News story: Changes to how we value some non-domestic properties with more than one occupier in England

first_img For current valuations, use the check and challenge process and follow the guidance to notify us that the check is related to the ‘Mazars’ case. For valuations that were split between 1 April 2010 and 31 March 2017 inclusive, use our revised 2010 appeal form. You can do this from 17 December 2018 to 31 December 2019. We have revised how we value properties in England where occupiers use two or more separated spaces within a building. We can now value separate but adjoining areas (occupied by one individual or company) as a single property when it is appropriate.Ratepayers can ask us to reconsider when we have previously split a property into more than one. Until we have reviewed the decision, you should continue to pay any additional business rates liability to your council. We will automatically let the council know about any changes to the valuations we make.The decision in the Supreme Court case ‘Mazars vs Woolway’ meant we were legally obliged to treat different areas of the same building (which are accessed through communal areas) as separate premises for business rates purposes. The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced, in the Autumn Budget 2017, his commitment to alter the rating law in England to enable us to treat these as a single property when appropriate. This legislation came into effect on 1 November 2018. The regulations that allow us to amend the 2010 list came into effect on 17 December 2018.We have updated the Rating Manual section 3 part 1, section 2 part 5 and section 7 part 2 to reflect this change in legislation.The previous guidance on how we value some non-domestic properties with more than one occupier still applies in Wales.last_img read more

thekylermurray cutting it loose at OUFootball

first_img[email protected] cutting it loose at @OU_Football Pro Day!📺: Path to the Draft: Pro Day on @NFLNetwork— NFL (@NFL) March 13, 2019The Arizona Cardinals, who own the No. 1 pick, are in attendance at Oklahoma’s pro day, but president Michael Bidwill, GM Steve Keim and head coach Kliff Kingsbury did not make the trip. They are expected to work out Murray privately under settings more under their control. The weight nearly did. Murray, a potential top pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, scaled in at 205 pounds Wednesday in Norman, Okla.Related LinksCardinals’ Bidwill, Keim and Kingsbury not at Murray’s pro dayArizona Sports NFL Mock Draft Tracker: Who’s next for the Cards at No. 1?Why NFL mock drafts are going all-in on Kyler Murray to the CardsBut the height measurement’s legitimacy? Well, we won’t know.Murray didn’t get measured on Wednesday and skipped agility drills such as the broad jump, vertical and 40-yard dash.NFL Network’s James Palmer confirmed Murray will not run the 40-yard dash to show off his speed that made him one of the most dynamic players in the country this past season.The quarterback went through throwing drills on Wednesday. Kyler Murray showing off his deep ball with these throws. #OUProDay— Michael Kinney (@EyeAmTruth) March 13, 2019 Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Kyler Murray to Myles Tease deep Comments   Share   The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo — Ryan Aber (@ryaber) March 13, 2019 Oklahoma quarterback prospect Kyler Murray’s height measurement at the NFL Draft Combine two weeks ago no doubt helped his draft stock.It forced evaluators to eschew using his height as a red flag, a reason not to consider him a top pick.Murray’s weight, 207 pounds, also helped his cause as detractors going into the Feb. 28 combine worried about his thin build and ability to take hits from the quarterback position. But skeptics wondered if those numbers would hold up — and if Murray could show off his speed — when Oklahoma’s pro day came around. Kyler Murray to Geno Lewis at #OU pro day:— Bob Przybylo (@BPrzybylo) March 13, 2019 Top Stories “He’s got an A-plus so far!”@TheKylerMurray is putting on a clinic at @OU_Football Pro Day. 🎯📺: Path to the Draft: Pro Day on @nflnetwork— NFL (@NFL) March 13, 2019 More Kyler Murray throwing— Ryan Aber (@ryaber) March 13, 2019 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more