Estimate your rate bill


Rates assistance for businesses impacted by COVID-19

The Finance Minister has announced a further £213 million of business rates support in addition to the emergency £100 million rates package to assist businesses impacted by COVID-19. Find out more about COVID-19: Emergency rates package for businesses.

The rates calculator for 2020-21 has now been updated.

Please note that the annual rates calculation shows full annual rates for 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021.

It does not include any reductions for rate reliefs, exemptions, exclusions or emergency measures introduced to assist those impacted by COVID-19. See COVID-19: Rates support for businesses for further details.

Rates in respect of non-domestic properties eg businesses and offices are based on the rental value of your property.

Net Annual Value (NAV)

To calculate your rate bill, firstly you need to know the NAV-based valuation of your non-domestic property to input into the rates calculator.

Find the NAV of your business property.

Find your NAV on a map.

Rates calculator

Land & Property Services (LPS) provide Northern Ireland businesses with a calculator to estimate your rate bill.

Rates calculator

For an overview of non-domestic rates, see business rates: the basics.

If you have a query regarding your business rates you should contact Land & Property Services.

Please note: Most LPS services are available, but LPS Customer Information Centres remain closed until further notice. The Ordnance Survey helpline remains closed until further notice, however queries can be directed to Helplines for rating and valuation, housing benefit, rates relief and land registration are open.

Closures will be kept under regular review in line with further Government announcements. Further information on service updates, helpline numbers and reaching LPS by email are available on the LPS website.

LPS is currently revaluing all business properties in Northern Ireland. These new values will be used to calculate rate bills for businesses and organisations from April 2020.

The short video below explains the revaluing process, known as Reval2020, and how LPS calculate your business rates bill.