Guidance

Non-Domestic Rating factsheet: repair and your rateable value

This fact sheet explains what needs to be considered when dealing with properties that are not in a state of reasonable repair.

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The Valuation Office Agency is currently revising guidance on repair and its impact on rateable value, following the Court of Appeal decision Newbiggin (VO) and SJ & J Monk [2015] EWCA CIV 78. We aim to publish a new factsheet on this subject in the near future.

Documents

Repair and your rateable value: English

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Repair and your rateable value: Welsh

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Details

This factsheet covers:

  • disrepair
  • the definition of Rateable Value and the impact of repair
  • what is meant by repair?
  • what is meant by a “reasonable landlord would consider to be uneconomic”?
  • properties in course of repair work
  • schemes of alteration to your property
  • what to do if you think your property is in uneconomic repair
  • what you can do if you disagree with the Valuation Office Agency’s decision
Published 4 February 2014