Dear Runnymede Borough Council,
Please can you provide me with the following information under the
Freedom Of Information Act 2000:-
(a) List all Commercial properties and their addresses with a
rateable value of £12,000 and greater.
(b) The names and addresses of the Rate payers referred to above
for each property and their correspondence address (if different
from the property address)
(c) The billing authority reference for each property
(d) The current liability payable for the year 2013/14.
(e) The date the rateable occupier first became liable for the
(f) Please also state which hereditament is currently receiving
I. Charitable rate relief (mandatory rate relief)
II. Discretionary rate relief
III. Empty property rate relief
IV. Listed building exemption
Thanking you in advance.
Dear Ms Stone
I write to acknowledge receipt of your freedom of information request received on 28th November 2013.
Your request is being dealt with under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and will be answered within twenty working days.
Freedom of Information Officer
Runnymede Borough Council
[Runnymede Borough Council request email] | www.runnymede.gov.uk
I refer to your email request of 28th November 2013 for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 regarding commercial properties in this borough.
Please see the attached separate Excel reports with the information requested. Named individuals have been removed from the lists. I can confirm that Runnymede Borough Council has that information but I am withholding their names as I consider that the exemption(s) under Section(s) 40 (2) of the FOI Act 2000 applies. Section 40 states personal data of any other person (third party data) is exempt under section 40 (2) if disclosure would breach one of the data protection principles.
I hope that this information is sufficient for your purposes. The Council’s complaints procedure is on the website,
If you are not satisfied with this response you may ask for an internal review. If subsequently you are not satisfied with the Council’s decision you may apply to the Information Commissioner for a decision. Generally, the ICO cannot make a decision unless you have exhausted the complaints procedure provided by the Council.
The Information Commissioner can be contacted at the following address:
The Information Commissioner
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