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Supplementary property valuations

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Why we send supplementary property valuation notices

The value of your property may be reviewed between general revaluations, if there are any significant changes made to the property, such as:

  • issue of a new Computer Register (Certificate of Title), or a building consent will automatically trigger a valuation review
  • amalgamation of more than one piece of land
  • addition of new buildings
  • addition to, alteration, or demolition of an existing building.

We may review your valuation and amend your rates if an error is found that would result in a significant change to the value of your property.

If your property value changes between general revaluations, we will send you a supplementary valuation notice.

A supplementary valuation is not a current market valuation. We will review your rating valuation in line with the rating valuations of comparable properties, which all have the same effective date of 1 July 2017.

If you want to object to the new valuation

If you don't agree with the valuation of your property you can object online.

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