Business rates information
We regularly get requests for information on Business Rates (or NNDR), therefore, we have decided to publish this information and update it at regular intervals.
A request for updated information in advance of when the next update is due will normally be refused under Section 22 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 on the grounds that it is information that we hold with the intention of publishing at a specific date.
If you are not able to find the information you require on this page, take a look at our disclosure log, where we publish responses from previous Freedom of Information Act 2000 and Environmental Information Regulations 2004 requests.
Information about the ratepayer at the property will only be displayed if the ratepayer is a company. All information can be found in the documents below.
On this page
All accounts for occupied and void properties
Produced in January 2019 and will be updated on an annual basis. The next update will be available from January 2020. Details of new accounts will be provided on a monthly basis.
Spreadsheets can be filtered to provide details of business' in receipt of rate relief.
Accounts in credit
Updated information as at April 2019. We have received a number of requests for credit write on balances from the earliest date our records allow. We are unable to provide this information. Section 12 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 applies an exemption from release of information if to do so would exceed the ‘appropriate limit’. There are approximately 1000 records which would have to be examined manually and it would take five minutes to check each record. This would mean a total of approximately 83 hours to comply with these requests. The release of this information is, therefore, exempt under Section 12 of the Act.
Information will be published on a monthly basis giving details of all new NNDR accounts opened in the previous month.
Re-use of public sector information requests
Information released under FOI or EIR will be done so in accordance with the Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations under the Open Government Licence. For further information on how these regulations affect the data you have requested please refer to our re-use of public information webpage.
Data Protection Officer