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Ratable

1. Describing a property of which an appraisal is possible. For example, a farm is a ratable property because its value is able to be assessed.

2. See: Taxable.
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100% relief for post offices (and hereditaments that include post offices) with a rateable value of pounds 9,000 or less;
For example Poundland is set to see its rateable value fall from PS100,000 to PS94,000, while WH Smith will go from PS123,000 to PS115,000.
It is therefore essential that businesses ensure that their rateable values on the current list, published in 2010, are not excessive.
The latest revaluation period came into effect on April 1, 2010, with rateable values based on a valuation date of April 1, 2008.
Graham Knight, Director, Business Rates at GVA, said: "We have successfully negotiated reductions that have brought the rateable values of these units down to their pre-2005 List levels, effectively setting a substantial precedent in the market.
The amount of business rates payable is calculated using the rateable value and a multiplier, which is set by the government.
Now, he says the VOA's Liverpool office has indicated shopkeepers along County Road are also in line for a reduction in their rateable values.
Last night, Scottish Retail Consortium boss Fiona Moriarty said: 'This reduction will go some way to compensate for the 50 per cent rises in rateable value expected in Aberdeen and Livingston.
I want to go on rateable assessment billing, but this has been refused.
Sky claims the new business charges are fairer because they are based on the rateable value of each individual property.
Marking a Breakthrough performance of one billion rateable events in a four-hour period on an 8-processor machine, the i-Rater and Sun solution demonstrated a potential to significantly reduce the hardware and software investment for a large service provider.
Cardiff City Stadium, for example, has seen its rateable value rise from PS645,000 to PS843,000.