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Rates (Hammersmith)

Volume 172: debated on Thursday 17 May 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment what would be the average capital value rates bill on a property worth (i) £50,000, (ii) £80,000 and (iii) £100,000 in Hammersmith in 1990–91 assuming such a system had to raise the same amount of revenue as the community charge.

Figures placed in the Library on 4 April show illustrative levels of capital value-based rates in 1990–91 were such a system to be used to raise the same amount nationally as the community charge. The implied bills in Hammersmith and Fulham for properties worth (a) £50,000, (b) £80,000 and (c) £100,000 are £868, £1,389 and £1,736 respectively.