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Information regarding Council Tax, valuation for rating and electoral registration can be found on this site. The SAA Portal provides all Scotland Valuation Rolls & Council Tax Lists on-line.

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Notice Board

Barclay Review Action Plan

The Barclay Review Group published its recommendations to improve and reform the rating system in Scotland on 22 August 2017. The SAA has now published its Action Plan that relates directly to the Review Group’s recommendation 12. Apart from this Action Plan, Assessors recognise that the Review Group’s recommendations accepted by the Scottish Government extend beyond the issues covered by this plan. The SAA will work with stakeholders to bring about improvements to the rating system that these recommendations seek to achieve.

Barclay Review Group Action Plan

Shooting Rights and Deer Forests rateable values available this week

The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016 removed the exemption that had applied to shooting rights and deer forests from 1 April 2017. Assessors undertook to ensure that the bulk of rateable values for shooting rights and deer forests were completed by the end of September 2017. Valuation notices are being issued during the week beginning 25 September along with an information leaflet.

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Government Response to the Barclay Report on improvements to non-domestic rates

The SAA welcomes the government’s announcement today and looks forward to working with both government and stakeholders to improve administration, transparency and fairness of the rates system in Scotland.

Report of the Barclay Review of Non-Domestic Rates

The Scottish Assessors Association (SAA) welcomes the Barclay Review Group’s report published today. It notes that the report concludes that -
• a property tax based on rentals should continue;
• revaluations should take place on a three yearly basis;
• the current structure of independent Assessors should be retained;
• improvements in information gathering powers and reporting should be made.
The SAA awaits the Government’s response and looks forward to working with stakeholders to detail and implement recommendations that the Government decides to take forward.

Report of the Barclay Review of Non-Domestic Rates