About kms of rural roads are gravel roads. Internal roads in all the rural wards need major constructions and constant maintenance. This developmental are affected all the 35 wards which constitute Mahikeng Local Municipality. It has also been indicated in the urban part of the municipality that there is inadequate storm water system water fogs in the streets during rainy periods.
The Act also requires that a similar valuation exercise be carried out in Scotland by the Scottish Assessors, acting under the direction of the Commissioners. It is case law, however, that tells us what this means in practice. In paragraphs an analysis of the law was undertaken in relation to beneficial occupation.
Silverstone RVRit was confirmed that where two separate dwellings are converted into a single unit, a new dwelling comes into existence.
The case of Baker VO v Citibank LT confirmed the principle that a change in the boundaries of a hereditament created a new hereditament. It follows from this that where a dwelling either acquires or disposes of land, to add or subtract from its boundaries that is not merely de minimis in extenta new dwelling will have been created in each case.
In these circumstances a relevant transaction is not necessary to trigger a band r review where material increases have taken place. A dwelling which is removed from the list because it becomes non-domestic property will cease to be a dwelling.
If subsequently it becomes domestic property again and qualifies as a dwelling, it will be treated as a new dwelling when brought back into a CT list. Any improvements which may have occurred will be taken into account as part of the new dwelling. Any property which satisfies the definition in Section 3 LGFA but is in the occupation of the Crown is nevertheless a dwelling for Council Tax purposes.
Any property which is a composite property as defined by Section 64 9 of the LGFA is a dwelling unless it forms such a hereditament by virtue of the fact that it contains only domestic property defined in paragraphs b to d of Section 66 1 of the Act. Any property included in those categories mentioned in S.
It will only ever be a dwelling to the extent that it forms part of a larger dwelling. Such property will only form part of a larger dwelling if, for the purposes of the General Rate Actit would have formed part of a hereditament as defined by S.
A garage which is physically separated by a main road, from the dwelling house with which it is enjoyed, will not comprise a dwelling in its own right or be regarded as forming part of the dwelling.
It would have formed a separate hereditament for the purposes of the General Rate Act Similarly a garage situated within the curtilage of a block of flats will not comprise part of a dwelling if for the purposes of the Act it would have formed a separate hereditament.
The value of any such garage should not be reflected directly in the value of the individual dwelling. Communal facilities such as car parking areas, gardens, communal lounges at a block of flats or sheltered housing development will not comprise a dwelling in their own right but the value of such facilities will fall to be reflected in the market values of the individual units.
In those instances where a facility is used by both owners of adjoining living accommodation, as a right of occupation of their respective hereditaments, and individuals living elsewhere provided the latter use is not de minimis it will have been treated as non-domestic property, e.
The right to use such facilities should be reflected in the market values of the individual dwellings. Articles 3 and 3A of the Order detail the circumstances where properties which would otherwise form single dwellings are to be treated as more than one.
Article 4 gives the Listing Officer a discretion in prescribed circumstances to treat properties which would otherwise form multiple dwellings as single ones. For instructions on the disaggregation and aggregation of dwellings see CTM: PN5 and PN6 respectively.
This is an amendment of Section 66 1 LGFAwhich designates all small scale energy generation equipment, of sub 10 kilowatts capacity, as domestic property.
It should be noted that, for the purposes of the current lists, there is no evidence that such equipment eg solar panels which do form part of the dwelling where no 3rd party agreements exist, would have made any significant difference to property values under the valuation assumptions.
Where generation equipment is installed on part of the dwelling subject to a separate licence or lease agreement in favour of a 3rd party the provider and owner of the equipmentthat part including the generators will not form part of the dwelling.
However, because it is still designated domestic property, will not be liable to non-domestic rates either. Thus, solar panels on roofs which are subject to 3rd party agreements will fall into the same category as private garages and private stores outside the dwelling boundaries and not be subject to local taxation or affect the underlying dwelling Band.
Reg 7 simply sets out an apportionment approach for the valuation of a composites dwelling but does not affect the basic assumptions. Reg 6 is as follows: For instructions on the valuation of such dwellings see CTM: Interpretation and Application of Basis of Valuation 4.
It is therefore necessary to assume that, i all preliminary arrangements have been made prior to disposal ii adequate publicity has been given to the sale iii the most appropriate method of sale has been chosen so as to maximise the proceeds of the sale. NB Lotting - selling in parts - cannot be assumed as this would be inconsistent with the concept of the hereditament from which the dwelling is derived.
Problems can arise when a covenant is entered into a conveyance of the freehold or long leasehold interest, restricting the value on re-sale of the interest, to a percentage of the open market value of the dwelling. This restriction must be ignored for Council Tax purposes.
Open market value will be determined by having regard to all the evidence of sales of similar dwellings in the locality at the antecedent valuation date 1 April However, an increase in value which is attributable to a situation where either a special purchaser or marriage value is seen to exist will often be excluded by virtue of Reg 6 2 h and i ie the requirement to assume a restriction on use and limited development value only.
Where the existence of a special purchaser is identified and the above regulations would not be offended, regard should only be had to any overbid if it can be established that such a bid would have been made if the dwelling had been marketed at 1 April Regs 6 and 7 refer to the valuation of any one property as at the date of valuation and does not permit the assumption that all dwellings are placed on the market at the same time.
In other words the valuer should consider that the equilibrium of the market place is maintained in the state which actually existed on 1 April Accordingly the valuation of any dwelling is to be approached as if it were simply one additional dwelling coming on to the existing market as at 1 April Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.
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