- Rates Instalment Dates
- Enotices - Emailed Rates Notices
- Pensioner Rates Remission
- Payment Arrangements
- Overdue Rates
- Legal Action
- Change Of Address
- Supplementary Rates
- Waste Base Levy
- Waste Management Service Charge
- Medical Charge
- Fire Levy
- Assessed Annual Value (AAV)
- Capital Value
- Rates Forms & Documents
Rates Instalment Dates
Your annual rates are payable by 4 instalments;
- 1st – 31stAugust 2020
- 2nd – 30th November 2020
- 3rd – 28th February 2021
- 4th – 30th May 2021
Council will not be offering a discount for the 2020/21 financial year.
To register to receive your rates notice via email please follow the instructions at the bottom of the front page of your rates notices.
Steps to registration
Go To – gsbc.enotices.com.au
Click the ‘Sign Up’ tab
Enter the email address you wish to receive your notices to
Enter the eNotices Reference Number from the bottom of the most recent rates notice (the number changes each notice and older references will not work)
You should then receive an email to confirm your email address. Please check your spam folder. If this is not received within 24 hours please email firstname.lastname@example.org – we will then issue you with an email password reset
Pensioner Rates Remission
The Glamorgan Spring Bay Council offers a pension remission to eligible pension holders within the Municipal area.
To be eligible you must be a current holder of a Centrelink Health Care Card, a Pensioner Concession Card, or a DVA Gold Card endorsed as TPI or War Widow – issued by Centrelink or the Department of Veteran Affairs, on or before 1st July to be eligible for the following financial year.
The other criteria is that the property you will be claiming the pension remission on is your principal place of residence, ie: your only place of occupancy.
If you feel you are eligible you may download the pensioner application form from the forms & documents section to complete, and return to Council, where you must present your card to the Council representative.
The application form must be received by Council by 31st March for the relevant financial year.
Should you have any queries please feel free to contact Council’s Rates Officer on 03 6256 4782.
If you are experiencing difficulty in paying your rates by the due dates, please contact the rates department to set up a payment arrangement to avoid recovery action.
If an instalment amount is not paid by the due date, interest will accrue immediately on the overdue balance. Interest accrues on a daily basis at a rate of 8.1% per annum.
If an overdue amount remains unpaid after 14 days Council will take legal action for total rates payable if there is no approved payment arrangement in place. Any costs incurred due to legal action are recoverable from the ratepayer.
If you need to update your current postal address you will need to advise Council in writing by post, fax, email or in person at the Council Offices
A Supplementary Rates notice replaces any rates notice that has previously been issued for the current financial year.
The Waste Base Levy covers State Government charges for waste transfer station disposal landfill disposal fees, site lease charges and general transportation/maintenance costs.
This service charge is for the kerbside collection of your rubbish/recycling bins or a yearly voucher to take your rubbish to the waste management centres.
To provide medical buildings, administrative services and general benefits to attract and retain doctors within the Municipality.
Council is required to collect this revenue on behalf of the State Government, which is then passed on to the Tasmania Fire Service.
An assessed annual valuation is an assessment of the market value of a property, at a specific date and in accordance with legislation. The Valuer-General determines the AAV under the Valuation Of Land Act 2001.
It is the gross annual income that, at the time of valuation, the owner of the property might reasonably expect to obtain from letting it to a tenant. The assessed annual value of the land cannot be less than 4 per cent of the capital value of the land.
It is the expected sum of money that might be realised if the land and any existing dwelling or improvements were offered for sale at a particular time. For instance, on a rates notice, it may show land value as $50,000 and capital value as $175,000. The capital value includes the land value plus the value of any buildings on the site.