To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer with reference to the answer of 6 July 2009, Official Report, column 605W, on non-domestic rates, what the change in rateable value on the ratings list resulting from rateable value appeals was in each year from 2004-05 to 2008-09.
To correspond with the answer of
The period covers the:
2000 Rating Lists-effective
2005 Rating Lists-effective
The compiled list statistics shows overall reduction in rateable value resulting from appeals against the compiled rating list entries, i.e. appeals challenging the original entries in the rating lists, effective from either
The column labelled "others" shows the reduction in rateable value resulting from all other appeals. These are appeals where circumstances have changed since the lists were compiled and the rating assessment requires amendment.
|Appeals r eceived in:||RV c hange (£000)||RV c hange (£000)|
|England and Wales||2004-05||-30,740||-555,525|
|England and Wales||2005-06||-851,159||-398,708|
|England and Wales||2006-07||-397,768||-565,728|
|England and Wales||2007-08||-168,827||-533,214|
|England and Wales||2008-09||-56,929||-360,535|
The above figures were extracted from the Valuation Office Agency operational database.