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Various documents of relevance to Land Value Taxation campaigning and correspondence.

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Death and Transfiguration: the Ideas of Turgot and Faustmann Death and Transfiguration: the Ideas of Turgot and Faustmann

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Date added: 10/11/2010
Date modified: 12/11/2010
Filesize: 114.95 kB
Downloads: 3050
Originally a paper for the Annual Meetings of HES, Syracuse, July 2010.

Citizens Charter Citizens Charter

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Date added: 06/02/2010
Date modified: 06/02/2010
Filesize: 335.07 kB
Downloads: 1308

Bankers seem bemused - a rising tide only for some Bankers seem bemused - a rising tide only for some

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Date added: 04/13/2010
Date modified: 04/13/2010
Filesize: 230.14 kB
Downloads: 1030
A presentation by Tommas Graves to the HGF Library goup in March 2010, detailing the attitude of bankers to the recent monetary problems, and the efforts to get back to the same situation as quickly as possible:

\"The banking community did not seem very contrite when blamed for the credit crunch. It was as if they had no idea why they were at fault, and now we observe that their main effort is to get back to exactly the same position as before, with the attendant remuneration basis. What are we to make of this?\"

The great Estates - Who owns London? The great Estates - Who owns London?

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Date added: 04/13/2010
Date modified: 04/13/2010
Filesize: 5.31 MB
Downloads: 20288
A document for an Exhibition on New London Architecture at The Building Centre.

Very useful document because it looks at Who owns London: particularly the great Estates between whom much of the valuable Land in central London is owned.

Focusing on the following London land owners:
  1. THE CADOGAN ESTATE
  2. THE GROSVENOR ESTATE
  3. THE HOWARD DE WALDEN ESTATE
  4. THE PORTMAN ESTATE
  5. THE CITY OF LONDON
  6. THE CROWN ESTATE
  7. THE OTHER ESTATES

Glasgow City Council - Local Taxation Working Group: overall findings Glasgow City Council - Local Taxation Working Group: overall findings

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Date added: 03/31/2010
Date modified: 03/31/2010
Filesize: 341.49 kB
Downloads: 2977
Purpose of report:
To summarise the overall findings of the Local Taxation Working Group (‘the working
group’). This overview report draws on the findings of the reports previously considered
by the working group on individual local taxation models and has been prepared using
the scope, approach and assessment criteria previously agreed by the working group.

Report by: Bailie Jean McFadden
For: Glasgow City Council

This document is referred to and should be read in conjunction with the document:
Glasgow City Council - critique by David Mills

Glasgow City Council - critique by David Mills Glasgow City Council - critique by David Mills

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Date added: 03/11/2010
Date modified: 03/11/2010
Filesize: 136.62 kB
Downloads: 1486
GLASGOW CITY COUNCIL
LOCAL TAXATION WORKING GROUP
OVERALL FINDINGS
Critique prepared by David Mills

Response to NI Review Response to NI Review

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Date added: 01/14/2010
Date modified: 01/14/2010
Filesize: 270.98 kB
Downloads: 1461
RESPONSE TO NORTHERN IRELAND EXECUTIVE
REVIEW OF DOMESTIC RATING REFORM, 2007

Rejoinder to NI Review Rejoinder to NI Review

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Date added: 01/14/2010
Date modified: 01/14/2010
Filesize: 197.9 kB
Downloads: 1840
REJOINDER TO
OUTCOME OF
NORTHERN IRELAND EXECUTIVE’S
REVIEW OF DOMESTIC RATING SYSTEM, 2007

Constitution of the Land value Tax Campaign Constitution of the Land value Tax Campaign

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Date added: 08/27/2009
Date modified: 08/27/2009
Filesize: 9.53 kB
Downloads: 1747
This is the constitution of the LVTC, as adopted on 14 August 1991, and amended at Annual General Meeting 29 October 2008.

Whitstable 1973 Whitstable 1973

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Date added: 01/20/2009
Date modified: 01/20/2009
Filesize: 221.88 kB
Downloads: 3594
These are the reports by the valuers, Hector Wilks, on land valuation surveys conducted in 1964 and 1973 in the town of Whitstable, Kent.

They explain the valuation procedures and discuss problems that arose in the exercise.

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