Most non-domestic properties have a rateable value.
The rateable value is set by the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) and is broadly based on the market rent for the property at a given date. The rateable value is not the amount you pay in business rates, but it is used by us to calculate your business rates bill.
You can check the 'rateable value' of your property on the GOV.UK website.
You can also:
- request changes to property or valuation details if you think they are wrong
- view the valuation details of other properties
- challenge the rateable value if eligible
Appeal against your valuation
If you want to make an appeal against your rateable value, you should contact the Valuation Office Agency (VOA). If you cannot agree, your case will be referred to a tribunal.