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Business Rates Review – technical consultation closes on 22nd February 2022

By |February 8th, 2022|Categories: Business Rates Review|Tags: |

The deadline for submitting responses to the Government, following the publication of the ‘Business Rates Review final report’, of 27th October 2021, is now looming. To have your say,

Maughan Mitchell and Bluewood Interiors team up – on a fantastically rewarding Charity day out

By |October 4th, 2021|Categories: Charity Work|Tags: , |

Maughan Mitchell and Bluewood Interiors spent an incredibly rewarding day as a Team, last week, working alongside the brilliant Wooden Spoon Charity and Fusion Community Initiatives. Together with other

Maughan Mitchell advise Saint Gobain and team up with RealEst

By |July 25th, 2021|Categories: Rent Review|Tags: |

Following our advice earlier this year to RealEst’s client’s Carnival and Capital Homes, Saint Gobain turned our way for assistance; being made aware of our expertise in the Southampton

Business Rates – Empty Rates Mitigation – Supreme Court rules against SPVs designed to avoid tax

By |May 21st, 2021|Categories: Empty Rates Mitigation|Tags: |

In a significant judgement, impacting property owners and occupiers with vacant space, the Supreme Court has ruled in the favour of Councils; against businesses who have used SPVs (Special

Government legislate retrospectively, to prevent Businesses receiving Covid related Business Rates support

By |March 29th, 2021|Categories: Business Rates Appeal|Tags: |

In an unprecedented move, the Government has announced that it will legislate against Covid 19 being a valid Material Change of Circumstances (MCC), impacting the level of Business Rates

Chancellor Delays Final Review of Business Rates Until Autumn 2021

By |February 20th, 2021|Categories: Business Rates Review|Tags: |

Maughan Mitchell cannot see any reason why this report should be delayed – the only possible reasoning can be it allows the Government to prepare it's response. This Government

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