Have you received a Business Rates Reminder / Final
Business Rates Reminders / Final Notices were issued on 12th
September 2014. If you have received a Reminder / Final Notice, the
full payment requested needs to be received by Cheshire East
Council by 7th October 2014 at the latest, to prevent a Summons
For further information regarding Reminder / Final Notices,
please visit the Reminder / Final
Notice section of our Recovery Process & FAQ's page.
Should you need to speak to a member of staff regarding the
Reminder / Final Notice you have received, please note we are
experiencing a heavy volume of calls at the moment. Therefore we
apologise if you experience a delay in contacting the office.
Business Rates Payments to New Bank Account
On 1st April 2014 Cheshire East Council changed
banks from the Co-op to Barclays. As our Co-op bank account has now
closed, any payments made to our old bank account will be returned
to your own bank account, although there could be a delay in this
occurring. Therefore, the payment will not reach your Council Tax
or Business Rates account.
Payments should now be made directly to our
new bank account, details which are available on our Payment Options page.
Business Rates Freedom of Information
Have you received an Empty Property Rates Review letter?
online review form in order to update our records.
What are Business Rates?
The Non-Domestic Rates or Business Rates, collected by Cheshire
East Council are the means by which businesses and others who
occupy non-domestic property make a contribution towards the cost
of local services.
If your property has both business and residential use (for
example, a Public House), part will be assessed for Business Rates
and the living accommodation will be assessed for Council Tax.
Contact Business Rates online
0300 123 5013
Business Rates Team available for telephone enquiries:
Mon 09.00 to 13.00
Tue 13:00 to 17:00
Thur 09:00 to 13:00
Fri 13:00 to 17:00
Cheshire East Council
PO Box 622
HM Revenue & Customs Business Tax Advice
HM Revenue & Customs has developed a range of useful tools
to help new businesses understand tax and National Insurance
responsibilities and find the answers that are right for them.
Visit the GOV.UK
website to see the range of short videos, guides and factsheets
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