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  • UK Parliamentary election – 8 June

    It is now too late to apply to vote by post or proxy unless you become ill or your employment circumstances change unexpectedly so that you cannot attend your polling station in person on 8 June. If you do become ill or your work unexpectedly takes you away from home on polling day so that […]

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  • Registration and postal voting application deadlines passed for UK election on 8 June – but it is not too late to appoint a proxy.

    The registration deadline and period for applying to vote by post on 8 June have now passed. If you have changed address and not updated your registration details in time for the election on 8 June, you can still apply to vote by proxy where you can ask someone you trust to vote on your […]

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  • Extraordinary UK Parliamentary Election on 8 June 2017

    Most citizens are already registered to vote and received their poll card for the council elections that took place on 4 May. Click the Register to Vote button below if you have not got round to applying to be added to the register of electors or you have changed address and not updated your registration […]

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  • Easter weekend

    Our offices are closed on Friday 14 April 2017 but are open during normal office hours on Monday 17 April

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  • Revaluation 2017 valuation rolls now in force

    The new rateable values came into force on Saturday 1 April 2017.  Revaluation Notices showing the new rateable value for your property were issued to the proprietor, tenant and occupier of each non-domestic property during the week beginning 13 March.  The local councils will use the rateable value to work out what non-domestic rates charge […]

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  • Revaluation 2017 Valuation Roll Made Up

    Revaluation valuation rolls are ‘made up’ today with the new rateable values effective from 1st April 2017.  The description ‘made up’ is a legal term that means that we have finalised the rateable values that will be passed to the local councils in order that they may issue rates bills for 2017/18 as appropriate.  A […]

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  • Revaluation 2017

    We are now at an advanced stage in carrying out the revaluation of 25,000 non-domestic properties in the Grampian area. The last Revaluation was in 2010 and the Revaluation due in 2015 was postponed to 2017 by the Scottish Government and, for England & Wales, the UK Government.  Revaluation results in the production of a […]

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  • Electoral Registers updated

    We have revised our electoral registers to include the latest registrations added during the 2016 canvass.  The revised registers also reflect the changes made to local government wards that were announced on 30 September 2016 and apply for all elections held on/after 4 May 2017. If you have not yet completed and returned your household […]

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  • Make sure your household details are up to date

    Please remember to respond to your household enquiry form. You can respond online, by phone, text or post. More than 35,000 households have responded online already.  Our target is to for 70,000 households to use the online service. If you have not already responded, help us reach this target and respond online today.

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  • Household canvass – save time and money – go online before 7 September

    Canvass forms will be delivered to addresses in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray this week.  They help us keep the electoral register up to date by asking each household to confirm who is living at their address. Save time and public money by responding online.  Online responses save 70% on our administration costs.   Also, if  you […]

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