|15th & 29th March; 10th May; 7th June
|Valuation Office Issue Proposed Valuation Certificates
|Final Certificates Issued
|Valuation List Published
|Final Dates for Appeals
|1st January 2020
|Date on which new valuations take effect for rates purposes
Final Valuation Certificates
The Valuation Office has now completed the revaluation of all commercial properties in County Monaghan and has issued Final Valuation Certificates to all ratepayers on 10th September 2019. The new valuations will take effect for rates purposes from 1st January 2020. Please be aware that the Valuation (NAV) on the Final Valuation Certificate is NOT your rates liability.
The new Valuation List for Monaghan was published on 17th September 2019 and from that date is available to view on the Valuation Office website, www.valoff.ie
Revaluation Walk in Clinic
The Valuation Office will host a walk in clinic following the issuing of Final Certificates, Valuation Office staff will be present to answer queries. No appointment is necessary. Ratepayers attending the clinic are asked to bring their Final Valuation Certificate along with them.
Please see details of walk in clinic set out below:-
|Tuesday 24th September
|Monaghan County Council, Glen Road, Monaghan
The purpose of a revaluation is to bring more equity and transparency into the Local Authority rating system and to ensure that all ratepayers pay a fair share of the commercial rates to be raised. Following revaluation, there is a much closer and more uniform relationship between rental values of property and its commercial rates liability. The proposed valuation of each property has been arrived at by reference to relevant market rental information at the specified valuation date of 15th September 2017.
The Proposed Valuation Certificates state the valuation that the Valuation Office proposes entering for each property when the new valuation list is published on 17th September 2019. The valuations will be used to calculate the rates charged in 2020 and subsequent years. It is important to note that the proposed valuation entered on the Proposed Valuation Certificate is not a bill for rates but is a statement of the proposed valuation on which rates will be calculated from 1st January 2020.
An estimate of your rates liability for 2020 can be calculated as follows:
A. Take the value set out in the Proposed Valuation Certificate (Net Annual Value – NAV) received from the Valuation Office (e.g. €15,000)
B. Take the indicative Annual Rate on Valuation (ARV) for 2020 of 0.24
C. Multiply A x B giving your estimated rates liability for 2020 (e.g. €15,000 x 0.24 = €3,600)
Further information on revaluation is available on the Valuation Office website at www.valoff.ie.
Monaghan County Council’s Revenue Collector’s are available at the following contact no’s
Valuation Order: Valuation Order (PDF)
Sample Revaluation Information Form – Monaghan Sample PVC And Explanatory Letter (PDF)
Follow the link to see how the Reval affects you: