HC Deb 25 April 1910 vol 17 cc191-2W

asked the Secretary to the Treasury whether the Commissioner of Valuation in Ireland has yet revalued any of the breweries in Dublin; and, if so, will he state in the case of each the existing valuation and the valuation upon which (unless altered on appeal) rates will be levied when the revaluation of Dublin is complete; has the Commissioner revalued any licensed houses in the city; and, if so, what is the percentage of increase on the revaluation; has the Commissioner valued the premises of Messrs. J. G. Mooney and Company, Limited, Lower Abbey Street; and, if so, what are the old and new valuations, respectively; and has he valued Guinness's brewery; and, if so, by what amount does the revaluation exceed the existing valuation?


It would be contrary to all precedent and most undesirable to give particulars of any valuation prior to the issuing of the Valuation Lists to the Rating Authorities and the fixing of the date for appeal. Up to the date of issue all valuations are subject to revision and modification.