Our business rates experts will help you to understand:
We can challenge your new Rateable Value if necessary, through the Check, Challenge & Appeal process.
We will review your rating assessment and act on your behalf to regularise your position with the VOA.
From small business rate relief and empty rates reliefs to Material Changes in Circumstance, we will claim what you are eligible for.
Revaluation 2023 - what will happen when
1st Apr 2023
Publication date for the final Live Rating List
22nd Mar 2023
Spring Budget and potential for further updates on business rates
21st Nov 2022
Publication of the Drafting Rating List
1st Oct 2022
Autumn/Winter 2022: The VOA will seek to clear outstanding 2017 Rating List appeals
1st Mar 2022
Requests for information from the VOA start to be received
1st Apr 2021
Date from which your new Rateable Value (RV) will be calculated
Insights & Resources
Does business rates support package go far enough?
Autumn Statement: Business rates changes welcome, but do they go far enough?
The latest Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, has today (17 November) delivered yet another Budget for 2022 with a focus on bringing stability, growth and the rebuilding of public finances.
Bleak picture for businesses over revaluation
Adam Barnfield, Head of Business Rates at Vail Williams, says a lack of clarity over business rates, plus rising energy costs and interest rates, are causing financial uncertainty for a great many businesses
Revaluation 2023: Draft Rating List is coming but what does it mean?
Preparations for the rating Revaluation 2023 are well underway, but what should businesses expect next?
Mini-Budget overdelivers in tax cuts, but not for business rates
Whilst the Mini-Budget last week has made waves by delivering the most significant tax cuts in 50 years, it was completely uninspiring from a Business Rates perspective.
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Crawley / Brighton
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