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Mark Dooley made this Freedom of Information request to Birmingham City Council

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The request was successful.

Dear Birmingham City Council,

I would like to make a request under the Freedom of Information Act for the following-

A list of all Non Domestic Rates Assessments within your Billing Authority, detailing the property address, Rateable value, Billing Authority Reference and liable party for each.

Yours faithfully,

Mark Dooley

Birmingham City Council

Dear Mr Dooley

                Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Request for Information
Thank you for your request received on 14/11/2013 for information held by
the Council under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
This has been referred to an appropriate officer within the Revenues and
Benefits Service in order to provide you with the requested data.

In some circumstances a fee may be payable and if that is the case, we
will let you know. A fees notice will be issued to you, and you will be
required to pay before we will proceed to deal with your request.

If you require any further information or are not happy with our response
please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team on 0121 464 2152
quoting the reference number above in any future communications.

Yours sincerely

Strategy Development Team

Data Protection Act 1998
The information you have provided within your Freedom of Information
request will be held on our database and may also be held within manual
records for a period of 2 years from the date Birmingham City Council
received your request. Any personal data that you provide to Birmingham
City Council will be held in line with the requirements set out within the
Data Protection Act 1998.

Re Use of Public Sector Information
Where Birmingham City Council is the copyright holder of any information
that may be released, re-use for personal, educational or non-commercial
purposes is permitted without further reference to the City Council. Where
the re-use is for other purposes, such as commercial re-use, the applicant
should notify the City Council in writing to seek approval or agree terms
for re-use.

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Birmingham City Council

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Dear Mr Dooley

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Request for Information
I am responding to your request for information held by the Council under
the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. This has been
referred to an appropriate officer within the Revenues Team, who has
provided the following data in order to answer your enquiry.

Please see the attached a spreadhseet containing a list of Non Domestic
Rates assesments.

Please note, the names of individuals and their billing references have
been redacted, as this is personal information and cannot be disclosed as
part of a Freedom of Information request.

If you are not satisfied with this response you may ask for an internal
review. Please contact the corporate team at the address below:

Performance & Information (WS)
PO Box 16366
Birmingham
B2 2YY
or
[1][email address]

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
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF

Telephone: 01625 545745
Web Address: [2]www.ico.gov.uk

Yours sincerely

Strategy Development Team
Tel:0121 464 2152

Please respond to Benefit Service Policy , NOT to individual

Data Protection Act 1998
The information you have provided within your Freedom of Information
request will be held on our database and may also be held within manual
records for a period of 2 years from the date Birmingham City Council
received your request. Any personal data that you provide to Birmingham
City Council will be held in line with the requirements set out within the
Data Protection Act 1998.

Re Use of Public Sector Information
Where Birmingham City Council is the copyright holder of any information
that may be released, re-use for personal, educational or non-commercial
purposes is permitted without further reference to the City Council. Where
the re-use is for other purposes, such as commercial re-use, the applicant
should notify the City Council in writing to seek approval or agree terms
for re-use.

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