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Appendix 2.5 – Visits to Confirm Property Attribute Data

Reports

CR Code

Triage Code(s)

Possible Inspection

Policy *

CR01 – Demolished

1

N

Desk top – If the report is in relation to a true demolition.
A visit may be deemed necessary if the report is in relation to a property questioned as uninhabitable.

CR02 - Change from domestic
Use. Deletion from CT
List

1,2

N

CT Desk top, however property may require a visit by NDR team

CR03 - New

0,1,2
3,4

Y

Desk top i.e. WIA, Estate Files, Plans.
Visit i.e. simple & complex

CR04 - Change to Domestic use.
Inclusion in the CT List

2
3,4

Y

Desk top
Visit i.e. simple & complex

CR05 - Reconstitutions (splits and mergers)

2
3,4

Y

Desk top.
Visit i.e. simple & complex

CR06 - Composite dwelling not
Covered by any other
code

2
3,4

Y

Desk top.
Visit i.e. simple & complex

CR07 - Demolition of part.
Potential Band reduction

2
3,4

Y

Desk top
Visit i.e. simple & complex

CR08 - Not used

n/a

n/a

n/a

CR09 - Other reports – immediate
review

2
3,4

Y

Desk top
Visit i.e. simple & complex

CR10 - Structural alterations –
potential Increase

2
3,4

Y

Desk top
visit i.e. simple & complex

CR11 - Boundary Change (ITSD Use)

1

N

Desk top

CR12 - Change of address

1

N

Desk top

CR13 - Boundary Change – New
(ITSD use)

1

N

Desk top

CR14 - Minor address change

1

N

Desk top

CR15 - Enquiry received (No
Proposal Rights exist)

2
3,4

Y

Desk top
Visit i.e. simple & complex

CR16 - Consequential to band
alteration on a
neighbouring dwelling

2

N

Desk top – however some of these may need a simple drive-by to ascertain that they are the same type of dwelling

CR18 - Enquiry received
(proposal rights exist)

2
3,4

Y

Desk top
Visit i.e. simple & complex

CR90 - Resolved at point of
contact

2

N

Desk top

CR99 – Outstanding enquiry

2

N

Desk top

* The vast majority of Council Tax bands can be determined utilising desk top tools. A visit should only be considered in the limited circumstances where this is not possible.

Proposals / Appeals

Code Of Grounds – WEF 01-Apr-2008 ( Appeals Direct )

Code of Grounds

Reason

Policy *

AD01

Proposal Against List Entry – New Taxpayer.

Desktop – Assuming challenge is against the CT band and property attribute details are available and correct.

AD02

Proposal Against List Entry – Works Carried Out.

Desktop or Visit – Depending on information available and extent of works.

AD03

Proposal Against List Entry – Change to Physical State of Locality.

Visit may be required to determine impact of the physical change.

AD04

Proposal Against a VT/HC Decision (‘as a result of a citing ‘ ).

Desktop or Visit

AD05

Proposal to Insert a New Entry.

Desktop – i.e through, Estate Files, Plans etc.

Visit – If further information is required

AD06

Proposal to Delete an Entry.

Desktop – in relation to true demolitions

Visit - may be deemed necessary if the report is in relation to a property cited as uninhabitable.

AD07

Proposal Challenging LON – Incorrect List Entry.

Desktop – Assuming all dwelling information has been obtained for the relevant CT report.

AD08

Proposal Challenging LON – Incorrect Effective Date.

Desktop

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