You'll have to pay business rates if you use a building or part of a building for business purposes.
Find out how your business rates are calculated and estimate what you have to pay.
Find out how your business property's rateable value can be affected by the government's revaluation.
Information on completion notices for newly built business properties, and what to do if you disagree with a notice.
Find out how business rates are affected if your property becomes empty or partly occupied.
Under the Freedom of Information Act, we publish reports about business rates for all businesses in the city.
Set up a Direct Debit to pay your business rates monthly, or pay by card online.
Pay your business rates by card on the phone, by post or with internet or phone banking.
A detailed guide to help you understand your business rates bill.
Go paperless and get your Council Tax or business rates bills by email instead, or change your eBill preferences.
Let us know if you're moving your business into, out of or within Brighton & Hove.
Let us know whenever a tenant moves into or out of a business property you're renting out.
Find out about the help available if you're having trouble paying your business rates, and what happens if you don't pay.
Small businesses, charities, retail properties and pubs can get discounts on their business rates bills.
Find out if your business qualifies for Small Business Rate Relief (SBRR) and apply online.
Help with business rates for those most affected by the 2017 business rates revaluation.
Contact us if you have a question about your business rates, or disagree with a decision we've made.
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