Business Rates


Are you prepared for the 2017 Business Rates Revaluation?

Roger Hannah & Co are rating specialists with a proven track record of successfully reducing rateable values throughout the UK. Our dedicated and experienced business rates relief team can provide the following services:


Business rates represent one of the largest overheads for businesses and a successful business rates appeal or a carefully devised rates mitigation scheme can lead to substantial savings in the amount of rates you pay. 

Your Enquiry

By typing your property address including the postcode and the rateable value onto the enquiry section of our contact form, we can research your assessment prior to calling you directly. Your initial input allows us to swiftly advise on the best approach for you moving forward....saves time that way.

 

By helping to reduce your rates expenditure results in increased profitability for your business...

...this is our ultimate aim.

Latest Case studies

£0.00 VALUE FOR UNECONOMIC WORKS OF REPAIR » 24th November 2015

The Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) has determined a property in Tunbridge Wells.

No more of a ‘Mill Stone hanging round the developer’s neck’ » 16th October 2015

Acting on behalf of the owners of a large derelict mill building in Manchester, Roger Hannah & Co has successfully appealed its rateable value; reducing it down to £0 backdated to April 2010.

Plymouth - 36% Rates Reduction for Sea Front Restaurant. » 26th January 2015

Roger Hannah & Co acting for a Plymouth Hoe local restaurant have negotiated a significant rates reduction on their property.

Latest News

2017 Business Rates Appeals Procedure » 21st July 2017

The changes to the appeals system are significant and place the onus firmly on the ratepayer to demonstrate their assessment is excessive.

Roger Hannah & Co – Hits No 2 Nationwide » 10th July 2017

We are the second highest growing practice of chartered surveyors Nationwide!

Budget 2017 Winners and Losers: » 9th March 2017

"The Chancellor has completely ignored industry calls to stop the proposed changes to the appeal system."