Non domestic rates - often referred to as business rates, or NNDR - are charged on most non-domestic properties (including commercial ones) such as shops, offices, pubs, warehouses and factories. If you use a building or part of a building for non-domestic purposes, you will probably have to pay business rates.
To register for non-domestic rates, click here.
Manage your account online
You can see your business rates details, including correspondence we've sent to you, online. You can also sign up or amend Direct Debit details.
You can reduce the amount of paper we use by opting to receive your bills by email. Once you have received your first paper bill, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your Business Rates account number, tell us you want to go paperless, and we will do the rest.
Paying your NNDR
Visit our ways to pay webpage to find out how you can pay your NNDR.
Revaluation of business rates on April 1, 2023
On November 17, the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) published the draft April 1, 2023 business rates list, setting out rateable values for properties in England. The draft list is now available to local authorities. A business rates calculator was also published to help businesses estimate what their new business rates bill will be from April 1, 2023. Your 2023/2024 business rates bill (issued in March 2023) will include your new rateable value.
Autumn Statement 2022 - business rates measures for 2023
In the Autumn Statement (November 17, 2022), it was announced that the Government would provide the following level of support to businesses:
- 2023/24 Retail, Hospitality and Leisure (RHL) rate relief scheme increasing the current relief from 50 per cent to 75 per cent in 2023-24 (up to £110k per business)
- Freezing the business rates multipliers at 49.9p (small business multiplier) and 51.2p (standard multiplier)
- A new Supporting Small Business (SSB) relief scheme to ensure no small business faces a bill increase greater than £50 per month for 2023-24 as a result of losing eligibility for Small Business Rate Relief or Rural Rate Relief
- An Exchequer funded Transitional Relief scheme to limit bill increases caused by changes in rateable values These changes will take effect from April 1, 2023