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Business rates aren’t top of the Government’s agenda right now for obvious reasons but the Department for Communities and Local Government is still receiving a number of enquiries about...
Some North West football clubs have more to worry about than just their league position as the 2016/17 season draws to a close.
The Department for Communities and Local Government has announced the allocation for the £300m package to ease pressure on small businesses hit hardest by the business rates revaluation.
Free 'hole in the wall' cash machines attached to corner shops and petrol stations could become a thing of the past in England and Wales.
How far is the Valuation Office Agency prepared to go these days on clawing back business rates?
Now the 1 April deadline for business rates rises has come into effect, expect a slew of stories to surface as the reality hits home across industry sectors.
We have read a lot in the media and from MPs on the subject of appealing against unfair business rates but the touchy topic has now reared its head...
In 2016, I commented on the government’s proposals to introduce discretion into the appeal process, with appeals being refused if the reduction in assessment determined was not big enough.
Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced a handful of relief schemes for those hardest hit by increases in liability resulting from the 2017 Rating Revaluation.
A phenomenal amount of sectors, regions and individuals, jumped on the Federation of Small Businesses in London petition against the business rates rises come April.