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My self-catering holiday accommodation has fewer bed spaces than you have valued – is my rateable value too high?
Have there been structural changes to the accommodation?
If there has been a structural alteration to the property that alters its size, contact us. Tell us what was done and when it was done.
Have the room specifications changed?
If the number of bed spaces has changed because the room specifications have been changed (for example, swapping the living space and main bedroom) contact us. If the new number of spaces can be confirmed in a brochure or online listing, send us the details.
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