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Business rates

Business rates billing information

Business rates is a local tax that is paid by the occupiers of all non-domestic /business property, in the same way that council tax is a tax on domestic property.

Business rates are charged on most business properties such as shops, offices, pubs, warehouses and factories. However, the property doesn't have to be used for a business - if it is used for purposes which are not domestic it is likely to be rateable. We will send you a business rates bill each year.

Message from the Leader of the Council [pdf]

Introductory message from Councillor Terry O'Neill, Leader of the Council.

A message from Cllr Russ Bowden [pdf]

How your business rates bill is calculated [pdf]

Information regarding how your bill is calculated

Council spending information [pdf]

Financial information from previous financial years in regard to the gross expenditure of the council

The council's budget and spending

Information about the council's budget

Cheshire Fire Authority funding [pdf]

How the Cheshire Fire Authority is funded through council tax

Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC)

Financial arrangements information on the Cheshire PCC website