Business Rate Datasets
NBC quarterly Business Rate Datasets (NNDR)
Quarter 4 2018/19 was uploaded on 22 May 2019.
Quarter 1 2019-20 should be uploaded on or around 20th July 2019 with piovt tables similar to our expenditure data. csv files will still be available upon request.
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The full NNDR dataset is published quarterly along with all reliefs. NNDR writebacks and writeons are only published annually. We will not publish this data more frequently or provide the information to individual requests as we do not believe there is any public interest in releasing more data more frequently than is published above. If however you believe there is public interest as opposed to commercial interest in releasing additional data, or data prior to that published here, please contact us on the address below.
Additional data requested for commercial reasons (that is requests with no obvious public interest) will be charged for to recover officer time taken to prepare and release the data requested. This includes data prior to the datasets published above, though we will consider non-commercial requests for data relating to an indiviudal property on a request by request basis.
We will publish here any other FOIs relating to NNDR. We do not release NNDR datasets individually to a person or an organisation. If you would like to see more NNDR data published regularly please email [email protected]
Following a recent ICO Decision Notice FS50619844 (February 2017) we no longer publish our NNDR Credit Balances Dataset. We agree with the Exemption 31(1)(a) arguments presented and that on balance believe the risk of fraud outweighs the limited public interest for disclosure.
NNDR annual files
NNDR quarterly files
Due to technical difficulties there are no datasets for quarters 1 & 2 for 2016-17. All data has been included in the quarter 3 dataset.
Previous related FOI request disclosures not covered by the datasets above and subsequently re-requested