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2018 No. 463

Rating And Valuation, England

The Non-Domestic Rating (Rates Retention and Levy and Safety Net) (Amendment) Regulations 2018

Made

29th March 2018

Coming into force in accordance with regulation 1

The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government makes the following Regulations in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 97(2A), 99 and 143(1) and (2) of, and paragraphs 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 22, 25 and 37 of Schedule 7B to, the Local Government Finance Act 1988(1) (“the 1988 Act”).

In accordance with section 143(9D)(2) of the 1988 Act, a draft of this instrument was laid before Parliament and approved by resolution of each House of Parliament.

These Regulations are made with the consent of the Treasury in accordance with paragraph 8(3) of Schedule 7B to the 1988 Act.

PART 1Preliminary

Citation and commencement

1.—(1) These Regulations may be cited as the Non-Domestic Rating (Rates Retention and Levy and Safety Net) (Amendment) Regulations 2018.

(2) These Regulations come into force on the day after the day on which they are made.

PART 2Rates Retention

Amendment of the Non-Domestic Rating (Rates Retention) Regulations 2013

2.  The Non-Domestic Rating (Rates Retention) Regulations 2013(3) are amended as follows.

Amendment of regulation 3

3.  In regulation 3 (calculation and notification of non-domestic rating income and other amounts)—

(a)in paragraph (1)(da) for “Parts 2 to 6” substitute “Parts 1 to 22”;

(b)in paragraph (1)(db) for “Parts 2 to 6” substitute “Parts 1 to 22”; and

(c)after paragraph (2A) insert—

(2B) In relation to the relevant year commencing on 1st April 2018, a billing authority listed in Parts 1 and 7 to 22 of Schedule 5 must on or before 30th April 2018 notify the Secretary of State and any relevant precepting authority of the amounts it has calculated under paragraph (1)(da) and (db) for that relevant year..

Amendment of regulation 4

4.  In regulation 4 (payment to the Secretary of State in respect of the central share) after paragraph (3) insert—

(4) In relation to the relevant year commencing on 1st April 2018, this regulation does not apply to a billing authority listed in Parts 1 and 7 to 22 of Schedule 5..

Amendment of regulation 5

5.  In regulation 5 (payments by billing authorities to major precepting authorities in respect of share of income)—

(a)in paragraph (3) after “paragraph (3A)” insert “, (3B) or (3C)”;

(b)in paragraph (3A) omit sub-paragraph (a); and

(c)after paragraph (3A) insert—

(3B) For the relevant year commencing on 1st April 2017 and a relevant year commencing on or after 1st April 2019, the relevant precepting authority share for the Greater London Authority is 37%.

(3C) For the relevant year commencing on 1st April 2018, the relevant precepting authority shares are—

(a)36% where the relevant precepting authority is the Greater London Authority;

(b)49% where the relevant precepting authority is Derbyshire County Council;

(c)59% where the relevant precepting authority is Devon County Council;

(d)50% where the relevant precepting authority is Gloucestershire County Council;

(e)59% where the relevant precepting authority is Kent County Council;

(f)40% where the relevant precepting authority is Lincolnshire County Council;

(g)20% where the relevant precepting authority is Suffolk County Council; and

(h)70% where the relevant precepting authority is Surrey County Council..

Amendment of regulation 9

6.  In regulation 9 (end of year calculations) for “30th September” substitute “31st July”.

Amendment of Schedule 2

7.  In Schedule 2 (qualifying relief for deduction from central share) for paragraph 1(2)(b) substitute—

(b)the ratepayer in respect of the hereditament became the ratepayer on or before—

(i)31st March 2018 in the case of a hereditament situated in an area designated by regulation 3 of the Non-Domestic Rating (Designated Areas) Regulations 2013(4);

(ii)31st March 2019 in the case of a hereditament situated in an area designated by regulation 3 of the Non-Domestic Rating (Designated Areas) Regulations 2014(5);

(iii)31st March 2020 in the case of a hereditament situated in the area designated by regulation 3(1) of the Non-Domestic Rating (Designated Area) Regulations 2015(6);

(iv)31st March 2021 in the case of a hereditament situated in an area designated by regulation 4(1) of the Non-Domestic Rating (Designated Areas etc.) Regulations 2016(7);

(v)31st March 2022 in the case of a hereditament situated in an area designated by regulation 4(1) of the Non-Domestic Rating (Designated Areas etc.) Regulations 2017(8)..

Amendment of Schedule 3

8.  In the definition of “Q” in Schedule 3 (transfer from collection fund to general fund)—

(a)in each of paragraphs (a) to (d) after “paragraph (e)” insert “or (f)”; and

(b)after paragraph (e) insert—

(f)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2018—

(i)for a billing authority listed in Part 1 of Schedule 5, 64%;

(ii)for a billing authority listed in Parts 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18 and 19 of Schedule 5, 99%;

(iii)for a billing authority listed in Parts 8 and 12 of Schedule 5, 50%;

(iv)for a billing authority listed in Part 15 of Schedule 5, 90%;

(v)for a billing authority listed in Part 17 of Schedule 5, 60%;

(vi)for a billing authority listed in Part 20 of Schedule 5, 100%;

(vii)for a billing authority listed in Part 21 of Schedule 5, 80%; and

(viii)for a billing authority listed in Part 22 of Schedule 5, 30%;.

Amendment of Schedule 4

9.—(1) In Schedule 4 (rules for estimation and apportionment of surplus and deficit), paragraph 2 is amended as follows.

(2) In sub-paragraph (1) for “or (1D)” substitute “, (1D), (1E), (1F), (1G) or (1H)”.

