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Tayside Valuation Joint Board

This site provides details of the structure of Tayside Valuation Joint Board and details of its Membership. It also provides information about the Assessor and Electoral Registration Officer and his staff, the Valuation Roll, Council Tax Valuation List and the Electoral Register.

Tayside Valuation Joint Board covers the local authority areas of Dundee City, Perth & Kinross and Angus Councils.

The Tayside Assessor is responsible for the valuation of non-domestic subjects for rating and the valuation and banding of domestic subjects for council tax, for the three Council areas. Tayside Assessor has also been appointed Electoral Registration Officer for both Perth & Kinross and Angus Councils, and in that capacity is responsible for the compilation of the Electoral Register for these two authorities.

If you wish to contact the Assessor's office, click here.

Information on Rateable Values and Council Tax bands of properties throughout Scotland can be accessed from the Scottish Assessors Association Website.

Elections to the European Parliament

The Notice of Election for the European Parliamentary Election on Thursday 23 May 2019 has now been published and Elections to the European Parliament are expected to take place in the UK on Thursday 23 May 2019.

Elections to the European Parliament are held every five years. Between 23 May and 26 May this year voters in the 28 member states of the European Union will go to the polls to elect 751 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs). Voters in the UK will vote on 23 May to elect 73 MEPs. Results from all 28 states will be announced on the evening of Sunday 26 May.

The number of seats allocated among member states varies according to each country's population. The UK is represented by a total of 73 MEPs allocated across 12 electoral regions. The Scotland Region is represented by 6 MEPs.

The Returning Officer for the Scotland Region known as the Regional Returning Officer is responsible for the overall conduct of the election of MEPs in this electoral region. A Local Returning Officer is appointed for each local counting area (i.e. for each local authority area) and is responsible for the administration of the election in their local counting area.

In the European Parliament Election, you have one vote to elect MEPs. Registered political parties put forward a list of candidates known as the "party list" and you can vote for one of these parties or for an individual candidate. The number of MEPs elected from a "party list" depends on their overall share of the total votes cast.

The counting of the votes cast for the European Parliamentary Election will take place on the evening of Sunday 26 May 2019. The Regional Returning Officer for the Scotland region will announce the results as soon as all Local Returning Officers in the region have completed their counts and the votes have been collated.

Who is eligible to vote?

You must be registered to vote and also be one of the following:

  • 18 years of age or over on polling day
  • a British citizen, a qualifying Commonwealth citizen, or a citizen of the European Union
  • resident in the UK
  • a UK citizen living abroad who has been registered to vote in the UK in the last 15 years
  • not be subject to any legal incapacity to vote
EU citizen living in the UK

If you're a citizen of a European Union country (other than the UK, Republic of Ireland, Malta and Cyprus), you can either vote in the UK or in your home country. You can't vote twice.

To vote in the UK, you need to:

  • be registered to vote
  • complete a form (known as a UC1 form) stating you wish to vote in the UK and not in your home country

The Electoral Registration Officer will send a UC1 form to every EU citizen who may be eligible to vote in this election. To vote in the UK this form must be returned to the Electoral Registration Officer no later than Tuesday 7 May 2019.

If you have not received a UC1 form you may download a copy by visiting:

Registering to Vote

If you are not already registered to vote or have not received a poll card to date, please make sure you have submitted an application to register as an elector. All applications to register must be made no later than Tuesday 7 May 2019 in order to vote in the European Parliamentary Election on 23 May 2019.

The easiest way to register is to visit It takes only a couple of minutes to complete a registration application.

If you are unable to make an online application please contact the Electoral Registration Officer. Contact details are supplied below.

Postal & Proxy Votes

The last day to apply for a new postal vote or to change or cancel an existing postal vote is 5pm on Wednesday 8 May 2019.

The last date to apply for a new Proxy vote is 5pm on Wednesday 15 May 2019.

To download a Postal Vote or proxy vote please visit

Emergency Proxies

If after 5pm on Wednesday 15 May 2019 you are unable to vote in person because you:

  • Have a medical emergency
  • Learn you cannot go to the polling station because of work reasons

You may be eligible to appoint an Emergency Proxy. Please contact the Elector Registration Officer immediately.

The Electoral Registration Officer

Please contact the Electoral Registration Officer for Angus Council on 01307 499910, or email, or visit our office at Floor 1, William Wallace House, Orchardbank Business Park, Forfar, DD8 1WH (open Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm)

Please contact the Electoral Registration Officer for Perth & Kinross Council on 01738 630303, or email, or visit our office at Robertson House, Whitefriars Crescent, Perth, PH2 0LG (open Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm)

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