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In England, small businesses are entitled to Small Business Rate Relief (SBRR) if the rateable value of their premises is less than £18,000 (£25,500 in London). Special rules apply for businesses that own more than one property (but with a total rateable value below this limit). For more information on schemes in Scotland and Wales, click here. Precise details can be obtained from your local authority. Who qualifies for Small Business Rate Relief in England? Eligible businesses with a rateable value of below £5,000 will get 50% rate relief on their liability. This relief will decrease on a sliding scale