Who We Are?
The Valuation Division was created in 1959 by an Act of Parliament, “to make provision for the Valuation of Property for Rating Purposes and for matters connected therewith,” Chapter28:04.
It is a department of the Ministry of Finance that works primarily with the Ministry of Communities, specifically Local Government and quasi-governmental departments.
What Do We Do?
Carry out equitable Valuation for Rating purposes throughout Guyana.
Provide Rental & Capital Valuations for other Government and quasi-Government Departments.
Ensure Rating Valuations are conducted in accordance with the Regulations framework. This includes carrying out five yearly assessments and maintaining the Valuation List.
Notify Rate payers of new Valuations through the issuance of Proposals.
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