Greater Wellington has recently discovered some of its general rates have been incorrectly applied and collected within Wellington city, since the 2019/20 financial year.
Regional councillors approved the funding of key projects and a rates rise of 16.
Public feedback is being sought on Greater Wellington’s Annual Plan 2023/24, which proposes a rates increase of 17. 8 percent. This equates to an extra $1.
Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair Chris Laidlaw today expressed his disappointment with wildly inaccurate reports of a 15 per cent rate hike for 2020/21.
Greater Wellington Regional Council today voted to confine its increase to 2019/20 regional rates to an average of 5. 9%, the amount forecast in its Long Term Plan 2018-28.
Greater Wellington Regional Council today adopted its 10-Year Plan and proposed Revenue and Financing Policy to go out for public consultation on Monday 26 March.