Following the revaluation of all commercial and industrial properties in the rating authority area of Cavan County Council, the Valuation Office will hold a walk-in clinic on Monday, 23 September.
Published on: 11 Sep 2019
On 10th September 2019 Valuation Certificates were issued to approx 34,000 ratepayers in County Cavan and seven other local authority rating areas.
Your rates liability for 2019 will be calculated by multiplying the Valuation of the property by the “Annual Rate on Valuation” (ARV) which will be set by Cavan County Council at its budgetary meeting later this year. Indicative ARVs can be found on the respective county council’s websites.
Please be aware that the Valuation (NAV) on the Valuation Certificate received is not your rates liability.
A new Valuation List for each Local Authority will be published on 17th September and from that date the new valuations will be available to view here.
A ratepayer who is dissatisfied with their valuation may make an appeal to the independent Valuation Tribunal as detailed in the explanatory letter issued with their Valuation Certificate. Appeals to the Valuation Tribunal must be made no later than 14th October 2019.
The Valuation Office will hold a walk-in clinic at Johnston Central Library, Farnham Street, Cavan, H12V3W4 on Monday, 23 September from 10am until 4pm, following the publication of the new Valuation Lists.
Staff from the Valuation Office will be available to answer queries relating to the issue of Valuation Certificates. No appointment will be necessary. Ratepayers attending the clinics are asked to bring their Valuation Certificate along with them.