Rates and Rental – Shop

Rates and Rental Surveyors Ltd have secured a reduction in business Rateable Value of a shop and premises in London. Unit 6 – Bst+Grd Floor, Whiteleys, Queensway, London W2 4SB. Rates and Rental Surveyors Ltd agreed a reduction from £107,000– £86,500 with the Valuation Office. The reduction now means the following saving will apply excluding any transitional relief (*) or Small Business Rates Relief (*) given by the local authority.

Year/Rate Before reduction After reduction Saving
2010 – 11 / 41.4% £44,298 £35,811 £8,487
2011-12 / 43.3% £46,331 £37,455 £8,877
2012-13 / 45.8% £49,006 £39,617 £9,389
2013-14 / 47.1% £50,397 £40,742 £9,656
2014-15 / 48.2%     £51,574 £41,693 £9,881
2015-16 /  49.3%    £52,751 £42,645 £10,107
2016-17  /  (average 50.4%) £53,928 £43,596 £10,332
TOTAL £348,285 £281,558 £66,728

Important factors to consider in construction

Rates and Rental

Surveyors Ltd

Assets follow a common rule of appreciation and depreciation. This is a rule that comes with the making of purchases and sales. The sales person of personal property is highly subjected to various depreciations. The depreciations are illustrated where the house property lose their value due to damages incurred. Damages subject the owner of the property to incurring more expenses. The maintenance and repair costs tend to be constantly on the rise. Thereby, any property owner needs to familiarize with several techniques of coping with depreciation. Depreciation is very common occurrence and the best way to deal with it is to prepare adequately. To determine the quantity depreciation one would need to enquire on the rates and rental surveyors.

The rates and rental surveyors are adequate in terms of determining the depreciation. Quantity surveyors are very relevant in that they facilitate the measurement of the property construction as well as well as the maximization of reductions. The following is an outline of several tasks performed by the rental surveyors:

  1. They inspect the rental property to determine the extent of its viability.
  2. They preserve all the items that are vulnerable to depreciation in the form of photos from which judgment can be based.
  3. They evaluate and estimate the value of all the equipment of the house so as to determine the rate of depreciation.

With that information, the rental surveyors are able to analyze a report displaying the costs incurred in the building allowance, equipment as well as the depreciation rates and time. When the report is computed, the tax returns calculated. The tax returns serve as an important saving scheme for the property owner.

However, there are certain factors that need to be considered in the selection of a rental surveyor. The reason for this is because the rates and rental surveyors go hand in hand. The factors ensure that the surveyor is able to deliver the best in terms of quality. Also, the reliability of the rental surveyors can be ascertained. The following are the factors to be considered:

  • He must behave the necessary credentials to work as a quantity surveyor. This implies that he must be experienced and well trained in his field. Through the experience, he is able to deliver quality work reassuring the property owner of quality results.
  • The surveyor must be a tax agent. As a tax agent, he can be able to maximize the returns to the owner as well as give him the relevant advice, where required.

Rates and Rental – Public House

Rates and Rental Surveyors Ltd have secured a reduction in business Rateable Value of a Public House and premises in London. 146 High Street, Newmarket CB8 9AQ. Rates and Rental Surveyors Ltd agreed a reduction from £80,000– £59,000 with the Valuation Office. The reduction now means the following saving will apply excluding any transitional relief (*) or Small Business Rates Relief (*) given by the local authority.

Year/Rate Before reduction After reduction Saving
2010 – 11 / 41.4% £33,120 £24,426 £8,694
2011-12 / 43.3% £34,640 £25,547 £9,093
2012-13 / 45.8% £36,640 £27,022 £9,618
2013-14 / 47.1% £37,680 £27,789 £9,891
2014-15 / 48.2%     £38,560 £28,438 £10,122
2015-16 /  49.3%    £39,440 £29,087 £10,353
2016-17  /  (average 50.4%) £40,320 £29,736 £10,584
TOTAL £260,400 £192,045 £68,355

Rates and Rental – Cab Office

Rates and Rental Surveyors Ltd have secured a reduction in business Rateable Value of a cab office and premises in London. 23 Greek Street, Soho, London W1D 4DZ. Rates and Rental Surveyors Ltd agreed a reduction from £32,000– £10,750 with the Valuation Office. The reduction now means the following saving will apply excluding any transitional relief (*) or Small Business Rates Relief (*) given by the local authority.

Year/Rate Before reduction After reduction Saving
2010 – 11 / 41.4% £13,248 £4,451 £8,798
2011-12 / 43.3% £13,856 £4,655 £9,201
2012-13 / 45.8% £14,656 £4,924 £9,733
2013-14 / 47.1% £15,072 £5,063 £10,009
2014-15 / 48.2%     £15,424 £5,182 £10,243
2015-16 /  49.3%    £15,776 £5,300 £10,476
2016-17  /  (average 50.4%) £16,128 £5,418 £10,710
TOTAL £104,160 £34,991 £69,169