Payment of Rates
Council rates and charges are payable by either:
- Four instalments or
- Ten monthly instalments payable by direct debit only.
Payment of rate instalments by Direct Debit allows you to choose either the four instalments or ten monthly instalments.
The ten monthly instalments are debited from your nominated bank account on the 15th day of the month from September to June, inclusive.
The quarterly instalment due dates are set by legislation for all Victorian Councils and notices are issued at least 14 days before each instalment due date.
Residents paying their rates in four instalments who wish to use direct debit, your rates will be automatically debited from your bank account on the days shown on the annual notice.
Ratepayers not using the Direct Debit payment method are required to pay by the four instalment options on the following dates:
- 30 September 2016
- 30 November 2016
- 29 February 2017
- 31 May 2017
Where a due date falls on a weekend or public holiday the instalment will be due on the following business day.
Although Manningham does not offer a lump sum payment option, if you wish to pay your rates in full you must ensure that the respective instalment due dates are satisfied to avoid penalty interest being charged.
Municipal Rates Concession
The Municipal Rates Concession provides a 50 per cent discount off council rates up to a yearly maximum of $218.30 in 2016-17. The concession is available to property owners and must be for their principal place of residency.
You must hold at least one of the following concession cards:
- Pensioner Concession Card
- DVA Gold Card
To apply please complete the Municipal Rates Concession (123.65 KB) and return to Council.
For further information on concessions for Council rates & charges visit the Department of Health & Human Services website at www.dhs.vic.gov.au/concessions.
Change of Name and Details
If you have changed your name, please complete a [Icon for application/pdf] Change of Name form (26.78 KB) and provide the requested documentation as proof.
This level of detail is required by Council to enable the registered property owner’s details to be updated.
You can fax, post or email your notification or visit the Civic Offices in person. Please note that your email must be identifiable, that is, contain your name as part or all of your email address.
Change of Address
If you have changed your address for the service of rates notices, please complete a Change of Address Form (17.63 KB)
Change of Ownership
If you have bought or sold a property in Manningham, your solicitor or conveyancer should advise Council by way of a Notice of Acquisition. Alternatively, a copy of the updated Certificate of Title may be provided to Council as proof of ownership change.
You can obtain a copy of your title by contacting the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure.