15 Oct 2020
The Government have committed to undertake a review of Business Rates and are calling to interested stakeholders to submit evidence to assist with any future reform of the Business Rates system in England.
4 Sept 2020
The government has published a call for evidence on the overhaul of the business rates system that applies in England. The government announced at the 2020 Budget in March that it would conduct a review of the business rates system in England.
5 Mar 2020
For many years The British Horse Society has been campaigning for a fair deal for Riding Schools and Livery Yards in respect of business rates. The 2017 revaluation saw many of our BHS Approved Centres affected by a disproportionate increas...
7 June 2019
Facebook Live – General Meeting Questions
Chief Executive’s Office
Could you outline what the top three priorities are for the BHS in the next six to 12 months?
Our three Strategic Priorities are:
Increase the number of people taking...
3 Dec 2018
BHS Scotland supports research on the economic impact of equines in Scotland.
26 Nov 2018
Business Rates is still a hot topic for riding schools and livery yards. The 2017 rateable values resulted in a disproportionate rise in Business Rates for many BHS Approved Centres.
26 Mar 2018
Calling all yard owners… we want to know about your business rates situation! Almost one year on from the sharp increase in rateable values, and in the latest phase of our business rates campaign, we have launched a short survey to ask you about your...
To enter the competition, entrants must complete the current online survey relating to Business Rates and their impact on riding schools, livery yards and competition venues.
One winner will be chosen and will receive 6 BHS polo shirts in th...
5 Nov 2017
The British Horse Society (BHS) is delighted to announce a special moment in the history of the charity –it’s turning 70 this November.
1 May 2017
The British Horse Society (BHS) Scotland, is calling for a review of business rates for equestrian enterprises, which are going to rise by up to 150% for some.
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