Transforming The Fortunes Of An AWRS Application
Our client was a bespoke gin distiller and a new entrant to the market. It had already invested over £250,000 in equipment and marketing and it anticipated that a further £300,000 would be invested into the business over the next 12 months.
When it came to us for help, the company had already applied to be registered under the Alcohol Wholesalers Registration Scheme (AWRS). But the application had not been prepared properly. It didn’t go into the level of detail that HMRC required and our client had been told to expect that its application would be refused.
How We Helped
We helped compile and create the documents our client needed to put together a successful application. We also gave our client’s operations team training on their due diligence requirements.
When we made a fresh AWRS application on our client’s behalf, HMRC approved it within just 3 weeks.
“I cannot be thankful enough to Rebecca and Altion Law for the service and help I received, through a very difficult time. After being refused the AWRS, Rebecca and Altion Law helped overturn HMRC’s decision successfully.”
A client we helped apply for an AWRS
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