(3) For sub-paragraph (1C) substitute—

(1C) For the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2019, the Secretary of State’s share of any surplus or of any deficit estimated for that year under paragraph 1 by a billing authority listed in Part 1 of Schedule 5 is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(4) After sub-paragraph (1D) insert—

(1E) For the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2019, the Secretary of State’s share of any surplus or of any deficit estimated for that year under paragraph 1 by a billing authority listed in Parts 7 to 22 of Schedule 5 is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(1F) For the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2020, the Secretary of State’s share of any surplus or deficit estimated for that year under paragraph 1 by a billing authority listed in Part 1 of Schedule 5 is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(1G) For the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2020, the Secretary of State’s share of any surplus or of any deficit estimated for that year under paragraph 1 by a billing authority listed in Parts 7 to 22 of Schedule 5 is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(1H) For a relevant year beginning on or after 1st April 2021, the Secretary of State’s share of any surplus or of any deficit estimated for that year under paragraph 1 by a billing authority listed in Part 1 of Schedule 5 is 33%..

(5) In sub-paragraph (2)—

(a)for “or (2B)” substitute “, (2B) or (2C)”; and

(b)for “or (3A)” substitute “, (3A), (3B) or (3C)”.

(6) In sub-paragraph (2A) after sub-paragraph (b) insert—

(c)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2019, is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(d)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2020, is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(7) After sub-paragraph (2B) insert—

(2C) For a relevant precepting authority listed in sub-paragraph (2D), its share of any surplus or of any deficit—

(a)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2019, is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(b)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2020, is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(2D) The relevant precepting authorities are Derbyshire County Council, Devon County Council, Gloucestershire County Council, Kent County Council, Lincolnshire County Council, Suffolk County Council and Surrey County Council..

(8) After sub-paragraph (7) insert—

(7A) For a billing authority listed in Parts 1, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12 and 14 to 22 of Schedule 5, its share of any surplus or of any deficit—

(a)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2019, is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(b)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2020, is calculated in accordance with the formula—

(9) In sub-paragraph (8) after the definition of “E” insert—

F is—

(a)49% where the relevant precepting authority is Derbyshire County Council;

(b)59% where the relevant precepting authority is Devon County Council or Kent County Council;

(c)50% where the relevant precepting authority is Gloucestershire County Council;

(d)40% where the relevant precepting authority is Lincolnshire County Council;

(e)20% where the relevant precepting authority is Suffolk County Council;

(f)70% where the relevant precepting authority is Surrey County Council;

G is—

(a)9% where the relevant precepting authority is Derbyshire County Council, Devon County Council or Kent County Council;

(b)10% where the relevant precepting authority is Gloucestershire County Council, Lincolnshire County Council, Suffolk County Council or Surrey County Council;

H is—

(a)9% where the relevant precepting authority is Derbyshire County Council, Devon County Council or Kent County Council;

(b)10% where the relevant precepting authority is Gloucestershire County Council, Lincolnshire County Council, Suffolk County Council or Surrey County Council;

I is—

(a)49% where the relevant precepting authority is Derbyshire County Council;

(b)59% where the relevant precepting authority is Devon County Council or Kent County Council;

(c)50% where the relevant precepting authority is Gloucestershire County Council;

(d)40% where the relevant precepting authority is Lincolnshire County Council;

(e)20% where the relevant precepting authority is Suffolk County Council;

(f)70% where the relevant precepting authority is Surrey County Council;

J is—

(a)64% for a billing authority listed in Part 1 of Schedule 5;

(b)99% for a billing authority listed in Parts 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18 and 19 of Schedule 5;

(c)50% for a billing authority listed in Parts 8 and 12 of Schedule 5;

(d)90% for a billing authority listed in Part 15 of Schedule 5;

(e)60% for a billing authority listed in Part 17 of Schedule 5;

(f)100% for a billing authority listed in Part 20 of Schedule 5;

(g)80% for a billing authority listed in Part 21 of Schedule 5;

(h)30% for a billing authority listed in Part 22 of Schedule 5;

K is—

(a)30% for a billing authority listed in Part 1 of Schedule 5;

(b)49% for a billing authority listed in Parts 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18 and 19 of Schedule 5;

(c)40% for a billing authority listed in Parts 8, 12, 15, 17, 21 and 22 of Schedule 5;

(d)50% for a billing authority listed in Part 20 of Schedule 5;

L is—

(a)30% for a billing authority listed in Part 1 of Schedule 5;

(b)49% for a billing authority listed in Parts 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18 and 19 of Schedule 5;

(c)40% for a billing authority listed in Parts 8, 12, 15, 17, 21 and 22 of Schedule 5;

(d)50% for a billing authority listed in Part 20 of Schedule 5;

M is—

(a)64% for a billing authority listed in Part 1 of Schedule 5;

(b)99% for a billing authority listed in Parts 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 18 and 19 of Schedule 5;

(c)50% for a billing authority listed in Parts 8 and 12 of Schedule 5;

(d)90% for a billing authority listed in Part 15 of Schedule 5;

(e)60% for a billing authority listed in Part 17 of Schedule 5;

(f)100% for a billing authority listed in Part 20 of Schedule 5;

(g)80% for a billing authority listed in Part 21 of Schedule 5;

(h)30% for a billing authority listed in Part 22 of Schedule 5..

Amendment of Schedule 5

10.  After Part 6 of Schedule 5 (list of billing authorities) insert Parts 7 to 22 which are set out in Schedule 1 to these Regulations.

PART 3Levy and safety net

Amendment of the Non-Domestic Rating (Levy and Safety Net) Regulations 2013

11.  The Non-Domestic Rating (Levy and Safety Net) Regulations 2013(9) are amended as follows.

Amendment of regulation 2

12.  In regulation 2 (interpretation) for the definition of “business rates baseline” substitute—

“business rates baseline” means—

(a)for the year commencing on 1st April 2013, the amount specified with respect to an authority by regulation 5 and Schedule 2; and

(b)for the year commencing on 1st April 2017, the amount specified with respect to an authority by regulation 5 and Schedule 4;.

Amendment of regulation 5

13.  In regulation 5 (business rates baseline and baseline funding level)—

(a)in paragraph (1) after “business rates baseline of an authority” insert “for the year commencing on 1st April 2013”;

(b)after paragraph (1) insert—

(1A) The business rates baseline of an authority for the year commencing on 1st April 2017 is the amount specified with respect to that authority in column B of the table in Schedule 4.;

(c)for paragraph (4)(a) substitute—

(a)the business rates baseline of the authority—

(i)for the year commencing on 1st April 2013, is to be the sum of the individual business rates baselines of the authorities that comprise the pool for the year commencing on 1st April 2013;

(ii)for the year commencing on 1st April 2017, is to be the sum of the individual business rates baselines of the authorities that comprise the pool for the year commencing on 1st April 2017; and.

