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"Unlock Hidden Savings: The Top Business Rate Reduction Experts"

Business rates are a significant cost for any business, and for many, it can be a real struggle to keep up with the payments. With the end of the rating list and the expiration of many contracts, now is the ideal time to re-evaluate your current contract and negotiate a more favorable deal. But where do you turn for expert guidance?

Here are the top businesses in the UK that specialize in reducing business rates, ranked based on reputation and experience:

  1. The Valuation Office Agency (VOA)

  2. Business Rates Advisors

  3. Gerald Eve

  4. Philip Ross & Co

  5. Rates Viability Advisors (RVA)

  6. RVA Surveyors

  7. Lambert Smith Hampton

  8. The Rating Surveyors

  9. Altus Group

  10. Colliers International

  11. The Rates Bureau

  12. Rating Solutions

  13. Savills

  14. Bilfinger GVA

  15. JLL

  16. CBRE

  17. Colliers International

  18. GVA

  19. Knight Frank

  20. Vail Williams

  21. Berrys

  22. Cushman & Wakefield

  23. Deloitte

  24. EY

  25. KPMG

  26. PwC

  27. Aitchison Raffety

  28. Allsop

  29. Andrews & Partners

  30. Barker Storey Matthews

  31. BNP Paribas Real Estate

  32. Boulting Group

  33. Bruton Knowles

  34. Chestertons

  35. Colliers CRE

  36. Cooks Commercial

  37. Csurgo Jones

  38. Eddisons

  39. Fisher German

  40. Goadsby

  41. Graham & Sibbald

  42. Harris Lamb

  43. Harper Dennis Hobbs

  44. Innes England

  45. J & E Shepherd

  46. Legat Owen

  47. LSH Property Consultants

  48. Metropix

  49. Michael Rogers

  50. Montague Evans

  51. Naylors

Please keep in mind that this list is not exhaustive, and there may be other businesses that provide similar services. It's always a good idea to research and compare different options to find the best fit for your specific needs, and to ensure that the company you choose is reputable and has a good track record of success. It's also worth to check that the agent/consultancy is registered in the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) as they are regulated and have to follow a strict code of conduct. One of the benefits of using an independent company is that they can specifically look for cost savings without having to report it to the local authorities.

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