Notice of Indicative ARV for calculation of 2018 Commercial Rates
Indicative ARV for County Kilkenny for 2018 is 0.21
The Valuation Office is conducting a revaluation of all commercial properties throughout County Kilkenny to come into effect for the year 2018 as part of its ongoing programme to revalue all such properties within the State.
A new Valuation List for Kilkenny County Council Rating Authority Area will be published on 15th September 2017. From that date you can go online to www.valoff.ie and view the valuations of all of the properties that were revalued in your local authority area.
The Valuation (Net Annual Value) of the property is multiplied by the “Annual Rate on Valuation” (ARV) to calculate the indicative amount of commercial rates payable for 2018. Ratepayers in County Kilkenny can calculate their estimated rates liability for 2018 by using the indicative ARV set out above.
The ARV is determined by Kilkenny County Council as part of the budgetary process each year.
The Indicative ARV for County Kilkenny for 2018 is 0.21
To calculate the indicative commercial rates liability for 2018 please multiply the “Proposed Valuation” (Net Annual Value), as advised by the Valuation Office, by 0.21
Peter O Brien (fictional business) - Proposed Valuation as advised = €15,800
Estimated Rates Liability for 2018 = €15,800 * 0.21 = €3,3318
Mary Murphy (fictional business) - Proposed Valuation as advised = €25,000
Estimated Rates Liability for 2018 = €25,000 * 0.21 = €5,250
Alternatively an estimate of your rates liability for 2018 can be computed using the calculator
at the bottom of this page
and inputting the valuation set out in the Proposed Valuation Certificate to calculate next year's indicative rate and also by inputting your rate bill for 2017 you will be able to calculate any difference in amounts payable.
It should be noted that the Annual Rate on Valuation is indicative only. It is based on the total value of proposed valuations for Kilkenny as calculated and advised by the Valuation Office and may be subject to change, at the conclusion of the revaluation process and at the Council’s budget meeting for 2018 scheduled for November this year
Right of Appeal
If you are satisfied with your Valuation Certificate, no further action is necessary. If you are dissatisfied with the valuation fixed on the property or any of the details contained in the Valuation Certificate you have a right of appeal to the Valuation Tribunal, an independent body established to determine such appeals. Appeals to the Valuation Tribunal must be made no later than 12th October 2017 - see www.valuationtribunal.ie for details on how to make an appeal.
If you need clarification of any aspect of this process, or the Valuation Certificate issued, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Valuation Office Helpline by telephoning 01-8171199 between 9.30am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday. Further information is also available on the Valuation Office website: www.valoff.ie.
It is important to have your Property Number and Pin Number, provided on the Valuation Certificate, available for all online queries.
Valuation office staff will be available to answer queries relating to the recent issue of Valuation Certificates. No appointment is necessary. Please bring your Valuation Certificate along with you. They will be in attendance as follows.
Dates: Tuesday 26th September and Wednesday 27th September.
Location Butler House, Patrick Street, Kilkenny
Times 9.30 am - 4.30 pm
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