Local government – Council tax. The appellant appealed against the decision of a panel of the Valuation Tribunal for England (the Panel), finding that she had not produced any substantive evidence to support her contention that her flat had truly been derelict and, therefore, it had remained a hereditament for council tax purposes. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the appeal, held that the hearing had not been unfair and the Panel had applied the correct legal test. Further, the Panel's decision had not been wrong, irrational and in breach of the appellant's human rights.