Thank you for your patience
Personal tax on rental income
Rental income is subject to UK income tax. As you do notfile a tax return in the UK, the rental income you get will have taxalready deducted by your letting agent. You will have to register with HMRC forSelf Assessment and file a tax return in the UK to report income from UK property. Any tax deducted at source would be taken into account in calculating your tax payable to UK tax authorities.
More information on how rental income is taxed is covered here
Even though you live abroad, being a British Citizen, you will get a personal allowance of tax free UK income each year (current tax year£11,000) against income arising in the UK.
This most likely will cover the rental income and therefore any tax deducted by the letting agent would become repayable to you upon submission of your self assessment tax return.
More information on personal allowance and tax on your UK income if you live abroad is covered here
As far as filing of tax return is concerned, it is your responsibility to file it. Parkdean would be able to file it if you appoint thecompany as your agent to deal with your tax affairs. I very much doubt that they offer this service. You could consider appointing an accountant in practise to act as your agent and file your tax return in the UK.
Accounting for VAT
As your taxable turnover is unlikely to exceed the threshold for VAT registration, you don’t have to worry about it. Moreover, rental income as a normal rule is exempt from VAT.
I hope this is helpful and answers your question.
If you have any other questions, please ask me before you rate my service – I’ll be happy to respond.