Capital gains tax

Q: We are husband and wife GP partners and bought a four-storey house in 1992. The basement and ground floor form our NHS surgery and the top two floors are our main residence. When the time comes to retire we would like to convert the whole house back into a single dwelling (subject to getting the necessary planning permission). The question is how long would we need to live in the house as our main residence before we resell it in order not to have to pay capital gains on the surgery part of the property?

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