Valuation scales

Different parts of a property will have different relative values depending on their floor level and type of accommodation. These relative values are held in the valuation scales.

Scale relativities can vary for each category of property, to reflect the specific approach to valuation. So, for instance, an ancillary store in an office building may have a different relative value to one in a shop.

Some categories of property are served by multiple scales. These reflect fundamental differences in the characteristics and location of the properties being valued. So offices in central London are valued using a different scale from offices in provincial locations.


  1. Valuation scales 2017
  2. Valuation scales 2010
Published 28 September 2016
Last updated 30 September 2016 + show all updates
  1. 'Valuation scales 2017' has been added.
  2. First published.