When can landlords expect a zero rates bill during a refurbishment?

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The Upper Tribunal has reconfirmed that empty properties undergoing refurbishment or improvement should have a nil or reduced rates assessment, dismissing a Valuation Office Agency (VOA) appeal that attempted to limit the 2017 Supreme Court ruling in Newbigin v Monk.

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