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Thank you for your patience ,after reviewing your question. Easements are treated as a recovery of the basis of the property first, with any excess proceeds treated as capital gain, which is taxed at a lower rate than ordinary income. The basis of property that offsets an easement is limited to the basis of the affected acres in question, to answer the issue of the fence security assets, such as security fencing, at business premises are covered by capital allowances. 'Security assets' are defined by HMRC as “an asset or service which improves personal security”. This will fall under the AIA and capital allowances rules, I am glad I could assist you .All the best .
Hello there ,sorry for not being clear. Yes it is regarded as income, I hope that answers your question.
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