Consultation outcome

Visual effects: providing further support to the industry

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Visual effects: further support to the industry summary of responses

Detail of outcome

This document summarises responses to the consultation on providing further support for the visual effects industry and sets out the government’s policy response. The document also outlines the changes to film tax relief announced at Autumn Statement 2013.

Original consultation

Summary

Seeking views on options to provide further support to the visual effects industry (for example, through the existing film tax relief).

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Consultation description

As announced at Budget 2013, the government has published a consultation on options for providing further support to the visual effects industry today (21 May 2013).

The visual effects industry makes a valuable economic and cultural contribution to the UK, supporting the performance of the wider digital and creative content sectors.

This consultation invites views from individuals, companies and representative and professional bodies on options for providing further support through the existing film tax relief. We are also seeking views on other options to support this sector.

Responses should be sent to HM Treasury by 2 July 2013. Once the consultation period has closed, we will consider all responses received.

Documents

Visual effects: consultation on providing further support to the visual effects industry

Published 21 May 2013
Last updated 11 December 2013 + show all updates
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