Dear Bournemouth Borough 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.
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Dear Greg Lamerton
Information Request Freedom of Information Act
Further to your request for information received on 28th February 2012
please find attached the material that you asked for.
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