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Guidance for Valuation Officers.
This publication is intended for Valuation Officers. It may contain links to internal resources that are not available through this version.
The Valuation Office Agency's (VOA) technical manual for the rating of business (non-domestic) property.
The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) publishes a profile of the items it spends its budget on which exceed £25,000 in value.
BRMA and property size (December 2020) Local reference rent (LRR) levels in broad rental market areas (BRMA), residential property in England, by number of rooms.
Documents relating to workforce management information summary data for HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the Valuation Office Agency (VOA).
Reports on departmental staff numbers and costs.
Data on the difference in employees’ average earnings from April 2020 to March 2021.
Statistics on checks (England only), challenges and assessment reviews against the 2017 local rating list at 31 December 2020. This release also includes challenges and assessment reviews against the 2010 local rating list (…
Measuring Council Tax and non-domestic rating customer perceptions.
Why and how the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) uses social media and what you can expect from us.
BRMA and property size (November 2020) Local reference rent (LRR) levels in broad rental market areas (BRMA), residential property in England, by number of rooms.
Local reference rent (LRR) levels in broad rental market areas, residential property in England, by number of rooms collection.
How Billing Authorities can assist the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) in updating rating lists and the information they need to provide.
If you do not agree with the Valuation Office Agency’s (VOA) decision after a challenge, you have the right (in certain circumstances) to appeal.
You can confirm your property details or report any changes to them by submitting a check to the Valuation Office Agency (VOA)
After you have registered for the Valuation Office Agency's service, you’ll need to claim a property before you can submit a check or challenge.
You will need to register to use the Valuation Office Agency's (VOA) service if you want to check the details of your property or challenge the rateable value.
Once you have agreed the facts of the property with the Valuation Office Agency (VOA), you can challenge the valuation if you think it’s wrong.
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