The Valuer General sends landholders a Notice of Valuation showing their land value when their council receives new values for rating. The Notice of Valuation gives landholders the opportunity to consider their land value before their council uses it for rating. You can find more information about the Notice of Valuation on our fact sheet (PDF 952.1 KB).
Notices of Valuation are issued at least every three years.
The Valuer General sends landholders a supplementary Notice of Valuation if we:
- change their land value through our quality assurance program
- change their land value to reflect changes to the zoning or features of the land
- change the property description, area or dimensions on the Notice of Valuation
- make new valuations for land in a subdivision
- make a single new valuation for land that was previously valued separately
- make separate new valuations for land that was previously valued together.
You can find more information on supplementary Notices of Valuation on our fact sheet (PDF 138.3 KB).
Concerned about the land value or property information on your Notice of Valuation?
If you think the land value or property information on your Notice of Valuation is wrong you have 60 days to lodge an objection with the Valuer General to have it reviewed. You can find more information on lodging an objection here.