Sunday March 29, 2020

Regional ratepayers await property revaluations

Some 67 per cent of the total stock of commercial and industrial properties have yet to be revalued.

7th June, 2015
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Henry Street, Dublin 1: Dublin City Council is one of six authorities to be revalued by the National Rates Revaluation Programme

Commercial businesses in most regional towns and counties are still awaiting the revaluation of their premises for local authority property rates almost ten years after the first revaluation was undertaken.

Robert McHugh, divisional director of professional advisory services, DTZ Sherry FitzGerald, advises rate payers in most areas to ensure they are prepared for the revaluation of their property.

“Preparation will ensure that the property is not over valued and that they don’t pay more rates...

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