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I presume this is a pure investment and not a business asset or used by your business (not eligible for entrepreneurs' relief).
If the above applies then CGT rate of 20% would be applicable on the gain made.
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As the property is in joint names, your share would be 50% of the gain.
You would both be entitled to gains annual allowance (£11,100 each in the current tax year)
The rest would be taxed at 20% provided you are both higher rate taxpayers. In not the rate is 10%, 20% or a combination of both.
Just checking to see if you need further clarification from me on distinction between different capital gains tax rates or have I answered your question.