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Hello Keith -thanks for answer so far,however dont think it covers my question - key here is whether this applies to a LISTED property,where to the best of my knowledge no rates are payable if the property is unoccupied.Please clarify.This is the question I need answered.Thank you.
The property was listed grade 2 by English Heritage in 1953.
The upper floor have been converted to residential, but remain unoccupied, is this not exempt from council tax until occupation takes place
Please can you confirm this point?
This property is not subject to any caveats.