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A limited company cannot just hold a rental property - there has to be a trade involved (so perhaps its a B&B or a Hotel or commercial property)
So assuming you have a trade then you just declare the rental income less costs to earn this rent - so mainternace, or insurances etc (day to day costs)
Any legal fees associated with the purchase is used when the property is sold to reduce the capital gain (or corporation tax) and there is no depreciation or indexation anymore - this was abolished when the lower capital gain rates were introduced but there is consideration when the business is selling an asset - is this what you mean?