Rates are calculated using a differential rating system that is based on land use.
The billing categories are as follows:
For the purposes of certain wastewater rates the following differential categories apply:
|General||Means all rating units connected to the Paraparaumu/Raumati/Waikanae or Ōtaki Wastewater Treatment Plant other than rating units in the "Community" or "Motels" or "Educational" or "Recreational" category.|
|Community||Means rating units used principally or exclusively as places of religious worship and instruction, marae, hospital and welfare homes, community health services and charitable institutions that provide maintenance or relief.|
|Motels||Means rating units connected used principally or exclusively as motels.|
|Educational||Means rating units connected used exclusively or principally by schools (with the exception of school houses), colleges, polytechnics, children's health camps and early childhood centres.|
|Recreational||Means rating units used principally or exclusively by recreational, sporting, other community organisations and Council community properties.|
|Large scale commercial/residential||Means rating units used for large scale commercial or residential purposes as characterised by more than 5 water closets or urinals.|
|Serviceable||Means rating units not connected to the sewerage system but within 30 metres of a sewer main and capable of being connected.|
Urban Rating Areas of the District
Paekākāriki Urban Area
Rural Rating Areas of the District
|R1, R2, R3||Paekākāriki Urban Area
Paraparaumu/Raumati Urban Area
Waikanae Urban Area
Ōtaki Urban Area
|R1||Rural Rating Units less than 50 hectares excluding those properties in the Rural Village Differential Rating Area|
|R2||Rural Rating Units equal to or greater than 50 hectares plus (Rating Units less than 50 hectares where a combination of these properties total greater than 50 hectares and form part of one farming operation)|
|R3||Rural Rating Units which are identified in the Rural Village Differential Rating Area maps dated 17 December 2008 as amended on 27 June 2013|
The Rating Unit is determined by the Valuer General. It is generally a property which has one Certificate of Title but can include two or more Certificate of Titles or part Certificate of Titles, dependant on whether the land is owned by the same person or person and is used jointly as a single unit and is contiguous.
Each quarterly rates instalment contains an insert. Copies of these inserts are available below for download or print.
If you require further information please contact us by:
Phone: 04 296 4700 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org