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Supplementary property valuations

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Why we send supplementary property valuation notices

The value of your property can change between general revaluations, if you carry out any consented building work such as:

  • subdivision of land
  • amalgamation of more than one piece of land
  • addition of new buildings
  • addition to, alteration, or demolition of an existing building.

If your property value changes as a result of consented work, we will send you a supplementary valuation notice by the end of the rating year.

If you want to object to the new valuation

Refer to the supplementary valuation notice for information on how or when to object.

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