Non-domestic rates assessments

Clare White made this Freedom of Information request to Birmingham City Council

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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 £30,000 Rateable Value detailing the company name, hereditament address including postcode and Rateable Value.

Yours faithfully,

Clare White

Des McGlinchey, Birmingham City Council

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Dear Clare White,

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 you have requested in relation to National Non Domestic Rates
accounts with a rateable value of over £30,000. The information supplied
is:

1. The name of the company
2. The address
3. The rateable value

Due to Data Protection reasons any individual named ratepayers have been
omitted.

(See attached file: NDR FOI5601.xls)

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Yours sincerely

Mr D Mcglinchey
Revenues Manager
Client Side

0121 464 1468

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