand the importance of timely, yet innovative advice that will help property and real estate businesses to weather any storm.
We offer a range of audit and advisory services centered around tax compliance, audit, M&A and liquidation.
Our team have experience in many aspects of real estate including:
Our team advise on real estate-specific issues and strategies such as:
Get in touch to find out how MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s team of specialists in accountancy for the construction and real estate sector can help your business to grow and succeed.
Alison Horner, Indirect Tax Partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson, says while the 12-month delay to the introduction of the VAT domestic reverse charge for the construction sector is a welcome relief, it’s very frustrating for the businesses which spent time and money to properly prepare.
We outline the key changes for CGT ahead of the 6 April 2020 deadline
Read the latest edition of our Construction & Real Estate newsletter.
On October 1st 2019 HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are introducing one of the most significant changes to how VAT is applied to construction services in 30 years.
James joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in December 2018 as Director & UK Head of Business Development for MHA Macintyre Hudson in the UK. His role includes driving lead generation, relationship building and new revenue creation across Audit, Tax & Advisory services Nationally & Internationally.
James works with all the service and sector lines with their go to market strategy’s but he has a specific focus on;
James in his free time is Chairman of a Military Charity and also enjoys playing sport and spending time with his family.Get in touch with James Broderick
With 24 years experience in public practice Lee has extensive experience in audit, accounting and other compliance assignments. As well as working with corporate entities across a broad range of industries, Lee also takes a particular interest in the not for profit sector, including independent schools, academies and University Colleges. Lee prides himself on delivering excellent client care by providing ongoing support and advice to clients.Get in touch with Lee Gilbert
John joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in March 2008 as an audit partner and acts for a variety of corporate clients including companies involved in construction and real estate, financial services (including FCA regulated companies), media and entertainment (including book and music publishers), professional partnerships, and the not-for-profit sector.
He has a number of Technology clients, particularly start-ups and growing companies, advising them on a range of issues. He has also assisted with a number of successful Technology Strategy Board applications for funding.
In his spare time he is a keen cyclist and aspiring duathlete.Get in touch with John Coverdale
Anthony joined MHA in 2018 following the merger of Haines Watts Kent. He has been practising in Kent since 1986 and has a breadth of experience in both the healthcare and owner-managed business sectors.
He focuses on regular hands-on advice to clients to help them set and meet their objectives by identifying opportunities and potential problems.
Golf, gardening, walking and cycling are all interests – just not enough of the time!Get in touch with Anthony Brand
The team at MHA MacIntyre Hudson have taken away the burden of the day to day bookkeeping, payroll and CIS work off me. This has enabled me to spend more time working on my business, finding new work, new ideas and ways to be more profitable. Thanks to the help I’ve received, I can see a bright future for me and my company. Luke Day - Complete Wiring Solutions
With MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s support, our business has been very successful since we started three years ago. Simon Burke - Dalbergia Group