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Your Rates Notice Explained The Capital Improved Value (CIV) represents the market value of your property. This includes land Site Value (SV) This is the (SV), buildings, improvements etc. This value is value of the land only. used to calculate your rates
Garbage Charge isyour contributiontowards kerbsidecollections and landfill
The Australian Valuation Property Classification CodeFire Services Levy - is used to categoriseCouncil collects this levy your propertyon behalf of the State for valuation andGovernment. The whole Fire Service Levyamount collected is purposes
transferred to the StateRevenue Office
This is the Rate in the $ used to calculate your rates
The rate multiplied by your CIV equals your total rates charged
If you choose to pay These are your by instalment, this payment method is the amount to be options. If you paid and the due are signed up for date
eNotices you also have Direct Debit options. If you choose to pay in full, this is the amount to be paid and the due date
Reference number to sign up to eNotices and receive your notice via email and have the option of paying your rates by Direct Debit
basscoast.vic.gov.au Your Council Rates ExplainedComponents of your annual Council Rates Notice How general rates Fire Services and charges are Garbage Charges Property Levy Your Rates Notice calculatedThe rates revenue we The garbage charge covers The Fire Services Your notice may becollect is used for the the costs to provide the Property Levy money more or less than youpurpose of maintaining waste management service. collected by Council is expected because theour infrastructure This includes kerbside passed on to the State rate cap applies to thenetwork and providing waste collection, recycling, Government to fund average rates paid bynecessary community public place waste service the fire agencies. This all properties, not yourservices and facilities. and Council transfer charge is set by the State individual property
This includes local roads, stations and landfill sites. Government andCouncil facilities and Hard rubbish collection is is not subject to theopen spaces such as not included and available rates cap
parks and gardens. for an additional fee
How general rates and charges are calculated Market value of Council rates Combined value of all “The rate in your property Your general rates (capped at 1.75%) rateable properties the dollar” (for example) $976.66 $53 million $25.5 billion 0.002078 $470,000Council does not get more money if your property valuation increasesAll properties are revalued annually by the Valuer General Victoria (VGV). If the value of your propertyincreased by a greater percentage than others in your municipality, you pay a larger percentage of thecombined general rates total
If the value of your property increased by a lesser percentage than others in your municipality,you pay a smaller percentage of the combined general rates total
Council’s total annual rate revenue increase is restricted by the State Government rate cap,which is 1.75% for 2022/23. To object to your valuation visit ratingvaluationobjections.vic.gov.auFinancial Hardship:If you are experiencing financial hardship Council may be able to provide you with assistance if your BassCoast property is your principal place of residence. Refer to our website for more informationon financial hardship and other flexible payment options by visiting www.basscoast.vic.gov.au
Rates cap. Your notice may be more or less than you expected because the rate cap applies to the average rates paid by all properties, not your individual property. How general rates and …
Your annual Rates and Charges Notice covers the period of 1st July until 30th June of the current financial year. This area of your Rates and Charges Notice shows all owners listed against the account and the current postal address. If your postal address needs updating, please submit a Change of Postal Address application form to Council.
Home, land or business owners in the City of Wanneroo will receive an annual Rates Notice by post in the week beginning 1 August 2022. It’s a lot to digest, so we’ve created a 1-page guide with all you need to understand your Rates Notice. Click below to download the guide.
Notices, sent between August and September, are presently paid in a lump sum about February 15 or in instalments in October, November, February and May. The bill sent this financial year use valuations from January 1 last year. Councils revalue properties in their municipality every two years. HOW RATES ARE CALCULATED?
Notices, sent between August and September, are presently paid in a lump sum about February 15 or in instalments in October, November, February and May. The bill sent this financial year use valuations from January 1 last year.