Val­u­a­tions two years old

Canning Times - - NEWS -

A Landgate spokes­woman con­firmed GRVs were cal­cu­lated ev­ery three years in the met­ro­pol­i­tan area be­cause it was more cost-ef­fec­tive.

The GRV this year ap­plied from July 1 has a “date val­u­a­tion” of Au­gust 1, 2015.

“All prop­er­ties in the 30 lo­cal gov­ern­ment au­thor­i­ties that make up the Perth met­ro­pol­i­tan area have the same date of val­u­a­tion,” she said.

“To date, Landgate has re­ceived no for­mal ob­jec­tions to gross rental val­ues from City of Can­ning prop­erty own­ers.”

She said coun­cils and other or­gan­i­sa­tions used val­u­a­tions pro­vided by the Valuer-Gen­eral to de­ter­mine their own charges, based on their own cal­cu­la­tions.

Mr Green said the Val­u­a­tion of Land Act 1978 sec­tion 22.1 said gen­eral val­u­a­tion should at all times be ac­cu­rate and up-to-date and should be made, so far as prac­ti­ca­ble, ev­ery fi­nan­cial year.

The City of Can­ning has no­ticed an in­crease in calls re­gard­ing prop­erty val­u­a­tions. GOS­NELLS

Paul Green out­side his River­ton in­vest­ment prop­erty with wa­ter, rates and other bills re­ceived.

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