Last updated at 10:28 on 08/03/2019
Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 (SI 279 of 2005)
The Valuation Office complies with the regulations on the Re-use of Public Sector Information and we encourage the re-use of the information that we produce. The regulations are available on the PSI website.
Information and documents obtained from this website may be reproduced and/or re-used subject to the latest PSI licence available.
The information featured on our website is the copyright of the Valuation Office. You may re-use the information on our website free of charge. Re-use includes copying, issuing copies to the public, publishing, broadcasting and translating into other languages. It also covers non-commercial research and study. Re-use is subject to the following conditions. You must:
- Acknowledge the source and our copyright in cases where you supply the information to others;
- Reproduce information accurately;
- Not use the information in a misleading way;
- Not use the information for the principal purpose of advertising or promoting a particular product or service;
- Not use the information for or in support of illegal, immoral, fraudulent or dishonest purposes
The Valuation Office is not liable for any loss or liability associated with the re-use of information and does not certify that the information is up-to-date or error free. The Valuation Office does not authorise any user to have exclusive rights to the re-use of its information.
For full details of the information maintained on this website please see our sitemap.
Further information on the functions and records and on the rules and practices of the Valuation Office is available in Section 15 Functions and Records Guide and Section 16 Rules and Practices Guide published in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act. This guide is available here.
Our public office team provides inspection facilities for members of the public to view all current and archive rating records and maps. The public office team also provides certificates and services for research – See information.
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