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The following tables provide information on non-domestic properties within the North Devon Council area.

The information is updated and published every April, July, October and January.

The published data relates to information as at 1 October 2016 and 2 January 2017.

The datasets will be updated and republished the end of April/beginning of May 2017.

Datasets under Business Rates:


TitleDescriptionPublishedDownloadFile typeFile Size (bytes)Reviewed
All NDR Credit Balances as at 13.04.2017 This dataset is published in comma-separated value csv format, however if you prefer the format to be in Excel, you can easily do this when you save the dataset to your computer. Click once on the link to the dataset you want, a box will pop up giving you the option to open or save. Choose save. You will then need to change the file format from csv to Excel. Then all you will need to do is to select where you wish to save the file onto your computer and it will then convert back into Excel. Please note that this dataset has been redacted in accordance with Section 40 of the Act. Apr 26 2017 Dataset NDR Credits 13 04 2017.csv csv 8330 Quarterly
Empty NDR Properties as at 02.01.2017 This dataset is published in comma-separated value (csv) format, however if you prefer the format to be in Excel, you can easily do this when you save the dataset to your computer. Click once on the link to the dataset you want, a box will pop up giving you the option to open or save. Choose save. You will then need to change the file format from csv to Excel. Then all you will need to do is to select where you wish to save the file onto your computer and it will then convert back into Excel. Please note that this dataset has been redacted in accordance with Section 40 of the Act. Jan 9 2017 All NDR Empty Properties 020117.csv csv 54646 Quarterly
All NDR Properties (Occupied and Empty) as at 02.01.2017 This dataset is published in comma-separated value (csv) format, however if you prefer the format to be in Excel, you can easily do this when you save the dataset to your computer. Click once on the link to the dataset you want, a box will pop up giving you the option to open or save. Choose save. You will then need to change the file format from csv to Excel. Then all you will need to do is to select where you wish to save the file onto your computer and it will then convert back into Excel. Please note that this dataset has been redacted in accordance with Section 40 of the Act. Jan 9 2017 All NDR Properties 020117.csv csv 1019601 Quarterly
All NDR Credit Balances as at 02.01.2017 This dataset is published in comma-separated value csv format, however if you prefer the format to be in Excel, you can easily do this when you save the dataset to your computer. Click once on the link to the dataset you want, a box will pop up giving you the option to open or save. Choose save. You will then need to change the file format from csv to Excel. Then all you will need to do is to select where you wish to save the file onto your computer and it will then convert back into Excel. Please note that this dataset has been redacted in accordance with Section 40 of the Act. Jan 9 2017 NDR Credit Balances 020117.csv csv 11176 Never
Occupied NDR Properties as at 02.01.2017 This dataset is published in comma-separated value (csv) format, however if you prefer the format to be in Excel, you can easily do this when you save the dataset to your computer. Click once on the link to the dataset you want, a box will pop up giving you the option to open or save. Choose save. You will then need to change the file format from csv to Excel. Then all you will need to do is to select where you wish to save the file onto your computer and it will then convert back into Excel. Please note that this dataset has been redacted in accordance with Section 40 of the Act. Jan 9 2017 All NDR Occupied Properties 020117.csv csv 965808 Quarterly
All NDR Properties (Occupied and Empty) as at 01.10.2016 This dataset is published in comma-separated value (csv) format, however if you prefer the format to be in Excel, you can easily do this when you save the dataset to your computer. Click once on the link to the dataset you want, a box will pop up giving you the option to open or save. Choose save. You will then need to change the file format from csv to Excel. Then all you will need to do is to select where you wish to save the file onto your computer and it will then convert back into Excel. Please note that this dataset has been redacted in accordance with Section 40 of the Act. Oct 13 2016 Dataset All NDR Properties 01 10 2016.csv csv 1027164 Never
Occupied NDR Properties as at 01.10.2016 This dataset is published in comma-separated value (csv) format, however if you prefer the format to be in Excel, you can easily do this when you save the dataset to your computer. Click once on the link to the dataset you want, a box will pop up giving you the option to open or save. Choose save. You will then need to change the file format from csv to Excel. Then all you will need to do is to select where you wish to save the file onto your computer and it will then convert back into Excel. Please note that this dataset has been redacted in accordance with Section 40 of the Act. Oct 13 2016 Dataset All NDR Occupied Properties 01 10 2016.csv csv 959984 Never
Empty NDR Properties as at 01.10.2016 This dataset is published in comma-separated value (csv) format, however if you prefer the format to be in Excel, you can easily do this when you save the dataset to your computer. Click once on the link to the dataset you want, a box will pop up giving you the option to open or save. Choose save. You will then need to change the file format from csv to Excel. Then all you will need to do is to select where you wish to save the file onto your computer and it will then convert back into Excel. Please note that this dataset has been redacted in accordance with Section 40 of the Act. Oct 13 2016 Dataset All NDR Empty Properties 01 10 2016.csv csv 55851 Never

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