In 2021/2022 it is anticipated that 70% or $22,766m of Council’s operating revenue will come from rate revenue. Council’s rating strategy uses a combination of a fixed charge on every rateable property and a differential or variable rating system, based on land use, when calculating general rates.
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The LGA welcomes discussion around the setting of rates, as it focusses attention on why and how council rates are raised. However, the local government sector is firmly opposed to proposals under which unelected bureaucrats would effectively take over the role of elected members chosen by communities to represent their interests and make local decisions.
Submit your enquiry direct to the rates office via this form and an officer will get back to you via your preferred method of contact.
The Regional Landscape Levy (previously the NRM land levy) is a State Government imposed levy which funds the operations of the Limestone Coast Landscape Board.