Repair vs. Replacement deductable?

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17 years ago
Simple question, but seems to get different answers from landlords we know:

One of our let houses has a wooden conservatory that is rotten at the base and needs to be replaced. I have received quotes to replace it exactly, - same footprint, shape, size etc.
What proportion of the cost (£9-10k) can we claim against income as a repair in current and/or subequent years?

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