How do I find out what my Rateable Value is?

If you are the ratepayer, the rateable value of your property will be shown on the non-domestic rates bill you have received. It is also shown in the rating list, copies of which are at the

Amber Valley Borough Council
Council Offices
Town Hall,
Market Place,
DE5 3WZ.

Tel: 01773 841444 (Direct Line)
Tel: 01773 570222 (The Council's switchboard is open from 09:00 to 16:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10:00 to 16:30 Wednesday - excluding bank holidays and certain other discretionary holidays).

and the local valuation office.

Valuation Office Agency
Ground Floor
Ferrers House
Castle Meadow Road

Tel: 03000 501 501

Anyone can inspect the list during normal office hours. For on-line users your rateable value for both the 2005 and 2010 rating lists can now also be inspected on the world wide web at

The local valuation officer must tell you if he changes the rateable value of your property

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