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.
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Tracy Dearing is a National Valuation Lead in the VOA. One of her roles is to advise on the valuation of caravan sites. Here, Tracy explains what is involved in valuing this type of property.
Amy Pratt is a National Valuation Lead in the Valuation Office Agency (VOA). In this blog, Amy explains what is involved in valuing stables.
Paul Dalling is a National Valuation Lead in the VOA. One of his roles is to advise on the valuation of small shops in England and Wales. In this blog, Paul explains what is involved in valuing these properties.
Dave Hughes is a National Valuation Lead in the VOA. One of his roles is to oversee the valuation of petrol stations in England and Wales. Here, Dave runs through what is involved in valuing these properties.
Rob Hughes is National Valuation Head for industrial properties and chair of the VOA’s Valuation Panel for industrial properties, helping to ensure fairness and consistency of rating assessments. In this instalment of our How We Value series, Rob runs through the process for valuing oil refineries.
The Built Environment and Mineral Surveyors (BEAMS) team is part of the National Valuation Unit at the Valuation Office Agency. Their role includes inspecting quarries to assess them for rateable value. In the latest edition of How We Value, Alun Jones from the BEAMS team explains this process in simple terms.
Paul May is a National Valuation Lead in the VOA, where one of his roles is to oversee the valuation of pubs in England and Wales. In this instalment of our How We Value series, Paul runs through the process for valuing the famous, and not so famous, pubs of England and Wales.
Richard Gibson is a caseworker and advisor in the National Valuation Unit at the Valuation Office Agency. He is responsible for assessing a range of leisure and sports properties for business rates, including football stadiums. In this blog Richard talks about how we value the venues for the nation’s favourite sport.
Jamie Gilbert is part of a small, dedicated team within the VOA’s National Valuation Unit, which is responsible for the valuation of the somewhat specialist class of properties including power generation and utilities. He specialises in smaller scale “independent” networks as opposed to larger distribution networks set up by traditional big electric companies. In this latest How We Value blog, Jamie explains the work that goes into coming up with a valuation for such a property.