Brentwood Borough Council Business - Business Rates

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Important Notice: As part of the Council’s transformational programme and forthcoming move out of the Town Hall, from the 4th September the Revenues and Benefits counter in the Town Hall will be changing its opening days:

The Counter will operate on Monday and Thursday from 8:30 to 17:00. We thank you for your understanding during these times of change.

 

 

Non-Domestic Rates, or business rates, collected by local authorities are the way that those who occupy non-domestic property contribute towards the cost of local services.

Under the business rates retention arrangements introduced from 1st April 2013, Brentwood Borough Council and its precepting authorities can keep a proportion of the business rates paid locally. This provides a direct financial incentive for Brentwood Borough Council to work with local businesses and create a favourable local environment for growth as the Council will benefit from growth in business rates revenues.

The money, together with revenue from Council Tax payers, revenue support grant provided by the Government and certain other sums, is used to pay for the services provided by the Council and other local authorities in your area.

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Business Rates

Important Notice: As part of the Council’s transformational programme and forthcoming move out of the Town Hall, from the 4th September the Revenues and Benefits counter in the Town Hall will be changing its opening days:

The Counter will operate on Monday and Thursday from 8:30 to 17:00. We thank you for your understanding during these times of change.

 

 

Non-Domestic Rates, or business rates, collected by local authorities are the way that those who occupy non-domestic property contribute towards the cost of local services.

Under the business rates retention arrangements introduced from 1st April 2013, Brentwood Borough Council and its precepting authorities can keep a proportion of the business rates paid locally. This provides a direct financial incentive for Brentwood Borough Council to work with local businesses and create a favourable local environment for growth as the Council will benefit from growth in business rates revenues.

The money, together with revenue from Council Tax payers, revenue support grant provided by the Government and certain other sums, is used to pay for the services provided by the Council and other local authorities in your area.

Online Services