At a special meeting of Council on Monday evening (14 February 2022), Elected Members agreed a below inflation changes to business and domestic rates next year, aimed at minimising the impact on local ratepayers while delivering significant investment and improvements in the community.
From April 2022, the average householder’s bill will increase by 34p per week (or £17.59 per year), and the average business rate by £4.44 per week (or £231.00 per year).
- the district domestic rate was struck at 0.4575p in the pound for the year 2022/23, an increase of 3.64% from the year 2021/22; and
- the district non-domestic rate was struck at 32.2655p in the pound for the year 2022/23, an increase of 3.64% from the year 2021/22.
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How Rates are Calculated: (How to calculate your domestic rates bill)
Your Domestic Rates bill is made up of two elements: Regional and District Rates. Your rates bill is based on the capital value of your property.
The Regional Rate set by Central Government which accounts for approximately 50% of your bill and the District Rate which is set by us and accounts for the remaining 50% of your bill. The regional rates are struck by the Department of Finance and Personnel as a contribution towards services provided by the devolved Government Departments and is the same throughout Northern Ireland.
Further guidance on how your rates bill is calculated is available on the NIDirect website.
Revaluation of non-domestic rates
Land & Property Services (LPS) is revaluing all non-domestic properties in Northern Ireland for rates.
More information is available on the Department of Finance website.
For further information please contact:
Land and Property Services Rate Collection
T: 0300 200 7801