Objections to land valuations remain low

THE number of Queensland landowners lodging objections to their land valuations has remained at a low level.

Queensland Valuer-General Neil Bray said less than one-quarter of one per cent of landowners lodged objections to statutory land valuation notices issued in March.

A total of 2662 objections have been received this year representing just 0.22 per cent of the 1,236,970 notices issued to landowners in 29 of Queensland's 62 rateable local government areas," he said.

The 29 local government areas that received new valuations included Ipswich and the Scenic Rim.

The rateable local government areas to receive new land valuations in 2016 will be announced in late 2015.

For more information visit dnrm.qld.gov.au

 



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