B&M and Pets at Home follow grocers and forego rates relief

B&M is to forego business rates relief

Value giant B&M and specialist retailer Pets at Home have become the latest retailers to waive business rates relief after Tesco sparked a spate of such initiatives earlier this week.

Their return of cash totalling almost £110m by the pair followed similar action by big grocers yesterday including Aldi, Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s.

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