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£150 Energy Rebate Scheme

Anyone in properties banded A-D and who have historically been paying by direct debit will receive their payment this week. A letter is being sent to Non direct debit payers advising how to apply for the payment or you can complete an online application. Newer direct debit customers that did not get a payment this week will also need to apply via this form.

Discretionary payments for Bands E-H will be around mid-June once further software upgrades have been completed.

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Business Rates

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What happens if you don't pay your business rates?

The earlier you deal with the problem, the easier you can make it for yourself

Reliefs and Exemptions

There are a number of discounts and exemptions that can help to reduce the amount of rates that you have to pay

Who has to pay business rates?

The organisation or person occupying or trading from a property is responsible for paying the business rates bill.

Revaluations and Appeals

All non-domestic properties are generally revalued every five years by the Valuation Office Agency. The most recent revaluation took effect from 1 April 2017

Business Rates Billing Information 2022-23

View the documents that are included with the annual business rate bills and some additional information which may be helpful to you.

Business Rates online forms

Apply for rate relief or set up a direct debit

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