This is the second part of our series on understanding your business rates. Here we look at how we value.
New to paying business rates? Or just need a refresher? Here we explain everything you need to know about how your business rates are calculated.
In this blog we look at why the Valuation Office Agency needs your letting information and when you should provide this.
Many homes in England and Wales are renovated and extended. In this blog, we explain what happens to your Council Tax band when you make changes to your home. We also explain what an improvement indicator means and what you …
You can contact the VOA if you think your property may be in the wrong Council Tax band. Before challenging your band, it is important to know what evidence we consider when working out bands.
Sam Shand is a Lead Valuer in the Regional Valuation Unit. Here, Sam discusses our approach to valuing self-catering holiday homes, as well as the new rules on business rates eligibility.
You can contact the VOA if you think your property may be in the wrong Council Tax band. Before challenging your band, it is important to know what to expect.
Kevin Pound, Head of Valuation Assurance at the Valuation Office Agency, explains how to avoid making a mistake when updating details about your property.
Alan Colston is our Chief Valuer and Head of Surveying Profession. He explains how the evidence collected during Revaluation 2023 compares to previous revaluations.
During a revaluation, property values might increase, decrease, or stay the same. Alan Colston, our Chief Valuer and Head of Surveying Profession, explains why.