Transitional Relief

What it means to ratepayers


  • Revaluation
  • More information

Many ratepayers will see only a small change in their rates bill at the revaluation. Revaluation usually happens every five years. 

However, some properties will see a more significant change – both increases and reductions. Transitional arrangements are used to phase in these changes. The transitional arrangements will support ratepayers by allowing them time to adjust to their new rates bills. 

Those ratepayers facing increases will see their bill capped each year at a set percentage increase due to the revaluation. Those businesses will be able to plan for their rates future bills.

For more information please go to Transitional Relief at

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