Eight of the country’s 10 biggest local authority areas are planning to put up business property taxes, according to research by employers organisation VNO-NCW.
Groningen tops the list with a 10.3% rise in tax for commercial property owners. Utrecht is increasing the tax by 8.2% and Eindhoven 7.3%.
Rotterdam, by contrast, is cutting its property tax rate by 4%.
Earlier this week, prime minister Mark Rutte said he would make sure industry did not have to pay the price for cuts in local government funding.