1. Paying your Business Rates
Please visit our Business and Employers page for the latest advice in light of the Coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic.
We collect non-domestic rates (NNDR) on behalf of the government which sets a "rate in the pound" annually with increases being no greater than the rate of inflation.
For enquiries about your business rates contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01392 265559
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You need your debit or credit card and your business rates account reference number.
We will notify you of receipt of payment once received.
Direct debit is the best way to pay. Simple, quick and safe. Just give us the details once, and we'll do the rest. So no need to remember to pay. Spread your payments over a year, ten months, or pay all at once or in two payments.
- Get a Direct debit form
If you want to change how often you pay, telephone us on 01392 265559 or email business.rates@Exeter.gov.uk
Make your payment to Exeter City Council quoting your business rates account reference number and these details:
Bank: Lloyds Bank,
Sort Code: 30-93-14
Account Number: 01393610
Account Name: Exeter City Council
Call 01392 265551 (24 hours). You need your debit or credit card and your business rates account reference number.
Make cheques payable to Exeter City Council. Write your name, address and business rates account reference number on the back. We don't accept cheques dated in the future. Send your cheque to:
Exeter City Council
It can take several days to process cheques into your account.