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NSW land values

Land and Property Information (LPI) provides new land values to councils on behalf of the Valuer General every three to four years for rating. When councils receive new land values for rating, LPI issues landholders with a Notice of Valuation. The Notice of Valuation records the:

  • property description details recorded on the Register of Land Values
  • current land value as at 1 July in the year of valuation
  • date of the valuation and
  • last date for lodging an objection.

If landholders or lessees are not satisfied with the land value recorded on the Notice of Valuation, they can have their land value reviewed by lodging an objection.

Visit the Online objection lodgment facility to lodge an objection.

For information on how to lodge an objection visit the Request a review page on the Valuer General of New South Wales (NSW) website.


The latest version of the Rating and Taxing Valuation Procedures Manual is to be read in conjunction with Valuer General's Policies and Assistant Directors memoranda (ADM).

Valuer Generals Policy and Assistant Directors memoranda may be issued at any time. The memoranda provide additional instruction in respect to the provisions of the manual following operational changes or to clarify an issue of law.

In the event of any conflict, Valuer General's Policies take precedence over Assistant Directors memoranda, which in turn take precedence over the Rating and Taxing Valuation Procedures manual.

Rating and Taxing Valuation Procedures manual (PDF 5.9 MB)

ADM 2015-001 Risk Assessment Registers (PDF 185.5 KB)

ADM 2015-002 Valuation Analysis Tools (PDF 135.7 KB)

ADM 2015-003 Market Sales not suitable for Analysis Indicator (PDF 351.4 KB)

ADM 2015-004 Valuation of Contaminated Land (PDF 113.8 KB)

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