The Valuation Office is completing a national programme to revalue commercial premises. As part of this programme the Valuation Office is now engaging with the occupiers of commercial properties. We will use new valuations to calculate commercial rates from January 1st 2022.
- What is Reval 2021?
- Frequently asked questions
- Who will carry out Reval 2021?
- What are the stages in Reval 2021?
- The process
- Reval 2021 Key dates and stages
What is Reval 2021?
Revaluation 2021 is a national programme. The aim of Revaluation 2021 is to ensure that the rateable valuation of all commercial and industrial property in Ireland reflects the current business environment.
Revaluation will make the local authority rating system more transparent and fair. After revaluation there will be a closer and more uniform relationship between the annual rental values of commercial properties and their commercial rates liability.
The Valuation Office will publish the new valuations in September 2021. The new valuations will be effective for rates purposes from 2022 onwards.
Mixed properties are properties that have domestic and commercial uses. Mixed properties will only be assessed on the commercial element of the property.
Frequently asked questions
The Valuation Office has a useful list of Frequently asked questions.
Who will carry out Reval 2021?
The valuation office is responsible for Reval 2021. The Valuation Office is Ireland’s State property valuation organisation. The Valuation Office provides ratepayers and local authorities with accurate, up-to-date valuations of commercial and industrial properties. Local authorities calculate commercial rates based on the valuations provided by the Valuation Office.
What are the stages in Reval 2021?
The Valuation Office has sent an information pack to occupiers of commercial properties in County Clare. This pack includes a Revaluation Information Form. You can complete the form on-line by visiting www.valoff.ie. Or you can complete the hardcopy of the form and return it to the Valuation Office, Block 2, Irish Life Centre, Abbey Street Lower, Dublin 1, D01 E9X0.
For certain categories of property, for example licensed premises, hotels etc., the Valuation Office will also send you a Section 45 Notice requesting further information (under the Valuation Act 2001). If you receive a S45 Notice, you have a legal obligation to comply with it. The Valuation Office will keep all information provided confidential.
The Valuation Office will analyse the information you provide and set a valuation on your property. If the Valuation Office decides that they need to inspect or do a survey of your property they will notify you in advance.
The Valuation Office will send you a Proposed Valuation Certificate (during Quarter 1 of 2021) which will show the details and the proposed valuation for your property.
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Reval 2021 process
Valuation Order is signed and Valuation Office sends out Information forms
Valuation Office issues Section 45 notices to certain categories of property
Valuation Office analyses information submitted
Valuation Office issues Proposed Valuation Certificates (PVC)
Timeframe for submitting prepresentations
You have 40 days to submit representations to the Valuation Office if dissatisfied with any detail of the PVC.
Valuation Office considers representations and makes changes if appropriate
Valuation Office issues Valuation Certificates and publishes valuation lists
Opportunity to appeal to the Valuation Tribunal if dissatisfied
If you are dissatisfied with the valuation certificate you can make an appeal to the independent valuation tribunal.
Reval 2021 - key dates and stages
November 4th 2019
Valuation Order made
Commissioner of Valuation made valuation order
Engagement and assessment
Valuation Office will engage with rated occupiers of commercial properties and assess the information received.
Valuation Office issues Proposed Valuation Certificates
The Valuation Office issues Proposed Valuation Certificates to rate payers in County Clare
Issue date + 40 days
Opportunity to make representations
If you are unhappy with anything contained in the Proposed Valuation Certificate you will have an opportunity to make representations. You must make a representation within 40 days from the date of issue of the proposed certificate.
Final Valuation Certificates
The Valuation Office will issue Final Valuation Certificates to rated occupiers of commercial, industrial and industrial properties.
Your Final Valuation Certificate will be the basis for the commercial rates that will be levied on your property by the local authority from 2022 onwards.
September 15th 2021
The Valuation Office will publish the valuation lists.
January 1st 2022
New valuations will be the basis for commercial rates from 2022
Enquiries and further information
You'll find contact details for the Valuation Office in the contacts pane on this page.
You can find further information on the Valuation Office website www.valoff.ie and the Valuation Office Twitter page at @VO_Ireland.
You can also email specific queries to email@example.com or contact the Valuation Office by telephone on 01-817 1033.Back to top
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