Marlborough District Council rates and charges for the 2016-17 year (1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017) were set by Council on 30 June 2016.
Four rate instalment invoices are sent out each financial year. Each instalment is one quarter of the annual rates (GST inclusive) for the current year. GST is calculated at 15%. Payments are applied to the oldest debt first.
The annual rates assessment for the 2016-17 year is sent out with the first rate instalment invoice.
|Instalment||Invoice Date||Last Date|
|1||1 August 2016||9 September 2016||11 September 2016|
|2||1 November 2016||9 December 2016||11 December 2016|
|3||1 February 2017||9 March 2017||11 March 2017|
|4||1 May 2017||9 June 2017||11 June 2017|
The 1 July 2014 revaluation is used for rating purposes.
Penalty Provisions (Additional Charges on Unpaid Rates)
A penalty, equivalent to 10% of the instalment amount remaining unpaid at the close of day on the "last date for payment", shall on the above dates be added to that amount of unpaid rates.
Pursuant to Sections 57/58 of the Local Government (Rating) Act 2002, a further penalty of 10% will be added to all rates and charges that remain unpaid on 30 June 2017. Payments are applied to the oldest debt first.
Penalty Provisions (Unpaid Metered Water)
A penalty, equivalent to 10% of the metered water amount remaining unpaid two months after the initial invoice date, shall be added to that amount which remains unpaid.
In This Section:
- Rates Search
Council's rate records can be searched for rating valuation and rating information.
Rates can be paid in a variety of ways: direct debit, telephone banking, internet banking, post, automatic payment/direct credit, in person.
A Rates Rebate Scheme was established by Government in 1973 to provide a subsidy to low-income homeowners on the cost of their rates. For the 2016-17 rating year the maximum rebate payable is $610.
- Rates Penalty Reversal, Remission or Postponement
- Rateable Valuations
The Marlborough District was last revalued by Quotable Value Ltd on 1 July 2014.
The values apply for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 rating years.
- Go to for further information on rating valuations see Quotable Value's website
- To make an objection to your rating valuation see Quotable Value's rating objection page
- How Rates are Calculated
General works and services rates and charges are set differentially for six geographic areas, depending on where the land is situated in the District.
- Funding Allocations Summary
- Business Improvement District
A Business Improvement District (BID) is a clearly defined area within which all eligible property owners and occupiers vote collectively to invest in improvements.
Payment, Rates, Penalty, Reversal, Remission or Postponement Forms
Funding Allocation Summary for the last six years.
The Marlborough district is divided into six geographic areas for the purpose of rating general works and services rates and charges.
Information on how to use rates comparison by linking to the Rating Information Smart Map.
Rates can be paid in a variety of ways. Council’s preferred method is by direct debit. This is the safest and most convenient method of payment.
The Marlborough District is revalued by Quotable Value Ltd every three years with the values applying for the following rates year.
Under certain circumstances, you can apply to have a late payment penalty on rates reversed or water, rates remission or rates postponement granted.
The Rates Rebate Scheme was established by Government in 1973 to provide a subsidy to low income home owners on the cost of their rates.
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Property owners can now check the information held about their property by Quotable Value and submit changes online relating to that property.