Savings over £59,000 RV
Primavera, Commercial Park, Frome, Somerset
Valuation Tribunal Decision – RV reduction of £59,000
Savings over £40,000 RV
Wyatt Crocker reduction – in excess of £40,000, Braintree
Rateable value reduction from £67,000 to £61,700
Savings over £223,000 RV
Selig Sealing Products – Signed, Sealed, Reduced, Slough
RV reduction, from £690,000 to £610,000.
Savings over £37,000 RV
Beaubury Precision Moulds, Beaubury
RV on industrial property reduced from £111,000 to £98,000
Savings over £20,000
Friar’s Pride, Peterborough
Savings over £14,000 RV
Trains 4 U, St David’s Square, Peterborough
RV reduced by 26%
Savings over £49,000 RV
Limelight, Drakes Lane, Boreham, Chelmsford
45% reduction in RV
What is an industrial property?
“Industrial” covers factories, warehouses, workshops, mills, stores, distribution depots and even railway arches. This is an important classification as it entitles you to additional benefits such as extended empty rates and a different measuring code.
What are effective grounds to appeal?
- My rent is lower than my RV.
- My property assessment seems to be based on larger floor areas than I think is correct.
- They valued my mezzanine! They can’t do that, can they?
- My Rateable Value has increased is that fair?
- Whatever your own reasons are, it will not be “my bins are emptied” or “there is no street lighting on my estate”.
These are a few of the relevant considerations that may suggest you are over-assessed and need to speak to us to get the facts.
We work on a “no win – no fee” basis and we will not start a case unless we believe that you have good grounds to appeal.
“They negotiated a reduction on the 2005 Rating List and when no reduction was offered on the 2010 Rating List they prepared a full Valuation tribunal presentation and we used their litigation team to successfully secure a rates rebate. The whole process was handled by them – I would recommend them to anyone”
Alexander Rose - Burgess Hill