The Scottish NDR Conference : The business rates agenda for the 2020s
Thursday 24th June 2021
The Scottish NDR Conference : The business rates agenda for the 2020.
Our on-line annual conference – Thursday 24th June 2021
IRRV Scotland is delighted to announce the return of the Annual NDR Conference, at the request of authorities and IRRV members across Scotland.
The 2021 conference is taking place online, in light of the COVID-19 health emergency. Chaired by Kevin Fraser, Chair of the IRRV Scottish NDR Practitioners’ Group, this year’s Conference includes topics that will be of interest to a wide audience of practitioners at a time of much dynamic change in rating across Scotland.
The highly topical programme includes :
Scottish Government update & overview
Ian Storrie, Head of Non-Domestic Rates Policy,
Local Government and Analytical Services Division, The Scottish Government
Business Support Grants – outcomes - and NDR Relief Awards NFI returns
Anne Cairns, Manager, Audit Scotland
Rates Debt Recovery – the effects of the past year
David Magor OBE, Chief Executive, Institute of Revenues, Rating & Valuation
Joining up business support – NDR teams and economic development
Gordon Mole, Head of Business and Employability, Fife Council
A new future for Scotland’s Town Centres
Phil Prentice, Chief Officer, Scotland's Towns Partnership
Hardship Relief – revisiting the rules
Les Robertson, Head of Revenue and Commercial Services, Fife Council
and Chair of the IRRV Scottish Revenues Forum
Small Business Bonus Scheme Review
Speaker from the Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde (invited)
This will be an invaluable Conference for all NDR staff in Scotland including managers, team leaders and team members and those with an interest in Non Domestic Rating.
represents excellent value for money, with conference fees starting at only £165 + VAT.
To encourage authorities to send a number of team members, every third delegate from the same authority comes entirely free of charge.
A full brochure is available here