Business rates relief and reduction
The COVID-19 Additional Relief Fund (CARF) is for businesses not eligible for existing support linked to business rates.
Guidance on the business rates retail, hospitality and leisure relief 2022/23 for eligible ratepayers.
Guidance on the expanded retail discount 2021/22 as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Guidance on the business rates discount for nurseries as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Apply for rate relief for charitable and non-profit making organisations.
Apply for business rates relief for small business.
Apply for rate relief for empty properties.
Apply for business rates relief in rural areas.
Apply for rate relief for partly occupied properties.
Guidance for business rates relief on the grounds of hardship.
Guidance on the business rates relief for public houses written in the Ministerial Statement 27 Jan 2020.
Eligibility criteria for rate relief for local newspapers.
Information on the Discretionary Rate Relief Sub-Committee, including meeting dates, agendas, contact details and attendance statistics.
Details of our revised discretionary rate relief policy, adopted on 1 April 2017.