Consultation outcome

Reforming business rates appeals: draft regulations

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Reforming business rates appeals: consultation on statutory implementation - summary of consultation responses and government response

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This document summarises the responses to the business rates appeals reforms consultation on the statutory implementation and sets out decisions the government has taken, as a basis for introducing regulations by April 2017.

Original consultation

Summary

We are seeking views on draft regulations to support the business rates appeals reforms.

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Consultation description

The government published a consultation paper on proposals for a reformed business rates appeals system in October 2015. This paper sought views on proposals for a new 3-stage approach to business rates appeals: ‘check, challenge, appeal’.

Enabling primary legislation has been brought forward via the Enterprise Act 2016 and we are now consulting on the draft regulations.

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Check, challenge, appeal: reforming business rates appeals - consultation on statutory implementation

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Published 16 August 2016
Last updated 8 March 2017 + show all updates
  1. Added summary of consultation responses and government response.
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