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Rates

  • Dates - Key Dates for Rates

    Key dates for rates payments and penalties. This includes water rates.

  • Energy Efficiency

    Find out about energy efficiency funding services provided by the Council. These initiatives focus on warmer, drier homes for the region.

  • Forms - Rates

    This section contains forms relating to rates.

  • Funding Allocations Summary

    Funding Allocation Summary for the last six years.

  • How Rates are Calculated

    The Marlborough district is divided into six geographic areas for the purpose of rating general works and services rates and charges.

  • How Rates are Spent

    Details on how your Rates are spent by Marlborough District Council.

  • How to use the Rates Comparison Model

    Information on how to use rates comparison by linking to the Rating Information Smart Map.

  • Overdue Rates FAQs

    Information about what happens when rates are overdue.

  • Rateable Valuations

    The Marlborough District is revalued by Quotable Value Ltd every three years with the values applying for the following rates year.

  • Rates Penalty Reversal, Remission or Postponement

    Under certain circumstances, you can apply to have a late payment penalty on rates reversed or water, rates remission or rates postponement granted.

  • Rates Rebate

    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.

  • Rates-related Initiatives

    This section contains information on proposals and projects which may be rates related.

  • Rates Search

    This information is provided by MDC as a public service. Use of, or accessing, this information or service constitutes your awareness and agreement to the Terms and Conditions of Use for this site.

  • Update My Property With QV

    Property owners can now check the information held about their property by Quotable Value and submit changes online relating to that property.

  • Ways to Pay Rates

    Rates can be paid in a variety of ways. Council’s preferred method is by direct debit.

  • Your Rates Notice Explained

    This page contains a guide to the new layout of your rates notices.