Amendment of regulation 6

14.  In regulation 6 (individual levy rates and safety net thresholds)—

(a)in paragraph (2A), after “paragraph (2C)” insert “or (2D)”;

(b)for paragraph (2B) substitute—

(2B) The formula is—

where—

E is the authority’s baseline funding level for the year commencing on 1st April 2017; and

F is the authority’s business rates baseline for the year commencing on 1st April 2017.;

(c)after paragraph (2C) insert—

(2D) For an authority listed in Parts 9 to 19 in Schedule 3, the individual levy rate for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2018 is zero..

Amendment of Schedule 1

15.—(1) Schedule 1 (calculation of retained rates income) is amended as follows.

(2) Paragraph 1(1) is amended as follows—

(a)in the definition of “P”—

(i)in paragraph (a) after “(b)” insert “or (c)”;

(ii)for paragraph (b) substitute—

(b)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2017, the amount specified for that authority in column C of Schedule 4;

(c)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2018, the amount specified for that authority in column E of Schedule 4;;

(b)in the definition of “Q”—

(i)in paragraph (a) after “(b)” insert “or (c)”;

(ii)for paragraph (b) substitute—

(b)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2017, the amount specified for that authority in column D of Schedule 4;

(c)for the relevant year beginning on 1st April 2018, the amount specified for that authority in column F of Schedule 4; and;

(c)in the definition of “T” for “1st April 2013” to the end of the sentence substitute “or after 1st April 2013”.

(3) Omit paragraph 1(1A).

(4) In paragraph 1(4A) for “50%” substitute “A%”.

(5) After paragraph 1(4A) insert—

(4B) For the purpose of sub-paragraph (4A), A is—

(a)for the relevant years beginning on 1st April 2013, 1st April 2014, 1st April 2015 and 1st April 2016, 50;

(b)for a relevant year beginning on or after 1st April 2017, the amount specified for that authority in column G of Schedule 4..

(6) In paragraph 2 the definition of “U” is amended as follows—

(a)for “1st April 2013, 1st April 2014 and 1st April 2015” substitute “or after 1st April 2013”;

(b)omit “, and in respect of any other year is zero”.

Amendment of Schedule 3

16.—(1) Schedule 3 (list of authorities) is amended as follows.

(2) In Parts 2 to 8 omit the columns headed “P” and “Q”.

(3) After Part 8 insert Parts 9 to 19 which are set out in Schedule 2 to these Regulations.

Insertion of Schedule 4

17.  After Schedule 3 insert Schedule 4 which is set out in Schedule 3 to these Regulations.

We consent

Rebecca Harris

Andrew Stephenson

Two of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty’s Treasury

29th March 2018

Signed by authority of the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government

Bourne of Aberystwyth

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State

Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

29th March 2018

Regulation 10

SCHEDULE 1

PART 7

Berkshire

The councils for the following local government areas—
Bracknell Forest
Reading
Slough
West Berkshire
Windsor and Maidenhead
Wokingham

PART 8

Derbyshire

The councils for the following local government areas—
Amber Valley
Bolsover
Chesterfield
Derbyshire Dales
Erewash
High Peak
North East Derbyshire
South Derbyshire

PART 9

Derbyshire

The council for the following local government area—
Derby

PART 10

Devon

The councils for the following local government areas—
East Devon
Exeter
Mid Devon
North Devon
South Hams
Teignbridge
Torridge
West Devon

PART 11

Devon

The councils for the following local government areas—
Plymouth
Torbay

PART 12

Gloucestershire

The councils for the following local government areas—
Cheltenham
Cotswold
Forest of Dean
Gloucester
Stroud
Tewkesbury

PART 13

Kent

The councils for the following local government areas—
Ashford
Canterbury
Dartford
Dover
Gravesham
Maidstone
Sevenoaks
Shepway
Swale
Thanet
Tonbridge and Malling
Tunbridge Wells

PART 14

Kent

The council for the following local government area—
Medway

PART 15

Leeds

The council for the following local government area—
Harrogate

PART 16

Leeds

The councils for the following local government areas—
York
Bradford
Calderdale
Kirklees
Leeds
Wakefield

PART 17

Lincolnshire

The councils for the following local government areas—
Boston
East Lindsey
Lincoln
North Kesteven
South Holland
South Kesteven
West Lindsey

PART 18

Lincolnshire

The council for the following local government area—
North Lincolnshire

PART 19

Solent

The councils for the following local government areas—
Portsmouth
Southampton

PART 20

Solent

The council for the following local government area—
Isle of Wight

PART 21

Suffolk

The councils for the following local government areas—
Babergh
Forest Heath
Ipswich
Mid Suffolk
St Edmundsbury
Suffolk Coastal
Waveney

PART 22

Surrey

The councils for the following local government areas—
Elmbridge
Epsom and Ewell
Guildford
Mole Valley
Reigate and Banstead
Runnymede
Spelthorne
Surrey Heath
Tandridge
Waverley
Woking

Regulation 16

SCHEDULE 2

PART 9

London

Authority—
Greater London Authority
The councils for the following local government areas—
Barking and Dagenham
Barnet
Bexley
Brent
Bromley
Camden
City of London
Croydon
Ealing
Greenwich
Hackney
Hammersmith and Fulham
Haringey
Harrow
Havering
Hillingdon
Hounslow
Islington
Kensington and Chelsea
Kingston upon Thames
Lambeth
Lewisham
Merton
Newham
Redbridge
Richmond upon Thames
Southwark
Sutton
Tower Hamlets
Waltham Forest
Wandsworth
Westminster

PART 10

Berkshire

The councils for the following local government areas—
Bracknell Forest
Reading
Slough
West Berkshire
Windsor and Maidenhead
Wokingham

