Empty Rates Mitigation

24 July 2023, by Jordan

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Our client had an empty office building with multiple floors, situated in the heart of London.

It’s rateable value of £1.2 million is indicative of the building’s potential worth, but also of its significant financial commitments. The rates payable, a staggering £614,000 per year, presented a considerable challenge.

Instead of allowing the property to sit vacant and become a lost opportunity, our client took advantage of our game-changing 100% savings scheme, and had no more empty rates to pay – ever.

Total Saving: £614,000 – 100%

Outstanding service. Very professional to deal with – they know what they’re doing and do it extremely well. They saved me thousands of pounds. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend.

Catherine Garel-Jones

Our client had an empty office building with multiple floors, situated in the heart of London.

It’s rateable value of £1.2 million is indicative of the building’s potential worth, but also of its significant financial commitments. The rates payable, a staggering £614,000 per year, presented a considerable challenge.

Instead of allowing the property to sit vacant and become a lost opportunity, our client took advantage of our game-changing 100% savings scheme, and had no more empty rates to pay – ever.

  • Empty Rates Mitigation

    Empty Rates Mitigation

    Total Saving: £48,128

    Our client had an empty office building with multiple floors, situated in the heart of London. It’s rateable value of £1.2 million is indicative of the building’s potential worth, but also of its significant financial commitments. The rates payable, a staggering £614,000 per year, presented a considerable challenge.

  • Empty Rates Mitigation

    Empty Rates Mitigation

    Total Saving: £614,000

    Our client had an empty office building with multiple floors, situated in the heart of London. It’s rateable value of £1.2 million is indicative of the building’s potential worth, but also of its significant financial commitments. The rates payable, a staggering £614,000 per year, presented a considerable challenge.

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    Total Saving: £58,030

    In July 2020, our client was sent a back dated bill (effective 1st April 2017) for payment of Business Rates totalling £58,030 for a piece of land they owned that was not previously assessed for rates. The land was initially assessed with a Rateable Value of £30,000. On 5th December 2020 they instructed Verity to […]