Dear South Oxfordshire District Council,

Please provide a complete list of business addresses and their
occupiers with rateable values between £2,000 and £12,000 that are
NOT in receipt of small business rate relief.

Please also list their property description, actual liability (i.e.
rates payable) and what
date they are liable from, as well as the billing authority
reference number for each account.

Please can you ensure this information is accurate and up to date.

Yours faithfully,

Gareth Elton

FOI South, South Oxfordshire District Council

Dear Mr Elton
 
Thank you for your Freedom of Information request which was received by
the South Oxfordshire District Council on 1 December 2014.
 
Please accept this email as confirmation that your request has been
received and forwarded to the relevant department and that a response will
be sent to you within 20 working days.  The reference number for this
request is 14/661.
 
I trust that this email is sufficient to assure you that your request is
being dealt with.  However, should you have any queries in the meantime,
please do not hesitate to contact the FOI team at [1][South Oxfordshire District Council request email]
 
Regards
 
FOI Team
South Oxfordshire District Council

>>> Gareth Elton <[FOI #242123 email]> 01/12/2014
11:37 >>>
Dear South Oxfordshire District Council,

Please provide a complete list of business addresses and their
occupiers with rateable values between £2,000 and £12,000 that are
NOT in receipt of small business rate relief.

Please also list their property description, actual liability (i.e.
rates payable) and what
date they are liable from, as well as the billing authority
reference number for each account.

Please can you ensure this information is accurate and up to date.

Yours faithfully,

Gareth Elton

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Vicky Johnson,

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Dear Mr Elton
 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information requests, which were logged
under FOI 14/777 VOWH and 14/661 SODC and passed to me to respond
accordingly.

 

Under Section 1 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the 2000 Act) you
are entitled to be informed in writing whether the council holds the
information specified in your request and, if that is the case, to have
that information communicated to you unless any of the statutory
exemptions apply. I have considered your request and can confirm that
although we do hold the information asked, I believe it would be a breach
of data protection if all information requested within your email was
released to you.

 

You have expressed a requirement to have details of all properties in the
council's area not receiving small business rate relief with a ratable
value between £2,000 to £12,000 including details of the primary liable
party for each. However, I would not be able to disclose this data for
non-domestic accounts where personal information, i.e. individual names,
was held as being the liable party.

 

Please find attached the information you requested, stripped of all
personal data (sole traders, partnerships etc).

 

Please treat this as the council's formal response under the 2000 Act. If
you are not satisfied with the decision I have made in response to your
request, you may complain under the council's complaints procedure. If you
remain dissatisfied after following that procedure, you have the right
under Section 50 of the 2000 Act to complain to the Information
Commissioner if you feel the council has not dealt with your request
properly. You can contact the Commissioner at Wycliffe House, Water Lane,
Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF (telephone number: 01625 545745). You can also
find further information at [1]www.ico.gov.uk .
 
Kind regards
 
Vicky
 
 
________________________________
Vicky Johnson
Revenues & Benefits Client Officer
Finance
Vale of White Horse District Council &
South Oxfordshire District Council

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Vicky Johnson,

2 Attachments

Dear Mr Elton
 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information requests, which were logged
under FOI 14/777 VOWH and 14/661 SODC and passed to me to respond
accordingly.

 

Under Section 1 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the 2000 Act) you
are entitled to be informed in writing whether the council holds the
information specified in your request and, if that is the case, to have
that information communicated to you unless any of the statutory
exemptions apply. I have considered your request and can confirm that
although we do hold the information asked, I believe it would be a breach
of data protection if all information requested within your email was
released to you.

 

You have expressed a requirement to have details of all properties in the
council's area not receiving small business rate relief with a ratable
value between £2,000 to £12,000 including details of the primary liable
party for each. However, I would not be able to disclose this data for
non-domestic accounts where personal information, i.e. individual names,
was held as being the liable party.

 

Please find attached the information you requested, stripped of all
personal data (sole traders, partnerships etc).

 

Please treat this as the council's formal response under the 2000 Act. If
you are not satisfied with the decision I have made in response to your
request, you may complain under the council's complaints procedure. If you
remain dissatisfied after following that procedure, you have the right
under Section 50 of the 2000 Act to complain to the Information
Commissioner if you feel the council has not dealt with your request
properly. You can contact the Commissioner at Wycliffe House, Water Lane,
Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF (telephone number: 01625 545745). You can also
find further information at [1]www.ico.gov.uk .
 
Kind regards
 
Vicky
 
 
________________________________
Vicky Johnson
Revenues & Benefits Client Officer
Finance
Vale of White Horse District Council &
South Oxfordshire District Council

Direct Line: 01235 540318 (Abingdon - VWHDC) Text phone users add 18001
before you dial
Email : [2][email address]
      
Visit us at:
[3]www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk
[4]www.southoxon.gov.uk
 

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