How to challenge the rateable value of your business property

Business rates are calculated using a figure called the rateable value of your business premises. If you think that the rateable value of your property is too high, you do have the right to appeal to the Valuation Office Agency and, failing that, a Valuation Tribunal. Rateable values are set for business properties every five years, with the last revaluation taking place in April 2010. If you don’t think the rateable for your property is correct, or you believe a mistake has been made, you have a right to challenge it through a Valuation Tribunal. However, before making an appeal,

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