2017 Non-domestic rating revaluation - consultation on possible transitional arrangements

Closed 12 Oct 2016

Opened 16 Aug 2016

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Overview

Note: This consultation will run for a shorter consultation period of 8 weeks due to the limited number of stakeholders on what is a particular issue.

The Scottish Government has an option to put transitional relief arrangements in place to phase in any large changes in individual rate bills arising from the 2017 revaluation. This is referred to as transitional relief, although in practice it means that some ratepayers pay more or less than they otherwise would. This discussion paper considers in principle whether any transitional arrangements should be put in place for 2017.

 

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Why We Are Consulting

The Scottish Government previously committed to consulting on this issue.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • People of Scotland

Interests

  • Business, Industry and Innovation
  • Public Sector