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Land & Property Services Update

Landlord Remittance Reply Form 2018 / 2019

In April of this year Land & Property Services (LPS) issued Landlords who own more than one property with their rate bills for 2018/2019. This included a remittance advice summary

LPS has identified a printing anomaly on the remittance advice summary and reply form. The Total Amount Due column has been incorrectly populated with the discounted amount due.

Landlords who wish to pay the discounted amount for the 2018 / 2019 year should now tick the box in the Total Amount Due column for each property. No return in the Discounted Amount Due column is required.

Landlords who pay the discounted amount due before the 28th September 2018 on a property will receive their landlord allowance for that property.

The format of the bill has now been adjusted so any bill issued after 8th May 2018 will not be affected by this error. This issue does not affect those who pay their rate bill by Direct Debit.

LPS apologises for this error. 

To pay your rate bill in full online please use the following link:

Need Help?

If you need help to complete your remittance advice or have any other queries in relation to your landlord rate account please contact the Central Landlords Team at Land & Property Services on 0300 200 7801.



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