Dean Power of The Fry Group says that, although you will be living outside the UK, this is likely to mean that you will be non-resident for UK tax purposes. “But your status would be determined under the Statutory Residence Test,” adds Power.
“As a non-resident, UK source income, such as income from property, would still be potentially taxable. You would need to register as a non-resident landlord with HMRC.
“You would not however be taxable on the money repatriated to the UK, again on the basis that you are considered non-resident.”