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Carlow County Council

Last updated at 14:37 on 28/11/2017

Welcome to the Valuation Office information page for Carlow County Council Ratepayers. On this section of the website you can keep up to date with the Valuation Office activity being carried out in your Local Authority Area.

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The revaluation of all commercial and industrial properties in the rating authority areas of Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Leitrim, Longford, Offaly, Roscommon, Sligo, South Dublin and Westmeath County Councils has now been completed.

On the 7th September 2017 Valuation Certificates were issued to 29,067 ratepayers in these Local Authority areas. 

Please be aware that the Valuation (NAV) on the Valuation Certificate received is not your rates liability.

Your rates liability for 2018 will be calculated by multiplying the Valuation of the property by the “Annual Rate on Valuation” (ARV) which will be set by Carlow County Council at its budgetary meeting later this year. Indicative ARV can be found on your county councils website.

New Valuation Lists for the above counties will be published on 15th September and from that date the new valuations will be available to view here

Ratepayers who were dissatisfied with their valuation were able to make an appeal to the independent Valuation Tribunal as detailed in the explanatory letter issued with their Valuation Certificate. Click here to view figures on appeals made to the Valuation Tribunal.

Preliminary Results - Carlow

Number of Valuation Certificates Issued: 1,989

Number of Representations Received: 390

Number of NAV’s changed during Representations[1]: 263

% of NAV’s changed during Representations: 13%

% of Ratepayers who will experience a Reduction in Rates: 54.9%

% of Ratepayers who will experience an Increase in Rates: 42.3%

% of Ratepayers who will experience No Change/New Properties: 2.8%


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[1] To ensure the uniformity of each valuation list, if the consideration of representations has brought about a change in the valuation levels being applied to a particular type of property then the Net Annual Values (NAVs) of all similarly circumstanced properties has also been adjusted.

Sample Valuation certificate and Explanatory Letter

Valuation Order Carlow County Council Rating Authority Area

Frequently Asked Questions about the Revaluation

Reval 2017 - Appeals to the Valuation Tribunal