HC Deb 18 March 1912 vol 35 c1677W

asked the President of the Local Government Board what is the total rateable value (as estimated for purposes of county council ratings) for each of the Welsh counties and county boroughs (including Monmouthshire)?


The total net annual value, according to the county rate valuation, of the several parishes in each of the Welsh counties and Monmouthshire, as shown in the last returns received by me, is as follows:—

Anglesey 223,894
Brecon 342,304
Cardigan 313,955
Carmarthenshire 745,781
Carnarvonshire 707,511
Denbighshire 731,687
Flint 500,309
Glamorgan 3,442,415
Merioneth 273,277
Montgomery 401,572
Pembroke 468,658
Radnor 260,847
Monmouthshire 1,304,566

These figures relate to the year 1910–11, except in the cases of Glamorganshire and Monmouthshire. In those cases the figures relate to the previous year, those for 1910–11 not being available. The total rateable value of each of the county boroughs in Wales and Monmouthshire on the 1st April, 1911, was as follows:—

Cardiff 1,148,357
Merthyr Tydvil 281,048
Newport (Mon.) 433,377
Swansea 560,822