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Reliefs and Exemptions

  • Small Business Rate Relief

    Who can claim Small Business Rate Relief?

  • Rural Rate Relief

    Rate Relief is available to the only Public House, Post Office, Food Shop or Petrol Filling Station within a rural settlement area

  • Supporting Small Businesses Relief Scheme

    In the 2017 Spring Budget the Chancellor announced that a new scheme of relief would be made available to those ratepayers facing large increases as a result of the loss of small business or rural rate relief due to the revaluation.

  • Discretionary Business Rate Relief Scheme

    In March 2017 the Government announced that it would make available, a discretionary fund to support those businesses facing the steepest increases in their business rate bills as a result of the revaluation.

  • Public House Relief

    A discount of £1,000.00 for Public Houses with a rateable value of less than £100,000. The relief will apply for the 2017-18 financial year only.

  • Rate Relief for Charities, registered Sports Clubs & non-profit making organisations

    Relief from payment of business rates is given to a wide range of charitable and non-profit making organisations

  • Unoccupied property

    There are no rates payable for the first three months when a non-domestic property becomes empty. This is extended to six months in the case of certain industrial properties. Following this initial exemption period, rates will be charged at the full occupied rate.

  • Hardship Relief

    Torridge District Council has the discretion to grant relief to ratepayers who would suffer extreme financial hardship by paying the whole of their rates bill

  • Empty Property Rate Relief for New Builds

    The Government has introduced a new measure to extend the empty property rate relief for empty new build properties