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The SAA Portal provides all Scotland Valuation Rolls & Council Tax Lists on-line. The following pages provide information for individual or small groups of properties.
Search Valuation Roll by DescriptionAll fourteen Assessors across Scotland have linked their detailed property descriptions to one of approximately 200 core descriptions. Core descriptions provide a standardised and consistent way of searching for similar properties across Scotland. To search by core description, simply click the input box that is available as part of the existing advanced search facility for rateable values. A dropdown menu will appear listing all the core descriptions. Alternatively, you can simply type in the core description you are looking for and predictive text functionality will help you narrow down your search.
Valuation Appeal Committee Hearing DatesDetails of Valuation Appeal Committee hearing dates and lists of cases cited for hearing are published by most Assessors. Where available, details for each valuation area can be obtained from here.
Rating RevaluationThe Scottish Government has announced that the non-domestic rates Revaluation scheduled for 2015 has been postponed until 2017.
Make sure of your voteRevised Registers of Electors were published on 1 December and are now available for inspection at Electoral Registration offices. They may also be inspected at some council offices and local libraries - contact you local Electoral Registration Officer for details. If you are entitled to be registered, you should check that your name has been included. The register is updated on a monthly basis and you can apply to have your name added by completing and returning a voter registration form to the Electoral Registration Officer.
Bulk Appeals SystemThe SAA has introduced an Automated Appeals Logging System (AALS) that allows agents (and others with large property portfolios) to easily submit valuation appeals from their own property information systems. The AALS uses web services technology and is aligned to a similar solution already in use by the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) for properties in England and Wales. More details are available here.
Online Forms ExtendedEach year Assessors usually issue a Return of Information Form (it may be referred to as a “Schedule”, “Annual Return” etc) to allow owners and tenants etc to update narrative information held in the Valuation Roll, give details of changes to properties and provide basic rental information. Each Assessor will issue forms on the basis of a local timetable and recognising local resources. It is now possible to make your return by using the Online Forms menu on this website. The Return of Information Form option is included on that menu. When your Assessor issues Returns why not respond on-line?
For information about your area, select a region from the map or identify your Assessor from the local council area list below. Click to be taken to the home page for that region