The Rating and Valuation Act 1925 abolished the rating powers of the overseers of the poor and named the new rating authorities as the councils of every county borough and urban and rural districts. A consolidated rate - 'the general rate' - replaced the confusion of various separate rates. In addition, a new valuation list was to be made for every rating area, to come into force on either 1 April 1928 or 1 April 1929, followed by a second list in 1932, 1933 or 1934
The lists include assessment number, description of the property, the address and sometimes also the name of the owner or occupier, and the rateable value.
The following list is arranged alphabetically by district.