Business rates relief and reduction
- Business Rates relief for empty properties
Properties where only fixtures and fittings remain may be entitled to Business Rate relief.
- Business Rates relief for charities and sports clubs
Charities and sports clubs may be are entitled to 80% Business Rates relief on a property they use.
- Business Rates relief for non-profit making organisations
Non-profit making organisations may be entitled to a discretionary relief from paying Business Rates.
- Business Rates relief for rural businesses
Rural businesses which provide benefit to the local community maybe entitled to business rates relief.
- Business Rates relief for small businesses
Ratepayers occupying a single property with a rateable value up to and including £12,000 from 1 April 2017 maybe able to claim small business rates relief.
- Transitional Business Rates relief
Transitional rate relief is used so the amount of business rates you pay is gradually increased following a revaluation.
- Revaluation Business Rates Relief
Revaluation relief is aimed at businesses facing large increases in their rates bill due to the revaluation of their property from 1 April 2017.
- Supporting Small Businesses Rates Relief
This relief will help ratepayers who are losing some or all of their Small Business or Rural Rate Relief after revaluation.
- Business Rates Relief for pubs
Pubs with a rateable value of up to £100,000 are eligible for rate relief of up to £1,000 for the 2017-2018 financial year.