Business rates are charged on most non-domestic properties, like:
You’ll probably have to pay business rates if you use a building or part of a building for non-domestic purposes.
Your local council will send you a business rates bill in February or March each year. This is for the following tax year. You can also estimate your business rates bill.
You might be able to pay your business rates bill in 12 instalments. Contact your local council to find out more.
You may be able to get business rates relief. This is sometimes automatic, but you may need to apply through your local council.
The process depends on where you are. Find out about: