Non-domestic rates assessments

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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

RevenuesFOI, Birmingham City Council

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Dear Mr Lamerton

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 National Non Domestic Rates
properties with a rateable value of over £10,000.

1. The name of the company
2. Full property address
3. Unique property reference number
4. Rateable value

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

(See attached file: FOI6218.xls)

The customers payment reference has not been supplied as this is unique to
a customer and could breach confidentiality. Additionally we are unable to
supply telephone numbers and do not hold directors details.

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Dear RevenuesFOI,

We have noticed that we have not received the information requested by the 28th November, 2011. Would you please inform us as to when we are to receive the information.

Yours sincerely,

Greg Lamerton

Birmingham City Council

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Re your recent e-mail, this is what has already been sent and the
spreadsheet was attached. Apologies for any delay.

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