Throughout its history, MHA Moore and Smalley has been helping companies in the property and construction industry improve their efficiency, competitiveness and profitability. This experience makes us ideally placed to understand the complex requirements facing businesses in the property and construction sector.
We act for small sole traders to large limited companies and our clients include builders, property developers, plant hire companies, demolition and groundwork contractors. Alongside our traditional accountancy, audit, book-keeping and payroll services, we advise on a wide range of business issues, in particular helping property developers make substantial savings through our specialist tax advice.
Covid 19 Pandemic
Following the recent Covid-19 pandemic we have developed a dedicated hub with the latest information to help sustain and support businesses during this challenging time. If you would like further information on a particular area then please get in touch with one of our specialists, or email email@example.com
Real Estate Matters – Issue 16
We work together with our colleagues across our accountancy association MHA to provide a national outlook on the issues facing the construction market. The series of informative articles are designed to help you better understand the changes happening within the Construction and Real Estate sectors, which is particularly important during these unprecedented times.
The impact of COVID-19 continues to impact the national and international economy, with major implications for construction and real estate businesses across the UK. Earlier in the summer, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced further measures to support the economy in his Economic Update, with a number of initiatives designed to boost the construction sector.
What our clients say about us
“MHA Moore and Smalley’s guidance and service over the years has been most helpful and reassuring. They understand our activities and tailor their advice to suit our needs. I wouldn’t hesitate recommending them to other firms.”