Briefing: 100% Business Rates Retention: Further consultation

Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
April 18, 2017
Author
Tom Lawrence, LGiU Associate
Issues Covered
  • Devolution
  • economic development
  • economic growth
  • Funding
  • Government consultations
  • local government finance
Categories
Economy and Regeneration, Local government finance
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The government’s further consultation on the design of the reformed business rates system runs until 3 May. It covers resets, pooling, Local Growth Zones, appeals, tier splits, the safety net and the central list. This briefing sets it in context, describes it and comments on it.

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