Business Rates Revaluation 2023

The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) has updated the rateable values of all business, and other non-domestic, property in England and Wales.

These future rateable values will take effect from 1 April 2023.

What does this mean?

The information released today gives the future rateable values for non-domestic properties in England and Wales.

You can check the factual information used for your valuation and tell the VOA if anything is wrong.

The rateable value for your property is not what you pay in business rates or rent. Your local council uses the rateable value to calculate your business rates bill.

Read more at: GOV.UK

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