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The Interim Chief Executive and the Chief Valuer introduce the Valuation Office Agency's graduate scheme.
Revaluation 2023 is underway. It’s important to submit your rental information now to make sure your business rates are accurate.
We are continuing to operate as close to normal as possible and are adapting our services to support our customers.
Melissa Tatton will take up a new role as Interim Group Director, Corporate, at the UK's communications regulator in September.
The outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) is causing unprecedented disruption to public services, businesses and individuals across the country.
The Chief Valuer and Deputy Head of Profession introduce the Valuation Office Agency's (VOA's) returners programme for Chartered Surveyors.
If your home or business is damaged due to flooding you may be entitled to a Council Tax reduction or business rates relief.
The Chief Executive and the Chief Valuer introduce the Valuation Office Agency's (VOA's) graduate scheme.
Find out more about the work we do and the opportunities we have on offer.
How to ask the VOA to reconsider previous splits of a property in England.
Find out how to avoid scam emails and how to report fraudsters claiming to be from the VOA.
From 1 March 2018 the VOA Accounts Payable function will transfer to HMRC Financial Shared Services.
Melissa Tatton has been appointed on promotion to head up the Valuation Office Agency.
Service availability and alternative arrangements for making 2010 business rates appeals.
Our online service allows you to view your draft rateable values and get an estimate of your 2017-18 bill.
Our new online form ensures you only fill in what you need to, and lets you save your progress.
What the VOA can do to help if properties have been damaged by flooding or other extreme weather.
The Valuation Office Agency publishes their final update on the target to resolve 95% of outstanding NDR appeals by end July 2015.
How the VOA is monitoring the commitment to resolve 95% of outstanding rating appeals in England by July 2015 and the latest progress
New figures show 800,000 homes provided since 2009.
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