Doorda’s Core Address File (CAF) provides a list of all known UK addresses and forms the backbone of DoordaProperty.
The commercial and Non-Domestic occupant data provides the name of the organisation paying business rates to a local authority at an address level.
Food Hygiene Rating Scheme Inspection Data provides information about a businesses’ hygiene standards as released by the Food Standards Agency (FSA)
Care Quality Commission inspection data is released by The Care Quality Commission (CQC), they are the regulator of health and adult social care in England
Gambling Premises data is the responsibility of local licensing authorities, normally the Local Authority for the area where the business is located.
The requirement for energy certificates 'EPC data' for buildings flows from the EU Directive on the energy performance of buildings.
The Property Sales and Transaction data provides information on property sales in England and Wales submitted to HM Land Registry for registration.
Commercial Owners data lists nearly all commercial titles and properties registered in England and Wales. This excludes private landlords and individuals
In addittion to the size of a poperty and it's location and use, the Valuation Office Agency may also consider other items when calculating a rateable value.
Gross Internal Area (GIA) measures the overall size of a location to help determinie it's rateable value.
The net internal area (NIA) is the total usable area of each floor within a building, measured to the inside face of the boundary walls (ignoring skirting boards).
There are normally three key measuring methods used to establish a properties business rates. These are Zoning, Net Internal Area and Gross Internal Area.
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