Business Rates, or National Non-Domestic Rates, are collected by Basildon Council.
Business Rates - Revaluation 2017 Customer Advice As a part of Business Revaluation 2017 the Valuation Office Agency has published over 1.9m new draft rateable values online. Find out how to check yours here. Business Rates - Register for Business Rates e-Billing Basildon Council offers Business Rates e-Billing. Register online here and we will send your Business Rates bill direct to your inbox. Business Rates - Ways To Pay There are several different ways you can pay your Business Rates bill. Direct Debit is the easiest and most convenient way to pay. Business Rates - Reductions And Reliefs In certain circumstances a business may be entitled to business rate relief. Business Rates - Report A Change Of Address / Circumstances It is important that you tell us immediately about any changes that might affect your Business Rates or you may end up paying more than you should. Business Rates - What Are They And Who Has To Pay? Non-Domestic Rates, or business rates, must be paid by the occupiers of business premises to help pay for services provided by the local authorities. Business Rates - How They Are Calculated Non-Domestic Rates, or business rates are calculated by multiplying the Rateable Value (RV) of the business premises by the Rate on the Pound/Multiplier. Business Rates - What happens if I do not pay? If you do not pay your Business Rates, or pay late, you may be subject to recovery proceedings Business Rates - Rateable Value Appeals Every non-domestic premises is given a rateable value which is decided to the Valuation Office Agency. Business Rates - Information pack 2016/17 Your guide to National Non-Domestic Rates (NNDR) for 2016/17 Business Rates Published Data The Freedom of Information Act 2000 provides a 'right of access' to NNDR Business Rates recorded information. We regularly update and publish details of RVs,charges, reliefs, ratepayers, new occupiers and credit balances. Business Rates - Charity Relief Review Basildon Council regularly undertakes a review of all Mandatory and/or Discretionary Business Rates Relief made to charitable organisations.