PART 11

Derbyshire

The councils for the following local government areas—
Derbyshire
Amber Valley
Bolsover
Chesterfield
Derbyshire Dales
Erewash
High Peak
North East Derbyshire
South Derbyshire
Derby
The fire and rescue authority for the area of—
Derbyshire

PART 12

Devon

The councils for the following local government areas—
Devon
East Devon
Exeter
Mid Devon
North Devon
South Hams
Teignbridge
Torridge
West Devon
Plymouth
Torbay

PART 13

Gloucestershire

The councils for the following local government areas
Gloucestershire
Cheltenham
Cotswold
Forest of Dean
Gloucester
Stroud
Tewkesbury

PART 14

Kent

The councils for the following local government areas—
Kent
Ashford
Canterbury
Dartford
Dover
Gravesham
Maidstone
Sevenoaks
Shepway
Swale
Thanet
Tonbridge and Malling
Tunbridge Wells
Medway
The fire and rescue authority for the area of—
Kent

PART 15

Leeds

The councils for the following local government areas—
Harrogate
York
Bradford
Calderdale
Kirklees
Leeds
Wakefield

PART 16

Lincolnshire

The councils for the following local government areas—
Lincolnshire
Boston
East Lindsey
Lincoln
North Kesteven
South Holland
South Kesteven
West Lindsey
North Lincolnshire

PART 17

Solent

The councils for the following local government areas—
Portsmouth
Isle of Wight
Southampton

PART 18

Suffolk

The councils for the following local government areas—
Suffolk
Babergh
Forest Heath
Ipswich
Mid Suffolk
St Edmundsbury
Suffolk Coastal
Waveney

PART 19

Surrey

The councils for the following local government areas—
Surrey
Elmbridge
Epsom and Ewell
Guildford
Mole Valley
Reigate and Banstead
Runnymede
Spelthorne
Surrey Heath
Tandridge
Waverley
Woking

Regulation 17

SCHEDULE 3

Regulation 5 and Schedule 1

SCHEDULE 4Table of Authorities, Business Rates Baselines, Values for P and Q and A

Column AColumn BColumn CColumn DColumn EColumn FColumn G
Authority

Business Rates Baseline

(£)

