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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Business rates bills issued in error

The Department of Finance have revealed that LPS issued a number of business rates bills in error despite a rates holiday in place due to COVID-19.

The Department of Finance said:“Approx 2,500 rate bills sent to businesses in error.

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“Land & Property Services apologises & is contacting those affected advising them to ignore this bill.

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A revised bill taking account of the rates holiday reduction & other reliefs to be applied will issue in due course.”

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