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The local difficulties facing the new Independent party
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The District Councils Network is calling for a one-year delay in the implementation of 75% business rates retention to avoid what it says is a “real risk of destabilising the system”.
Counties and districts look set to clash over the future split of business rates growth after their responses to the government’s consultation on the issue set out diametrically opposed positions.
10 January 2019Mark Wilding
Amazon could be required to pay higher business rates in a bid to tackle the online retail giant’s impact on the high street, a government minister has said.
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Richer areas will be the beneficiaries of much of the extra funding found for the sector in yesterday’s local government settlement, it has been claimed.
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