Value of P for year commencing on 1st April 2017Value of Q for year commencing on 1st April 2017Value of P for year commencing on 1st April 2018Value of Q for year commencing on 1st April 2018Value of A for year commencing on 1st April 2017
Greater London Authority1,531,065,4970522,449,6980538,145,611N/A
The council for the local government area of—
Adur6,437,06304,786,77604,930,58570.2
Allerdale10,340,95806,927,10807,135,21964.4
Amber Valley11,673,71608,664,47808,924,78569.0
Arun11,870,85808,444,78508,698,49169.5
Ashfield12,767,06409,138,78709,413,34367.0
Ashford17,739,597015,052,272015,504,48669.9
Aylesbury Vale19,221,104015,501,539015,967,25172.8
Babergh8,716,61806,719,35806,921,22768.7
Barking and Dagenham17,614,00436,269,079037,358,708077.4
Barnet36,420,50918,426,342018,979,923080.1
Barnsley22,599,22430,570,199031,488,617066.8
Barrow-in-Furness7,751,47904,828,96304,974,03966.5
Basildon29,296,677023,972,258024,692,45477.2
Basingstoke and Deane28,445,944025,595,614026,364,58172.9
Bassetlaw15,743,106011,955,123012,314,29068.9
Bath & North East Somerset31,057,61908,935,52409,203,97470.8
Bedford27,700,7832,313,07102,382,562071.1
Bexley18,544,71515,683,249016,154,419071.0
Birmingham191,547,056142,975,9590147,271,374069.2
Blaby15,650,768013,568,020013,975,64370.7
Blackburn with Darwen18,948,88222,670,036023,351,110064.0
Blackpool22,262,14722,849,897023,536,375065.0
Bolsover8,050,58905,317,71005,477,46966.4
Bolton38,711,12624,939,740025,689,002066.9
Boston7,324,96704,800,74304,944,97167.8
Bournemouth30,518,45001,001,68701,031,78069.8
Bracknell Forest24,592,33008,873,56209,140,15076.2
Bradford65,369,20764,678,973066,622,118067.7
Braintree15,620,527012,364,197012,735,65370.4
Breckland11,649,66207,952,09408,190,99869.2
Brent32,980,52749,499,574050,986,686080.0
Brentwood11,014,68809,465,17709,749,53975.5
Brighton & Hove56,330,23301,105,76801,138,98972.4
Bristol99,387,18604,133,95204,258,14871.6
Broadland11,086,39008,401,00808,653,39966.8
Bromley26,860,7039,068,35409,340,794077.2
Bromsgrove9,347,48307,716,78807,948,62369.4
Broxbourne14,910,536012,712,098013,094,00678.2
Broxtowe10,194,13607,488,27607,713,24669.3
Buckinghamshire14,875,20526,688,650027,490,4550N/A
Burnley9,626,30305,643,82905,813,38664.5
Bury23,502,50610,125,084010,429,271068.8
Calderdale26,752,00112,683,857013,064,917066.3
Cambridge38,786,942034,797,664035,843,08877.8
Cambridgeshire23,386,22437,681,866038,813,9390N/A
Camden177,333,495091,897,120094,657,97776.6
Cannock Chase11,692,91608,848,75809,114,60170.6
Canterbury19,837,010015,459,646015,924,09970.0
Carlisle14,852,256011,737,641012,090,27468.7
Castle Point5,721,14503,607,58203,715,96471.0
Central Bedfordshire36,488,73706,443,33306,636,91072.3
Charnwood18,363,781014,354,909014,786,17372.0
Chelmsford28,872,441025,689,694026,461,48773.6
Cheltenham20,625,721017,972,189018,512,12670.7
Cherwell30,715,890027,149,598027,965,25174.8
Cheshire East62,744,785023,021,416023,713,04669.6
Cheshire West & Chester66,247,613016,796,752017,301,37670.7
Chesterfield13,857,873010,707,451011,029,13469.8
Chichester18,287,292016,184,312016,670,53670.3
Chiltern8,381,96506,987,51007,197,43673.8
Chorley8,819,69906,073,14706,255,60266.6
Christchurch7,247,15406,317,51506,507,31172.1
City of London272,126,8740256,555,7260264,263,40970.9
Colchester22,754,773018,714,011019,276,23572.8
Copeland13,348,750010,993,684011,323,96665.9
Corby11,580,83309,606,14209,894,73969.4
Cornwall78,905,63325,814,363026,589,902065.4
Cotswold12,479,830010,725,731011,047,96370.3
Coventry54,629,90020,885,510021,512,972069.9
Craven6,992,22305,604,93105,773,31966.0
Crawley43,177,709039,775,698040,970,67678.6
Croydon37,216,29331,931,228032,890,535076.0
Cumbria17,776,76065,196,607067,155,3040N/A
Dacorum24,203,410021,385,804022,028,29674.4
Darlington14,577,2076,814,75307,019,488068.2
Dartford30,304,775027,768,477028,602,72371.6
Daventry13,866,393011,888,591012,245,75969.7
Derby38,445,57615,457,714015,922,108070.7
Derbyshire16,793,59188,616,327091,278,6210N/A
Derbyshire Dales7,716,82506,152,49906,337,33867.4
Devon20,542,54275,319,709077,582,5330N/A
Doncaster38,766,84532,549,472033,527,353067.3
Dorset10,769,36726,676,781027,478,2290N/A
Dover14,918,415011,458,420011,802,66466.8
Dudley42,891,80521,429,840022,073,654067.8
Durham50,915,36367,967,039070,008,967066.3
Ealing42,590,02429,415,831030,299,568078.3
East Cambridgeshire7,171,19804,868,18505,014,44072.3
East Devon12,236,44209,745,521010,038,30567.7
East Dorset8,750,30307,460,41207,684,54572.8
East Hampshire12,125,334010,354,981010,666,07572.8
East Hertfordshire17,345,567014,804,964015,249,74873.5
East Lindsey12,666,16106,921,91507,129,86965.9
East Northamptonshire7,479,66005,229,11405,386,21267.4
East Riding of Yorkshire36,150,46813,558,518013,965,856067.3
East Staffordshire20,649,995017,662,268018,192,89470.6
East Sussex11,478,40558,621,822060,382,9930N/A
Eastbourne13,766,482010,355,824010,666,94371.8
Eastleigh21,330,820018,918,068019,486,42275.0
Eden8,017,54706,415,36706,608,10364.7
Elmbridge23,754,386021,580,029022,228,35678.2
Enfield32,395,99236,863,483037,970,970077.2
Epping Forest13,271,035010,161,002010,466,26874.7
Epsom and Ewell9,674,04108,348,21008,599,01576.9
Erewash9,181,02406,076,73506,259,29869.2
Essex40,844,980124,109,9180127,838,5420N/A
Exeter27,711,439023,854,535024,571,19573.7
Fareham15,893,003014,091,935014,515,29874.2
Fenland9,085,71105,628,64705,797,74868.1
Forest Heath9,143,69307,272,12807,490,60472.1
Forest of Dean4,903,57302,482,82602,557,41863.2
Fylde9,372,85607,565,51707,792,80767.8
Gateshead40,262,93514,339,677014,770,483069.4
Gedling8,361,82705,488,83505,653,73570.9
Gloucester18,710,024015,250,490015,708,65970.1
Gloucestershire20,108,75250,649,625052,171,2880N/A
Gosport5,587,48603,248,21203,345,79868.8
Gravesham8,674,83505,906,09206,083,52872.2
Great Yarmouth11,433,24107,846,55308,082,28767.1
Greenwich21,238,12756,727,430058,431,687073.5
Guildford32,472,485029,737,627030,631,03274.6
Hackney35,963,58467,729,615069,764,410078.1
Halton21,658,27112,057,919012,420,174069.9
Hambleton10,425,73208,476,16908,730,81868.6
