Rates shake-up may be a borough boost

Rates shake-up may be a borough boost
 

An overhaul of the business rates system could prove to be good news for both Wigan firms and the town hall, according to estimates.
The government released on Friday details of its plans to “ensure fairer bills for businesses”, the first revamp since 2008.
Estimates suggest North West towns could see an 11 per cent drop on average whereas London will see an 11 per cent rise.
The move is part of wider reforms which will see local authorities rely more heavily on locally collected rates instead of government grants.
Speaking to the Evening Post, deputy chief executive Paul McKevitt suggested... read more

 
8 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 33
Source: Wigan Today
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