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Recovery of business rates 
Where business rates go 
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Business rates

Pay your business rates online

Pay your business rates or view your business rates account - You can pay online, by Direct Debit, by BACS, by telephone, by post, or in person.

Business rates bills, overpayments and refunds

Business rates bills, overpayments and refunds - Find out how your bill is calculated and how to apply for a refund if you have overpaid.

Rateable values

Rateable values - Find out the rateable value of your premises and how to appeal about your rateable value.

Occupation of premises

Occupation of premises - Find out how the type of occupation of your premises may affect your business rates, or tell us if you are a new occupier, leaving a premises, if the premises is used for domestic and business use, or if it is unoccupied or partly occupied.

Business rates relief

Business rates relief - You may be eligible business rates relief if you are a small business, a charity, a new business, or if you are having difficulties paying your business rates.

Recovery of business rates

Recovery of business rates - If you are having difficulties paying your business rates you must contact us to try to reach a suitable payment agreement with you. If payment is not made within seven days of the instalment date, we can start to take action against you to recover the unpaid business rates.

Where business rates go

Where business rates go - Find out more about this year's business rates, including calculations and a breakdown of the services your business rates pays for.

About the city centre levy (BID levy)

About the city centre levy (BID levy) or pay your BID levy - If your business is located in the city centre, it may be part of Hull’s business improvement district (BID) where a BID levy applies. The levy is not a part of the business rate but is based on the business rate and is collected by the council.

Contact us

Local Taxation
Hull City Council
PO Box 15
Hull
HU1 2AB

Tel: 01482 300 301
Text phone: 01482 300 349
Fax: 01482 613 562
Email: ndrsr@hullcc.gov.uk

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