Hammersmith and Fulham72,986,329015,221,118015,678,40578.4
Hampshire42,852,45869,448,628071,535,0680N/A
Harborough14,395,863012,742,381013,125,19972.1
Haringey22,018,18754,548,930056,187,739077.5
Harlow17,645,177014,733,204015,175,83277.1
Harrogate23,894,127020,399,079021,011,92669.1
Harrow15,924,48921,127,193021,761,915077.8
Hart12,155,340010,864,685011,191,09276.7
Hartlepool16,777,4649,829,308010,124,609066.6
Hastings8,859,53005,292,60605,451,61266.9
Havant12,203,52309,077,09709,349,80070.7
Havering22,985,1279,287,18209,566,196076.5
Herefordshire21,673,9088,808,34009,072,968066.8
Hertfordshire46,460,12569,397,904071,482,8190N/A
Hertsmere17,186,943014,644,236015,084,19276.2
High Peak9,913,53907,702,40607,933,80968.2
Hillingdon94,215,692050,117,304051,622,97477.0
Hinckley and Bosworth11,434,56609,007,65109,278,26769.4
Horsham16,056,639014,140,215014,565,02972.3
Hounslow51,392,55105,351,74805,512,53175.7
Huntingdonshire21,590,851017,310,390017,830,44572.8
Hyndburn7,069,21103,706,62003,817,97765.1
Ipswich20,088,908016,019,830016,501,11271.1
Isle of Wight18,319,81112,283,080012,652,100067.1
Isles of Scilly879,173544,4230560,779064.9
Islington77,002,8552,612,93102,691,431080.9
Kensington and Chelsea99,365,422050,122,941051,628,78180.6
Kent46,197,422129,274,4190133,158,2000N/A
Kettering10,414,27708,056,87808,298,93070.3
King’s Lynn and West Norfolk15,777,264010,649,185010,969,11867.4
Kingston upon Hull38,928,57637,257,744038,377,075069.0
Kingston upon Thames24,638,38204,032,59404,153,74576.2
Kirklees50,307,75726,903,178027,711,428066.5
Knowsley19,630,99638,630,695039,791,274070.3
Lambeth44,614,70959,537,560061,326,242077.0
Lancashire29,304,911147,643,2570152,078,8910N/A
Lancaster23,655,694018,298,318018,848,05366.1
Leeds161,365,603013,408,813013,811,65371.1
Leicester51,705,83042,919,697044,209,130070.1
Leicestershire20,104,55837,678,158038,810,1200N/A
Lewes9,383,35407,288,81707,507,79569.8
Lewisham18,656,50570,204,090072,313,226076.1
Lichfield12,839,579010,862,812011,189,16373.0
Lincoln15,789,896012,227,949012,595,31271.9
Lincolnshire18,828,34685,264,203087,825,7880N/A
Liverpool92,021,16072,999,607075,192,729067.8
Luton31,963,31313,548,613013,955,653073.5
Maidstone21,103,879018,059,630018,602,19472.6
Maldon5,041,96903,610,83003,719,31069.8
Malvern Hills6,358,02404,650,56204,790,27866.8
Manchester152,128,85814,816,288015,261,413069.9
Mansfield10,382,65506,897,43907,104,65869.0
Medway40,828,2984,197,37704,323,479072.9
Melton5,286,35104,046,51904,168,08970.6
Mendip12,488,51009,774,294010,067,94268.7
Merton24,678,8848,903,69509,171,188074.9
Mid Devon5,830,51403,763,79403,876,87067.1
Mid Suffolk8,476,27606,352,47706,543,32466.8
Mid Sussex16,979,596014,978,997015,429,00973.9
Middlesbrough17,480,99825,493,669026,259,574069.6
Milton Keynes70,157,823026,760,251027,564,20774.7
Mole Valley16,334,629015,133,479015,588,13372.5
New Forest25,747,753022,014,712022,676,09871.6
Newark and Sherwood14,069,515010,634,995010,954,50268.8
Newcastle upon Tyne68,022,70416,391,337016,883,780071.2
Newcastle-upon-Lyme12,231,98908,743,04209,005,70968.1
Newham34,307,93169,790,808071,887,527076.0
Norfolk25,327,967119,438,8550123,027,1470N/A
North Devon12,131,04409,338,08509,618,62965.7
North Dorset5,759,00904,209,41804,335,88168.8
North East Derbyshire5,659,39403,042,77703,134,19067.1
North East Lincolnshire28,454,5708,649,56908,909,428067.2
North Hertfordshire14,662,003012,116,325012,480,33472.9
North Kesteven8,990,69906,082,89706,265,64567.4
North Lincolnshire34,476,57503,499,24103,604,36867.3
North Norfolk10,475,79707,463,86307,688,09963.8
North Somerset27,204,4992,476,66102,551,067070.7
North Tyneside25,958,06519,148,980019,724,271069.8
North Warwickshire16,124,969014,330,397014,760,92469.6
North West Leicestershire19,257,083017,012,423017,523,52568.4
North Yorkshire18,372,52544,865,655046,213,5510N/A
Northampton35,500,029029,120,131029,994,98471.4
Northamptonshire24,154,48061,777,715063,633,6980N/A
Northumberland38,643,26025,713,800026,486,317067.0
Norwich30,343,548024,752,872025,496,52072.1
Nottingham63,498,33626,693,277027,495,221069.0
Nottinghamshire18,293,93983,402,941085,908,6090N/A
Nuneaton and Bedworth12,239,47008,791,88909,056,02372.0
Oadby and Wigston4,952,79803,512,52003,618,04673.3
Oldham26,421,23034,086,142035,110,189067.3
Oxford34,232,923028,387,074029,239,90577.3
Oxfordshire29,332,27337,864,989039,002,5630N/A
Pendle6,966,66003,164,52103,259,59362.4
Peterborough41,533,57802,300,72902,369,85073.3
Plymouth40,622,63913,854,365014,270,591071.1
Poole29,111,964012,908,644013,296,45872.9
Portsmouth38,819,5136,492,65406,687,712072.3
Preston22,135,453016,943,536017,452,56968.7
Purbeck7,177,51206,098,21606,281,42465.6
Reading56,110,792027,445,736028,270,28674.7
Redbridge18,110,63231,795,264032,750,487077.8
Redcar and Cleveland19,913,16213,758,116014,171,450065.1
Redditch12,518,182010,457,713010,771,89371.2
Reigate and Banstead20,433,048018,205,251018,752,18973.3
Ribble Valley5,291,12404,026,30004,147,26267.4
Richmond upon Thames25,710,03704,629,06704,768,13879.1
Richmondshire5,010,70703,605,93403,714,26765.1
Rochdale27,251,17530,048,703030,951,453066.7
Rochford6,440,45004,817,57104,962,30472.1
Rossendale4,569,48702,534,06802,610,19964.3
Rother7,000,43604,782,12104,925,79067.1
Rotherham32,484,21427,469,913028,295,189067.4
Rugby14,649,448012,394,756012,767,13072.2
Runnymede20,313,977018,583,052019,141,34175.2
Rushcliffe9,853,29207,626,65007,855,77769.7
Rushmoor17,475,229015,251,749015,709,95675.9
Rutland5,130,5790970,7090999,87168.4
Ryedale6,873,12805,342,85905,503,37468.8
Salford35,980,21031,848,966032,805,802068.6
Sandwell43,625,63551,405,652052,950,028068.7
Scarborough13,807,63309,805,012010,099,58364.6
Sedgemoor13,552,305010,234,400010,541,87168.9
Sefton32,775,06427,869,948028,707,242068.8
Selby14,875,302012,579,168012,957,08369.9
Sevenoaks13,919,489011,767,629012,121,16372.2
Sheffield94,835,49640,363,790041,576,436069.2
Shepway9,279,87305,794,16605,968,24067.5
Shropshire38,333,9039,367,87209,649,310069.0
Slough46,670,705018,391,834018,944,37879.9
Solihull48,253,112020,037,904020,639,90174.1
