Thank you for your reply.
Property income is chargeable to UK income tax/Corporation tax irrespective of your residency status.
In honesty, changes to CGT rules pertaining to residentail properties held by non resident landlords means you can't avoid capital gains tax if there is a gain on eventual sale.
As far as income tax goes, here again you can't escape it. You are taxed on the net income after allowable expenses to cover repairs and maintenace, insurances, letting agent and other professional fees, etc.
There is little to choose between holding one property in the name of LTD company or in your own name.
As far as capital gains tax goes, as a LTD company your gain would be taxed at corporation tax rate of 20% (current rate) and there is no gains annual allowance available to companies.
Individuals would pay CGT at the rate of 18%, 28% or a combination of both depending on the taxable income including the gain in the year of sale. Individuals get gains annual allowance before calculating CGT payable.
I have provided you with an outline of where you would stand in terms on taxation on rental income and capital gain.
I hope this ishelpful and answers your question.
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