The Valuation Office, as part of the National Revaluation Programme is undertaking the revaluation of all rateable properties in Co Mayo.
Having a modern valuation base is important for the levying of commercial rates on a fair and equitable basis across all economic sectors and for ensuring that rates remain as a stable contributor to funding Local Government.
The Commissioner of Valuation has made a valuation order formally commencing the revaluation. It was originally intended that the revaluation of Mayo would have been completed by the publication of a new valuation list in September 2021. This was then deferred for twelve months to September 2022 due to Covid 19. Please see link below to 2021 Amendment for further details.
UPDATE:The Valuation Office announced in February 2022, a further deferral of Revaluation 2021. The Revaluation will now be finalised in October 2023 and become effective for Rates purposes from 2024 onwards. The deferral of revaluations is to allow for the impact of COVID-19 on the commercial property market to be assessed and reflected in the revaluation of the local authority area.
Please see the link below to the official announcement.
Please see the following for further information