Somerset14,187,01749,598,291051,088,3690N/A
South Buckinghamshire11,789,026010,756,462011,079,61775.0
South Cambridgeshire27,202,897024,730,801025,473,78771.6
South Derbyshire8,549,55706,192,65906,378,70470.7
South Gloucestershire60,570,235025,395,116026,158,05970.4
South Hampshire12,506,413010,705,583011,027,21065.6
South Holland8,627,68605,503,20905,668,54267.2
South Kesteven15,776,734012,350,133012,721,16772.1
South Lakeland16,443,327014,342,923014,773,82765.0
South Norfolk10,529,45107,614,43607,843,19568.5
South Northamptonshire7,924,00006,162,90106,348,05269.5
South Oxfordshire17,738,894015,306,270015,766,11572.7
South Ribble11,835,51409,644,24209,933,98368.8
South Somerset16,371,792012,947,088013,336,05768.5
South Staffordshire7,699,39205,506,82005,672,26168.3
South Tyneside13,563,10132,626,574033,606,772067.7
Southampton47,371,5144,322,36204,452,218072.8
Southend-on-Sea21,251,27011,709,155012,060,932069.7
Southwark74,723,80233,482,619034,488,534078.2
Spelthorne16,786,928014,985,619015,435,83074.8
St Albans24,156,858021,798,788022,453,68876.9
St Edmundsbury17,003,602014,650,590015,090,73673.7
St Helens21,651,51421,512,339022,158,632069.1
Stafford16,398,206013,760,569014,173,97672.1
Staffordshire22,712,71271,787,259073,943,9580N/A
Staffordshire Moorlands7,496,82605,047,82705,199,47867.3
Stevenage16,811,286014,408,969014,841,85675.8
Stockport38,845,7475,901,10306,078,389068.2
Stockton-on-Tees34,798,1832,248,46102,316,011069.0
Stoke-on-Trent39,231,77028,817,129029,682,879068.3
Stratford-on-Avon20,251,732017,944,695018,483,80670.1
Stroud9,757,12507,450,31907,674,14868.0
Suffolk22,681,80073,230,879075,430,9480N/A
Suffolk Coastal16,465,641013,775,259014,189,10865.7
Sunderland39,358,56140,832,135042,058,852069.0
Surrey48,592,09358,916,271060,686,2880N/A
Surrey Heath13,210,460011,745,797012,098,67574.9
Sutton15,844,74218,164,209018,709,915075.1
Swale14,977,164010,970,582011,300,17070.7
Swindon46,300,017016,144,923016,629,96373.5
Tameside24,912,13827,662,892028,493,966065.8
Tamworth11,901,53509,717,679010,009,62773.1
Tandridge8,788,34907,425,68607,648,77670.8
Taunton Deane14,937,151012,408,117012,780,89369.7
Teignbridge11,711,12308,541,76808,798,38767.2
Telford and the Wrekin31,715,5774,462,88104,596,959071.4
Tendring9,875,23605,150,86905,305,61666.3
Test Valley18,240,271016,016,470016,497,65172.0
Tewkesbury13,883,454012,159,316012,524,61771.2
Thanet12,722,08308,002,45108,242,86866.3
Three Rivers10,015,64108,152,76208,397,69579.3
Thurrock52,073,587021,062,572021,695,35372.9
Tonbridge and Malling22,050,492019,900,960020,498,84373.3
Torbay16,329,70114,058,850014,481,219067.1
Torridge4,480,99902,257,89202,325,72663.3
Tower Hamlets109,774,10905,627,46205,796,52773.8
Trafford69,422,643035,412,924036,476,83271.9
Tunbridge Wells19,647,567017,429,926017,953,57273.0
Uttlesford15,880,963014,431,339014,864,89972.5
Vale of White Horse21,612,363019,399,053019,981,85871.1
Wakefield53,707,77613,656,597014,066,881069.9
Walsall34,487,78835,329,822036,391,233068.6
Waltham Forest20,281,34545,235,175046,594,172076.9
Wandsworth34,479,95634,543,111035,580,887078.3
Warrington45,170,663015,912,395016,390,45071.8
Warwick24,732,009021,513,089022,159,40572.3
Warwickshire21,999,30837,857,885038,995,2460N/A
Watford24,840,628022,189,262022,855,89275.5
Waveney10,726,66906,950,04307,158,84364.6
Waverley15,320,114013,449,909013,853,98474.8
Wealden12,011,22609,253,63109,531,63769.4
Wellingborough9,836,70107,576,31007,803,92569.7
Welwyn Hatfield21,726,417019,008,006019,579,06275.2
West Berkshire37,315,228020,411,435021,024,65475.1
West Devon4,556,04103,017,06803,107,71067.9
West Dorset12,477,33509,747,040010,039,86968.9
West Lancashire11,218,63908,123,11608,367,15870.1
West Lindsey6,168,46303,345,66703,446,18066.1
West Oxfordshire13,243,301011,239,156011,576,81372.3
West Somerset5,893,32704,770,16104,913,47165.2
West Sussex31,251,84942,763,554044,048,2960N/A
Westminster628,493,1620544,087,9770560,433,96878.2
Weymouth and Portland6,453,07804,548,72004,685,37767.4
Wigan35,443,40330,481,441031,397,193068.0
Wiltshire67,422,815013,361,528013,762,94770.2
Winchester21,160,572019,078,006019,651,16573.2
Windsor and Maidenhead40,648,891028,762,957029,627,08077.0
Wirral30,491,42745,581,563046,950,966068.0
Woking17,324,557015,331,100015,791,69077.5
Wokingham31,362,505018,175,019018,721,05073.9
Wolverhampton34,934,76339,470,562040,656,373069.3
Worcester14,926,774012,484,548012,859,62172.7
Worcestershire15,470,61543,819,245045,135,7030N/A
Worthing12,066,07409,551,58609,838,54370.5
Wychavon14,983,808012,506,953012,882,69967.9
Wycombe26,687,996023,563,068024,270,97275.0
Wyre9,569,13106,385,32906,577,16367.2
Wyre Forest10,574,24107,919,05708,156,96968.4
York44,929,484020,130,604020,735,38674.0
The fire and rescue authority for the area of—
Avon4,455,7375,730,28205,902,4360N/A
Bedfordshire1,962,7443,586,26603,694,0080N/A
Berkshire4,833,3261,822,52201,877,2750N/A
Buckinghamshire3,083,7041,721,60401,773,3260N/A
Cambridgeshire3,447,2512,263,84202,331,8550N/A
Cheshire3,996,5874,846,31704,991,9150N/A
Cleveland1,803,0026,942,75007,151,3300N/A
Derbyshire2,650,4705,738,61905,911,0230N/A
Devon and Somerset5,019,8619,856,583010,152,7040N/A
Dorset and Wiltshire4,741,9375,020,59005,171,4240N/A
Durham1,337,1505,314,75905,474,4300N/A
East Sussex2,422,0864,828,07904,973,1290N/A
Essex6,034,0649,392,68709,674,8710N/A
Greater Manchester9,654,76320,263,157020,871,9210N/A
Hampshire6,520,1627,083,59407,296,4060N/A
Hereford & Worcester2,162,2953,149,26203,243,8750N/A
Humberside2,817,8539,120,56309,394,5710N/A
Kent5,966,4057,951,14708,190,0220N/A
Lancashire4,096,15010,548,312010,865,2140N/A
Leicestershire3,395,7595,016,16105,166,8610N/A
Merseyside4,012,40414,791,957015,236,3510N/A
North Yorkshire2,958,5352,789,15502,872,9490N/A
Nottinghamshire3,333,3436,795,77406,999,9390N/A
Shropshire1,431,3902,230,73602,297,7540N/A
South Yorkshire3,850,82810,787,015011,111,0880N/A
Staffordshire3,324,2905,658,37705,828,3710N/A
Tyne and Wear3,817,82710,699,372011,020,8130N/A
West Midlands9,194,95522,306,248022,976,3930N/A
West Yorkshire7,297,59215,802,449016,277,2010N/A

EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This note is not part of the Regulations)

These Regulations amend the Non-Domestic Rating (Rates Retention) Regulations 2013 (S.I. 2013/452) (“the Rates Retention Regulations”) and the Non-Domestic Rating (Levy and Safety Net) Regulations 2013 (S.I. 2013/737) (“the Levy and Safety Net Regulations”) to provide for:

(a)changes to the administration of the rates retention scheme to give effect to the Government’s decision to create, from 1st April 2018, further pilot areas in Berkshire, Derbyshire, Devon, Gloucestershire, Kent, Leeds, Lincolnshire, London, Solent, Suffolk and Surrey (“100% pilot areas”) in which authorities will retain 100% of locally raised rates;

(b)changes to the conditions for case A and case B hereditaments in respect of qualifying relief for deductions from central share payments; and

(c)revised figures to be used in the calculation of levy and safety net payments for the years beginning on 1st April 2017 and 1st April 2018.

Amendments to the Rates Retention Regulations

Regulation 3 amends regulation 3 of the Rates Retention Regulations to require billing authorities in 100% pilot areas to estimate amounts specified in Schedule 2 and to notify the Secretary of State and any relevant precepting authority of those amounts.

Regulation 4 amends regulation 4 of those Regulations to provide that billing authorities in 100% pilot areas are not required to make deductions from the central share payment they make to the Secretary of State.

Regulation 5 amends regulation 5 of those Regulations to change the relevant precepting authority shares in respect of particular precepting authorities to reflect tier splits agreed by the 100% pilot areas.

Regulation 6 amends regulation 9 of those Regulations to bring forward the date by which billing authorities must make end of year calculations and notify the Secretary of State of the amounts calculated.

Regulation 7 amends Schedule 2 to those Regulations to change the conditions to be satisfied by case A and case B hereditaments in respect of deductions to be made from central share payments.

Regulation 8 consequentially amends Schedule 3 to those Regulations to reflect the changes in percentage shares for billing authorities in 100% pilot areas.

Regulation 9 consequentially amends Schedule 4 to those Regulations to provide that the distribution of surpluses and deficits in the Collection Fund reflects the changes to the central and local shares in the 100% pilot areas.

Regulation 10 inserts the100% pilot areas into Schedule 5 to those Regulations.

Amendments to the Levy and Safety Net Regulations

Regulation 12 amends regulation 2 of the Levy and Safety Net Regulations to amend the definition of “business rates baseline”.

Regulation 13 amends regulation 5 of those Regulations to provide the business rates baseline for authorities for the year commencing on 1st April 2017.

Regulation 14 amends regulation 6 of those Regulations to provide that authorities in 100% pilot areas are to have a levy rate of zero. It also provides for the calculation of levy rates for all other authorities for years commencing on or after 1st April 2017.

Regulation 15 amends Schedule 1 to those Regulations to change the calculation of “retained rates income” for billing authorities in 100% pilot areas, with the effect that safety net payments for such authorities continue to be calculated as if the authorities were still operating under the 50% rates retention scheme (as agreed with the authorities as part of their pilot agreements). The calculation of “retained rates income” is also changed for all other authorities to take account of the adjustments of top-ups and tariffs following the 2017 revaluation and changes to small business rate relief made in the 2016 Autumn Statement.

Regulation 16 consequentially amends Schedule 3 to those Regulations to list the authorities in the 100% pilot areas.

Regulation 17 inserts Schedule 4 to those Regulations.

An impact assessment has not been produced for this instrument because it amends an existing local tax regime. Publication of a full impact assessment is not necessary for such legislation.

(1)

1988 c. 41. Schedule 7B was inserted by section 1 of, and Schedule 1 to, the Local Government Finance Act 2012 (c. 17). Section 97 was substituted by section 104 of, and paragraph 22 of Schedule 10 to, the Local Government Finance Act 1992 (c. 14) and subsection (2A) was inserted by section 5 of, and paragraph 25(2) of Schedule 3 to, the Local Government Finance Act 2012.

(2)

Section 143(9D) was inserted by section 1 of the Local Government Finance Act 2012.

(4)

S.I. 2013/107; amended by S.I. 2017/318.

(7)

S.I. 2016/317; amended by S.I. 2017/318.

(8)

S.I. 2017/318; amended by S.I. 2017/471.

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