Completion Notices

Recruited from local authorities our team are expertly positioned to provide you with advice on dealing with building completion notices and avoiding premature rate liability.

A completion notice specifies the date a newly built property is ready to be occupied and can be assessed for rates. While local authorities are often required to determine a completion date in advance (within three months of all work expected to be finished), they are increasingly generating rate liability prematurely.

We understand that property development plans can change and that a liability applied to a property ahead of completion can create a significant financial risk. That is why we are here to help you challenge and reverse decisions until the property is truly complete.

Whether you are looking for support to appeal a decision or would just like some advice regarding completion notices, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your situation.