Hounslow Council Services – Working in Partnership with Hounslow Council the London Borough of Hounslow would like to engage with diverse businesses from across the Borough,irrespective of size or ownership, and encourage them to bid for the Council’s contracts.Hounslow Council is based at the Civic Centre, Lampton Road and we spend in excess of £160m per annum on services, supplies and works. We encourage all businesses to interact with us and, to that end, regularly place public notices concerning upcoming contracts on OJEU (Official Journal of the European Union), on its website and on the London Tenders Portal.
HOW TO DO BUSINESS WITH US
Guides to doing business with Hounslow Council:
- Doing business with the London Borough of Hounslow
- Green purchasing guidance
- Procurement pipeline
- Annual procurement plan 2016 to 2017
- National procurement strategy
PROCUREMENT COMMITMENT INITIATIVES
SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN
- Sustainable supply chain procurement policy
Telephone 020 8583 2000
Procurement and Commercial Services
Hounslow Council Civic Centre
Lampton Road Hounslow
Business rates, also known as National Non-Domestic Rates (NNDR), are the contributions made by businesses towards the costs of services provided by the council. Under the scheme, the rates we collect will be distributed so that the government will receive 50 per cent, the council will receive 30 per cent and the GLA will receive 20 per cent.
Download and view related documents – business rates form and occupation record
Download and view the business rates explanatory notes
The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) has re-valuated all properties in England and gathers as much evidence as possible about actual rents paid for properties in order to determine appropriate rental values.The rateable value of any property in Hounslow can be inspected by visiting the Valuation Office Agencywebsite. Please note: that your rates remain payable pending any possible query or appeal against your rateable value.
If the rateable value of your property changes significantly as a result of revaluation, your rates will change gradually. This is called transitional relief. We will include transitional rate relief automatically when working out what business rates you should pay.