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Business rates

New business grants announced 21 December 2021

Budget 2021

On the 27 October 2021, the Chancellor announced a series of measures to support businesses from April 2022.

    • The business rates multipliers will be frozen for 2022/23. This means the multipliers will remain as 49.9p for small business (occupied premises with an RV under 51,000, not entitled to mandatory relief) and 51.2p for standard business premises.
    • Revaluations will take place more frequently. Rather than every 5 years, they will be every 3 years from April 2023.
    • Businesses in the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure sectors will be eligible for 50% Retail Discount, up to a cap of £110,000 for 2022/23
    • 'Green Energy Relief' for businesses investing in Green energy.
    • 'Business Improvement Relief' allowing businesses making improvements to their property to not see their business rates rise for 12 months.

Please see our Omicron Hospitality and Leisure Grant scheme page for more information.

Sign up or login to our new Online Portal

Sign up or login to our new Online Portal to see your business rates account online including payments you've made, when your next payments are due and much more

 

How to pay

You can make payments by Direct Debit, online or by phone

How they are worked out

Find out how we work out your business rates bill

Business rate relief

Some properties can get discounts on their rates

COVID-19: support for businesses

The Chancellor has announced help for businesses that pay business rates

Refunds

If you've overpaid business rates or are in credit, you can request a refund 

Forms

Forms including Direct Debit, moving and refunds

Tell us about a change

Tell us about any changes that could affect your business rates

Explanatory notes 

Notes for your 2021/22 business rates bill 

Appeals and disputes

If you disagree with your business rates bill