Council Tax is the way that Council's raise money to pay
for services such as refuse collection, education, social services,
libraries, planning, community safety, fire and rescue services and
much more. Council Tax is a charge on domestic dwellings for
example houses, flats and bungalows.
You will find within this section information on changes to
legislation, ways to pay, copies of leaflets and who is
There are some important
changes to Empty Homes which take effect from 1 April 2013.
Please visit our Council Tax pages for full
Visit the Council Tax pages.
Business Rates (National Non-Domestic Rates) are payable on all
commercial properties. This includes shops, offices, banks,
hotels, factories and power stations.
The rates payable are collected by Bassetlaw
District Council for Central Government.
Under the new Business Rates Retention Scheme, a
proportion of the amount collected is retained by Bassetlaw.
Information can be found on paying your rates,
calculating your rates, rate relief, if you don't pay.
Visit the Business Rates
Last Updated - 15/03/2013