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Business Rates Autumn Statement
Business Rates Autumn Statement
24th Nov 2016

In the words of the Chancellor... “Trust Me It Is Complicated”

The Business Rates Revaluation will have an Impact on Tenants Statutory Compensation.
The Business Rates Revaluation will have an Impact on Tenants Statutory Compensation.
8th Nov 2016

The Business Rates revaluation should be taken into account by Landlords when considering the amount of tenant's statutory compensation payable under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

The Unappealing Appeal
The Unappealing Appeal
14th Oct 2016

Any Business Rate Appeal that actually reaches the Valuation Tribunal can only be amended if the proposed new rateable value is outside the bounds of reasonable professional judgement!

Hammer Blow
Hammer Blow
10th Oct 2016

Following the release of the draft rating list last week, properties in London’s West End are set to see hikes of 75% to 100% in their rateable values, with some shops seeing as much as a 250% rise.

Business Rates Appeals add a Sting in the Tail.
Business Rates Appeals add a Sting in the Tail.
26th Aug 2016

The Government has launched its latest consultation of the Business Rates Appeals System. As part of its reform of rates appeals a move to a ‘check, challenge, appeal’ system may come with massive Sting in the Tail.

You Win Some & You Lose Some
You Win Some & You Lose Some
8th Jun 2016

The effect of the new Decapitalisation Rate will mean higher rates overall as the Government will have to increase the UBR to compensate for this loss in the total tax take.

The Winners in 2017
The Winners in 2017
1st Jun 2016

When the next revaluation comes into force, some businesses will move outside of the £12,000 threshold for rates relief, and some will fall within it. This largely depends on the specific nature of your property and where in the country it is located.

2017 BUSINESS RATES REVALUATION
2017 BUSINESS RATES REVALUATION
27th May 2016

1st April 2017 is a date that should be in every businesses diary. This date brings the new rating list into effect.

Merged Muddle - A Business Rates Warning
Merged Muddle - A Business Rates Warning
9th Mar 2016

The Valuation Office Agency has now re-drafted its own Rating Manual to reflect the decision with wide repercussions expected for the ratepayers who occupy similar premises.

Not Liable For Rates?
Not Liable For Rates?
9th Feb 2016

In an unusual case, the Upper Tribunal has determined that a former retail warehouse building should be treated as exempt from rates as an agricultural building, because it was being used solely in connection with agricultural use.

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