rateable value

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rateable value

n (Brit) → steuerbarer Wert
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The revelation comes as a raft of small businesses saw the amount they pay rise - in some cases by 3,000% - when rateable values were updated earlier this year.
The VOA has unveiled the draft results of its first review of rateable values since 2008, prior to the economic crash.
These new rateable values are based on the rental value of properties on 1 April 2015, and will be used to calculate business rate bills from 1 April 2017.
The new system, however, may see pressure applied to the Valuation Office by local authorities to keep rateable values for their areas as stable as possible in order to ensure security against their own budgets.
Rateable values are subject to a review every five years.
Easton said: "That they will consult in 2014 on changes to provide greater transparency on how rateable values are assessed which are due to be put in place in October 2014.
Property expert GVA is advising property owners in the region to check the rateable values on their premises to cash in on substantial savings.
The rateable values that became effective on April 1, 2010 were based on open-market rental values on April 1, 2008.
far long' From next year, councils will be able to keep any increase in rates revenue from higher total rateable values in their area.
THE cost of running a business in the North-east varies wildly - with average rateable values of commercial property differing by as much as pounds 21,000.
The 57-year-old owner of Mike's Kitchen claimed high rateable values for the area were driving away businesses and the remaining shops were suffering from reduced footfall.
If you take the loss of rateable values out of the budgetary equations and set it against the car parking gains it makes no economic sense - and it is no use saying that the rateable value does not go to the council - it goes to those who make the settlements and the less they have to distribute the more the poorer communities are squeezed.