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Local Government Finance - Data Supplier Area

RVAPP

Title

Rateable Values Non-Domestic Appeals

Aim

The RVAPP is issued quarterly to Assessors requesting details, by council area, on the total number of appeals lodged and the resulting change in rateable value of subjects for which an appeal against the non-domestic rates revaluation was made.

This appeals information is vital to ensuring that income from non-domestic subjects is maintained and that the appeals assumption made in setting the poundage figure remains valid.

Frequency

The return is issued quarterly after revaluation and collect appeals made and disposed of in the last quarter and cumulatively before hand.


Timetable for Return

Current Return

RVAPP 2017-18 (Quarter 2)

Return Issued

11th September 2017

Return Due

13th October 2017

Important Information

This is the first quarter in which we are collecting exapnded information on appeals resulting in RV changes, hence there are some changes to the form:

  • For Part 2 of the form relating to the 2017 cycle, the same information as previously collected should be supplied in the 'All' part of the return. Further information relating to appeals which have resulted in a change to RV (a subset of 'All') should also be reported under the relevant heading.

If you have any questions then please get in touch with alexander.mcphee@gov.scot

Please see the attached Excel spreadsheet may give a better understanding of the data being asked for.

Link to ProcXed

The RVAPP is now collected through the ProcXed system.  All RVAPP data suppliers have been contacted regarding this change; if you have yet to recieve details of the changes or require log in details for ProcXed please email: lgfstats@gov.scot

 


Historical Information

Please use the links below to access past forms and guidance for this return.


Data and Analysis

The above data collection is summarised in the quarterly Non-Domestic Rates Revaluation Appeals Statistics publication.