Published: 25 July 2016 by Sarah Taylor
Business rates have been a hot topic over recent years with the business community criticising the structure of the scheme and the burden upon business owners. The Government consultation has now been concluded and the rates review is set to commence on 1st April 2017.
Here are our tips for preparing your business:
John Webber, Head of Rating at Colliers International confirms:
“For pub landlords, it’s time to get organised. The government is due to publish its revised business rates list in September and we are expecting big changes with increases across London and much of the South East. And with so many cowboy business rates advisers, if you want to appeal your new business rates bill, then make sure you use a business you can trust for the best advice. It is time to start planning.”
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