The 19th National Rating Day
The National Rating Day has become a tradition in the rating world where practitioners attend to be updated on current topics, network and contribute to help shape changes for the future. Speakers represent the private sector, the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) and the Valuation Tribunal Service (VTS).
The conference is always popular – attracting over 300 practitioners. If you are involved in rating work, this is the event that is too important to miss.
|13 June 2019||Congress Centre, London||£280||BOOK|
Note: All prices are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate
The Rating system is at a
uniquely challenging time in 2019. This year is the Antecedent Valuation Date
for the next revaluation in England and Wales, which means that work starts on
valuing nearly two million non-domestic properties for the 2021 revaluation.
But, at the same time, ratepayers and their agents are trying to get to grips with checks, challenges and appeals for the 2017 Rating List, and the 2010 Rating List has been reopened to new proposals, in limited circumstances, to reverse the effects of the Supreme Court decision in Woolway (VO) v Mazars LLP.
Ratepayers, agents and the VOA are having to consider three different rating lists at the same time. Added to this, some important Court and Tribunal decisions will have a significant influence on remaining outstanding 2010 Rating List appeals.
More than ever there is need for a comprehensive update on all these different strands of the rating system; and the National Rating Day programme will provide this.
Speakers To Be Confirmed Soon...
Confirmed To Date - Please be aware sessions will be added/amended as sessions get finalised
- Welcome and
Introduction by Conference Chairman
- The Government Policy Update
- A Business Call on Business Rates
- The Purpose of Rates: Funding Local Government
- The Practicalities of CCA
- Question & Answer
- Appeals - Experiences of the 2017 Process and Procedures and Approaches Under CCA
- AVD Review, Frequency of Revaluations - 2021 and Beyond
- Expectations from the Upper Tribunal Bench
- Case Law Update