Reval 2017 Programme Reaching Major Milestone

Last updated at 11:14 on 31/05/2017

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The Reval 2017 programme of revaluation is proceeding apace and the table below sets out the current position (25th May 2017) with regard to each Local Authority area.

The making of “representations” by ratepayers who are dissatisfied with any aspect of their Proposed Valuation Certificate (PVC) is an important element in ensuring that all relevant information is available before valuations are finalised. Representations received by the Valuation Office will be considered over the coming months and any adjustments warranted by the information provided will be made and reflected in the final Valuation Certificates issuing to ratepayers in each of the Local Authority areas in early September 2017. At that stage, parties who are still dissatisfied with their valuation will have a right of appeal to the independent Valuation Tribunal to be exercised within 28 days of issue of the final Valuation Certificates.

Reval 2017 - Representations Received as of 25/05/2017
Local AuthorityPVC Issue DateNumber of PVCs IssuedRepresentations Received%Representations Closing Date
Longford County Council12/01/2017140521215%21/02/2017
Roscommon County Council12/01/20172,07645722%21/02/2017
Westmeath County Council12/01/20172,97460420%21/02/2017
Leitrim County Council19/01/20171,07016716%28/02/2017
Offaly County Council03/03/20172,39631913%11/04/2017
Kildare County Council10/03/20174,84892919%18/04/2017
Sligo County Council16/03/20172,16431815%24/04/2017
South Dublin County Council13/04/20176,71793414%22/05/2017
Carlow County Council11/05/201719/06/2017
Kilkenny County Council11/05/201719/06/2017
Total23,6503,940

Note: A number of Proposed Valuation Certificates (PVCs) have yet to issue in some counties.