Proposed Valuation Certificates Issuing for More Categories

Last updated at 17:20 on 28/03/2019

On Friday 29th March approximately 3,500 further Proposed Valuation Certificates (PVCs) will issue to occupiers of additional categories of rateable properties such as hotels, service stations, pubs and nursing homes.

These PVC’s differ to the majority of certificates already issued as the relevant ratepayers would have been asked to submit trading information via a Section 45 Notice. As a result of this there are two types of PVC issuing. 

Type 1 – The ratepayer supplied the trading information requested in the Section 45 Notice, within the timeframe specified on the Notice:

In those instances, a full breakdown of the valuation will appear in the Valuation Grid on page 2 of the PVC

For a sample Type 1 PVC click on a category of industry below:

HotelService StationPubNursing Home

Type 2 – The ratepayer has not provided the trading information requested in the Section 45 Notice or insufficient information has been supplied by the ratepayer:

In those instances, “VO Est (Occupier Non Compliant)” will appear on the Valuation Grid on page 2 of the PVC

For a sample Type 2 PVC click on a category of industry below:

HotelService StationPubNursing Home

Any ratepayer who is dissatisfied with any of the particulars on their PVC can make representations to the Valuation Office within 40 days from the date of issue of their certificate (both dates will be clearly printed on the PVC). Ratepayers should carefully read the Before Making Representations page before submitting representations, paying particular attention to the information in the blue box in the middle of the page. There is no fee for making representations. Please note that consideration of representations may require a visit to your property by a Valuation Office official.

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