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Westland District property revaluations


Ratepayers in the Westland District should be receiving their three-yearly property revaluation notices in the post. These valuations are used by the Council as part of the assessment of rates on the property for the following three years. Each valuation reflects the price assessed by Quotable Value Ltd that the property would likely sell for on 1 September 2023, based on their analysis of the local market.

“The valuation process is entirely independent of Council,” advises Lesley Crichton Group Manager Corporate Services and Risk and Assurance. “Quotable Value Ltd must follow very specific rules and regulations to review the valuations and the rating values are audited by the Office of the Valuer General. The final values are not influenced by the Council. We use these values as part of our rating process, and they help us distribute rates fairly across the district. Changes in property values will be reflected in the rates for 2024/2025.”

District Valuation Rolls are open for free public inspection at Westland District Council’s customer service desk until 28 March 2024. More information about “Understanding your Rating Value” can be found at

Anyone who disagrees with the valuation of their property can make an objection, either online at, or using the form available from Quotable Value Ltd by 28 March 2024.


Media enquiries to:

Emma Rae, Strategy and Communications Advisor