Following the Revaluation are your rates bills too high?

On the 1st April 2017 all properties were revalued. Your new Rateable Value will determine how much you pay in business rates for the next 5 years. How your business rates bill is calculated is complicated and even if the amount you pay has not changed much from the previous year it may be set to increase a lot more in future years.

If your property is in England then you will be affected by the governments new “check, challenge and appeal” system. We can help ensure this doesn’t affect your ability to claim a business rates refund.

Because of this Revaluation you must act now to make sure your business rates payments are kept to a minimum, here’s why:

  • Your Rateable Value could be excessive. The Valuation Office Agency get a lot of valuations wrong.
  • You may be due a  business rates refund
  • You may be due reduced rates bills due to the way you occupy your property
  • There may have been changes in the area around your property that mean you are due a rates refund.

Call us now on 0800 955 1234 for honest, straightforward advice.

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We have an amazing team ready to help you in the following areas:

Empty property rates needn’t be a burden.  You can reduce these by between 50% to 100% with the right strategy.  Discover how we can help you.  Read more…

Have a portfolio exceeding 50 properties? Our rates payment management service can cut the time and cost you spend on processing rates bills. Find out how. Read more…

Our forensic rates audit service recovers refunds going back many years and over multiple revaluations.  It can even include properties you no longer occupy. Find out more. Read more…

There are a raft of available reliefs that can reduce your rates bill.  We can advise on eligibility and how you can benefit from the maximum relief.  Check out how. Read more…

As business rates experts we can devise and implement rates reduction strategies for nationwide portfolios as well as provide pre-purchase advice. See how we can help. Read more…