Rates are a charge against a property (rating unit). Rates are set by your local and regional councils. For the Kāpiti Coast District, this is Kāpiti Coast District Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council.
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Managing your details
From updating your details with us, to receiving rates invoices by email, here's how to manage your details we hold.
How rates work
Rates are a charge against a property (known as a rating unit), set by local and regional councils. For the Kāpiti Coast...
Paying your rates
A rating year begins on 1 July and ends on 30 June. It’s divided into four equal periods, each invoiced separately.
Councils must keep a rating information database, and keep it up to date by having properties in the district revalued...
The Council keeps a detailed record of rating information for both Kāpiti Coast District and Wellington Regional...