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Employment Income Manual

Travel expenses: travel for necessary attendance: when a workplace ceases to be a permanent workplace

Section 339(2) ITEPA 2003

Sometimes a place may cease to be a permanent workplace. You should not assume that a workplace that is a permanent workplace will always remain a permanent workplace. Similarly, a temporary workplace may become a permanent workplace because of a change in circumstances.

For example, an employer may change location or the employee’s terms may change. This is illustrated by example EIM32221.

A change of workplace that does not result in any significant change to the employee’s journey to work should be ignored. The two workplaces should be treated as a single workplace, see EIM32280.