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Notice of Commercial Rates Revaluation 2019 - The Valuation Office is now, as part of the ongoing national revaluation programme, commencing the revaluation of all rateable properties in your local authority area.

Date Released: 09 October 2017

National Revaluation Programme

Introduction

The Valuation Office is the State property valuation agency responsible for the valuation of all commercial property for the purposes of the levying of commercial rates by local authorities.

Commercial rates are an annual charge on commercial property to pay for the general provision of services of local authorities. Commercial rates are payable on commercial, industrial and some other non-domestic properties. Local authorities calculate commercial rates liabilities on the basis of valuations provided to them by the Valuation Office.

The Valuation Office is now, as part of the ongoing national revaluation programme, commencing the revaluation of all rateable properties in your local authority area.

Following revaluation, the new valuations in your local authority will be based on rental values at the valuation date of 15th September 2017 and will be used as the basis for levying rates from 2020 onwards. The valuation of a property is multiplied by what is known as the “Annual Rate on Valuation” (ARV), see example on adjacent table, to give the amount of commercial rates payable per annum.

Signed Valuation Order

The Commissioner of Valuation has signed a Valuation Order for the Meath County Council area and the revaluation of all commercial and industrial properties for rates purposes in that local authority area has now commenced.

The revaluation will take account of rental values in your local authority area and will result in a more equitable distribution of commercial rates among ratepayers. The revaluation will not increase the total rates revenue raised by Meath County Council

A Valuation Manager will assess the value of your commercial property and set a valuation in line with rental values in your area at the valuation date of 15th September 2017, and you will receive an information pack in the post.

The new valuations will be published in 17th September 2019 and come into effect for rating purposes from 1st January 2020 onwards.

The Valuation Order for Meath County Council Rating Authority Area, has been signed by John O’Sullivan, Commissioner of Valuation on the 6th October, 2017.

 

Commercial Rates Valuation Order.pdf

National Revaluation Programme - Explanatory Guide for Commercial Ratepayers.pdf

 

Further information is available on the Valuation Office website www.valoff.ie.

 

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