Reval 2019 reaches Proposed Valuation Certificate Stage

Last updated at 09:46 on 15/03/2019

The revaluation of all commercial and industrial properties in the Cavan, Fingal, Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Tipperary, Wexford and Wicklow County Council rating authority areas has now reached the Proposed Valuation Certificate issue stage. On the 15th March 2019 the Valuation Office commenced the process of issuing Proposed Valuation Certificates to approximately 31,000 ratepayers in these Local Authority areas.

Ratepayers who are satisfied with their proposed valuation do not have to respond to the Valuation Office. Ratepayers who are dissatisfied with any material aspect of the Proposed Valuation Certificate may make representations to the valuation manager up to and including the date printed on their certificate.

The Valuation Office will be holding 'Walk In' Clinics in each of the counties following the issuing of Proposed Valuation Certificates. 

Valuation Office staff will be present in each location to answer queries relating to the Proposed Valuation Certificates for Reval 2019. They will explain the revaluation process and offer guidance on making representations. No appointment is necessary. Please bring your Proposed Valuation Certificate along with you.

Further information about the dates, times and locations of the 'Walk In' Clinics can be found here

Final Valuation Certificates will be issued in September 2019 and will take effect from January 2020.

Sample Proposed Valuation Certificate and Explanatory Letter