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Claim VAT refunds if you build new houses on a DIY basis

Claim a VAT refund if you're a DIY builder, building a new home or converting a non-residential building into a home using form VAT431NB.

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Refunds for DIY housebuilders - claim form for new houses (VAT431NB)

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Use form VAT431NB to claim a VAT refund as a DIY housebuilder of new houses.

VAT refunds - on self-build new homes or non-residential conversions
If you’re a DIY builder you may be able to reclaim VAT when building a new home or converting a non-residential building into a home.

VAT431C - refunds for DIY housebuilders - claim form and notes for conversions
Use form VAT431C when claiming a VAT refund as a DIY housebuilder on conversions.

Published 11 June 2014
Last updated 21 December 2015 + show all updates
  1. Customers who want to make a claim under the DIY refund scheme, need to contact HMRC to get an updated address to which claim forms should be sent. This change provides details of a telephone number where they can get the address.
  2. The Local Compliance address has been amended on the form.
  3. First published.