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Water rates are based upon the rateable value of my house

What is "rateable value"?

Asked on Jul 26 2016, General in UK | Report content

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  • Originally the rental value of the property, but this long ago became a notional value and since Council Tax has replace Rates the ratetable value is now only used for Water rates if you don't have a meter.

    Answered on Jul 30 2016, Report content

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