Source: British Parliament News
30 September 2019
Members of the Lords, including a chair and trustee of the Credit Union Foundation and the chair of the Industry Consultative Committee at the University of West London, will discuss the key principles and purpose of the Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) Bill during second reading, on Monday 30 September.
Viscount Younger of Leckie (Conservative), parliamentary under-secretary in the Department for Housing, Communities and Local Government, is expected to open the debate on the bill and respond on behalf of the government.
Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) Bill summary
This bill will aim to:
bring the next revaluation for non-domestic rates in England and Wales forward by one year 1 April 2020, and thereafter;
move the cycle of new rating lists in England from every five years to every three years
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