A Notice of Objection to the Valuation or Valuations must be completed in writing and lodged with the City, as the Rating Authority, within two months, of receipt of your original rate notice, should you disagree with the valuation of your property.
The current valuation on your notice have a relevant date of 1 January 2020 and is therefore based on market conditions around, that date. There is no basis under the Valuation of Land Act1960 (the Act) for the valuers to consider coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts when assessing statutory values for the purposes of the current valuations.
Objections based on coronavirus (COVID-19) can not be considered for the current rates notices.
Before objecting to your property valuation, it is a good idea to speak with our Valuations staff. You can do this by completing an online form:
Query a property valuation
or by contacting us by phone, email or in person.