Non Domestic Rates Assessment
Greg Lamerton made this Freedom of Information request to Caerphilly County Borough Council
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Dear Caerphilly Council,
Please can you provide a list of non-domestic rates assessments in
your authority area in excess of £8,000 Rateable Value detailing
the company name, Billing Authority Reference Number, hereditament
address including postcode, telephone number if known, Director
details if known and Rateable Value.
Dear Greg Lamerton
Thank you for your request for information, which we received on 10^th
June 2013. We acknowledge receipt of your request, and we will respond to
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Freedom of Information Information Unit 2nd Floor
Act 2000 / Caerphilly county Churchill House
Environmental borough council, Churchill Way
Information Penallta House Cardiff
Regulations 2004 Tredomen Park CF10 2HH
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Daniel Perkins – Fax: 029 2067 8399
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Dear Mr Lamerton
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - INFORMATION REQUEST
Thank you for your request for information received on the 10^th June
We have considered your request and enclose the following information as
compiled on the 26^th June 2013; a list of properties with a rateable
value greater than £8000. The names supplied are in respect of
incorporated companies only, where an individual is liable their name has
been removed but the property details remain displayed. Unfortunately we
do not hold director details on our system.
We supply this information based on your original request. If this is not
what you wanted or if you feel we have not fully understood your request
please do not hesitate to contact me to clarify your exact requirements.
If you have any queries or concerns or are in any way dissatisfied with
the handling of your request please contact me.
Corporate Information Governance Assistant
Freedom of Information Act 2000 / Environmental Information Regulations
You have the right to appeal against our decision.
If you wish to appeal please set If you are unhappy with that decision you
out in writing your grounds of have the right to appeal to:
appeal and send to:
Corporate Information Governance
Unit Information Commissioner’s Office – Wales
Caerphilly county borough 2nd Floor, Churchill House
council, Churchill Way
Penallta House Cardiff CF10 2HH
Hengoed. CF82 7PG
Tel: 029 2067 8400
Fax: 029 2067 8399
Appeals will be determined by Email: [email address]
Mr. Daniel Perkins – Head of
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