Welcome to the Scottish Assessors Association Portal

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.

For information about your area

Select your Assessor from the local council area list below

To Search for a Rateable Value

Enter an address or post code below

Advanced Search

To Search for a Council Tax band

Enter an address or post code below

Assessor Information Notice

Provide your information here

Have you received an Assessor Information Notice asking you to fill in a Rent Questionnaire? If so, you can now use our new online form by clicking on the button below.

Complete a Rent Questionnaire

Notice Board

Expansion of Valuations – Pilot Launch

We have just soft launched an expansion of the types of detailed valuation available at the portal. The aim is to prove the concept through a phased roll-out of valuations for additional property types, including Shooting Rights, Self-Catering Units and Schools, as steps towards providing a wider range of valuations at the 2023 Revaluation. During this pilot, coverage will not be Scotland-wide but a sample can be found using the link below. If you have any comments on the new valuations, please tell us by using the feedback link at the foot of the page.

Sample valuation

Non-Domestic Rates (Scotland) Act 2020

The Scottish Parliament introduced new procedures that changed how Assessors gather information relevant to the valuation of properties for non-domestic rates. The procedures include the application of civil penalties where a person does not comply with a request for information. Failure to respond to an Assessor Information Notice could result in penalties of up to 71% of the Rateable Value of the property.

The Guidance Note below outlines how Assessors will approach information gathering and provides advice on how ratepayers and their representatives can pro-actively provide the information required

Assessor Information Notices and Civil Penalty Procedures Guidance Note

Scottish Assessors Association Portal – Mapping

In consultation with Scottish Government and Portal users we are introducing a new Portal Mapping Browser that is linked to our live Valuation Roll Portal database. We have added a map search icon for Rateable Value searches and a map view for valuation roll search results. Portal users will find this on both the home page and advanced search facilities.

Over 90% of all Valuation Roll properties can be shown on a map and we will seek to continuously improve this going forward. We welcome feedback on the map functions and if you have any suggestions for improvement, please send your comments to portalmapfeedback@saa.gov.uk

TLS v1.2 upgrade

The SAA Portal is upgrading the TLS (Transport Layer Security) protocol to version 1.2 on Monday, 13th July to ensure compliance with national standards. After this date, older browsers may not be supported, including any Internet Explorer Browser prior to v11. Portal AALS users will also need to ensure compliance with TLS v1.2 and can email aals@saa.gov.uk for more information.

Coronavirus outbreak

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic Assessors have closed their office buildings in line with the Government’s advice. Assessors and Electoral Registration Officers are working to ensure that a reduced level of service continues to be delivered through home working and other measures where that is possible, however, it is not possible to guarantee that all services can be delivered at this time.

If you require to contact an Assessor or Electoral Registration Officer please do so by email.

Coronavirus Outbreak

Assessors are aware of the health issues related to the Covid-19 pandemic and are doing all they can to follow the Government’s advice and to ensure the health and well-being of the public and their staff. Public access to most Assessor’s offices is currently unavailable and Assessors are seeking to ensure that services will continue to be delivered through home working and other measures where that is possible. If you require to contact the Assessor’s service please do so by email or telephone.