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The Non-Domestic Rating Act came into effect in October 2023 – Will it make a difference to most businesses?
This new rating list came into effect on 1st April 2023 and there were some dramatic fluctuations depending on size, type and location.
The latest business rates consultation is targeting the use of mitigation schemes to reduce business rates liability on empty properties as the government try to stem the £250m cost of empty rates.
We are extremely excited to announce the opening of our new Midlands Office and to welcome Ed Chambers & Sean Geary to the RVW team.
The Non-Domestic Rating Bill I reported on recently will bring far reaching changes to modernise the system and ensure that property alterations, additions and other changes are quickly included within the rating list assessment
Business rates has a bit of a grubby reputation because of the sharp practices and heavy-handed client management by certain ‘specialists’.
In this second instalment of a series on the significant business rates changes that are making their way through parliament, I look at discretionary relief and other new rules that are part of the Non-Domestic Rating Bill.
The big story in rating at the moment is the Non-Domestic Rating Bill that’s making its way through parliament.
Business rates as a topic has a bit of a reputation for being dull, with rating surveyors living in a hypothetical world of ancient caselaw and legislation that barely changes from rating list to rating list, right?