Businesswoman's 400% rate rise worry
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Cowbridge businesswoman's worry over 400% rate rise

An additional £10m will be made available to help firms cope with changes to their business rates, the Welsh Government has announced.

Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford said it would help shops, pubs and cafes.

Their tax bills are set to increase significantly in April as a result of a revaluation of their premises.

Sally Stephenson, owner of the Pencil Case in Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, said her rates would go up by 400%.

  • 17 Dec 2016