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Monday, September 21, 2020

JUST IN: DfC confirm that the rate increase will be slightly lower than that struck

It is understood that after the rate increase of 7.65% struck last night at Council, it has now been reduced slightly after submission to Department for Communities (DfC).

The new figure will be 7.42% as a result of the conversion factor used by Council confirmation of the conversion factor being used by the Department

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The non-domestic rate increase remains unchanged at 0.01%.

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