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Every case is different but a kitchen replacement can be regarded as revenue or replacement expenditure as opposed to capital or improvement expenditure. Take a look at the notes here, specifically on kitchen replacement.
If, for example, you replace cheap kitchen tiles with marble or granite ones, that is not simply a replacement. It is clearly an improvement. If you add additional power sockets , that is clearly an improvement. You just to look at each part of the cost honestly and ask yourself if it constitutes a replacement or an improvement which may be reflected in the value of the property.
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