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Business rates are also referred to as non-domestic rates. They are paid on non-domestic properties by businesses and companies.
The amount you pay is calculated by multiplying the non-domestic rate (NDR) per pound by the rateable value of the property your business occupies.
The non-domestic rate per pound is set by the Scottish Government.
|Rateable value less than £51,001||49.0 pence per pound|
|New intermediate supplement for rateable values between £51,001 and £95,000||50.3 pence per pound|
|Rateable value greater than £95,000||51.6 pence per pound|
If you have any enquiries about your business rates, please email email@example.com.
Your business rates bill does not include charges for water and waste water.
If you have any enquiries about water or waste water, please contact Scottish Water.
In a statement to the Scottish Parliament on 16 February 2021, the Cabinet Secretary for Finance, confirmed that 100% non-domestic rates relief for the retail, hospitality, leisure and aviation sectors will be extended beyond the three-month commitment already made in the Scottish Budget, and will cover all of the 2021/22 financial year.
This will include all the properties that were eligible for relief in 2020/21.
In order to qualify for this relief, local businesses need to operate within one of those business sectors and occupy a suitable property class.
The Scottish Government has requested that new relief applications must be made for each business that wishes to re-apply.
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