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Due dates for property rates payments

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Due dates​

You need to pay your property rates by 5pm on the four instalment dates:

​Instalment number​Instalment date
​Instalment 1Thursday 31 August 2017
​Instalment 2​​Tuesday 28 November 2017
​​Instalment 3Wednesday 28 February 2018
​​Instalment 4​Monday 28 May 2018

Property rates payments

You can make a part-payment into your property rates account at any time.

You can use any payment method we offer, as long as you pay the full amount of your property rates instalment by the due date.


If you do not pay the full property rates instalment amount by the due date, we will add a 10 per cent penalty to the amount left to pay.

Help to pay your property rates

If you are having difficulty paying your property rates by the due date, you may be eligible for a property rates rebate or a property rates postponement.

If these options are not available to you, contact us on 09 301 0101 and ask to speak with our credit control team, to discuss an arrangement to pay all outstanding property rates by 31 October.

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