Briefing: 2017 business rates revaluation

Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
November 10, 2016
Tom Lawrence, LGiU Associate
Issues Covered
  • business rates
  • local government finance
Economy and Regeneration, Local government finance
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Business Rates devolution (November 2015)

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Local Government Funding in this Parliament – distribution (February 2016)

Budget 2016 (March 2016)

Budget 2016: devolution and local growth (April 2016)

Queen’s Speech 2016 – devolution and local growth (June 2016)

Improving Business Rates Retention – IPPR “Better Rates” (August 2016)

Consultation on 100% Business Rates Retention: Devolution and Evolution (August 2016)

Consultation on 100% Business Rates Retention: Flexibilities and practicalities (September 2016)

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September and early October saw the release of a number of documents relating to the 2017 revaluation. These were issued by the VOA and DCLG. There was also an observation published by the IFS on the 28 September releases. This report summarises these publications and comments on them.

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