Non-domestic rates assessment

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

Please can you provide a list of non-domestic rates assessments in
your authority area in excess of £10,000 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.

Yours faithfully,

Greg Lamerton

Birmingham City Council

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[Subject only] Acknowledgement FOI7504

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Birmingham City Council

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Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing in respect of your recent enquiry for information under the
provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Please find attached a spreadsheet supplying you with the following
information as requested in relation to Non-Domestic accounts with a
Rateable Value in excess of £10,000..

(See attached file: NDR all Props FOI7504.xls)

Due to Data Protection reasons any individual named ratepayers and their
address have been omitted. The customers payment reference has not been
supplied as this is unique to a customer and could breach confidentiality.

Directors details are available from public records at Companies House. We
do not provide them as they can be obtained through another source. Apart
from that, we couldn't guarantee they are correct.

If you are not satisfied with the response you may ask for an internal
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you may apply to the Information Commissioner for a decision. Generally,
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contacted at the following address:
The Information Commissioner
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Yours faithfully

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Ganesh Sittampalam left an annotation ()

The response above dated 12th September was sent by Birmingham Council on that date, but they got the email address slightly wrong and therefore it was not delivered to the request thread until I did so manually just now.

Ganesh - WhatDoTheyKnow volunteer