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The decapitalisation rates for the 2017 business rates revaluation

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The decapitalisation rate for the 2017 business rates revaluation: government response

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The government’s response to the technical discussion paper seeking views on setting the decapitalisation rates to be adopted when properties are valued using the contractor’s basis of valuation for the 2017 revaluation in England.

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A technical discussion paper on the rates to be adopted in England for properties assessed on the contractor’s basis of valuation.

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Consultation description

The next revaluation for business rates takes effect from 1 April 2017. Rateable values will be updated by the Valuation Office Agency using market rental values at 1 April 2015. But for some properties where rents do not exist they will use the “contractor’s basis” of valuation.

This technical discussion paper seeks views on setting the decapitalisation rates to be adopted when properties are valued using the contractor’s basis of valuation for the 2017 revaluation in England.

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The decapitalisation rates for the 2017 business rates revaluation

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Published 14 September 2015
Last updated 25 April 2016 + show all updates
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