National Non-Domestic Rating Multiplier

We work out the Business Rates bill by multiplying the rateable value of the property by the government set multiplier

The local authority works out the business rates bill by multiplying the rateable value of the property by the appropriate multiplier. There are two multipliers: the standard non-domestic rating multiplier and the small business non-domestic rating multiplier. The former is higher to pay for Small Business Rate Relief. Except in the City of London where special arrangements apply, the Government sets the multipliers for each financial year for the whole of England according to formulae set by legislation.

The multipliers are:

2010/11 0.414 (standard) and 0.407 (small business)

2011/12 0.433 (standard) and 0.426 (small business)

2012/13 0.458 (standard) and 0.450 (small business)

2013/14 0.471 (standard) and 0.462 (small business)

2014/15 0.482 (standard) and 0.471 (small business)

2015/16 0.493 (standard) and 0.480 (small business)

2016/17 0.497 (standard) and 0.484 (small business)

2017/18 0.479 (standard) and 0.479 (small business)

Last Updated: 7 March 2019