What is the Revenue and Rating Plan?

On 27 June 2022, the Revenue and Rating Plan 2022-26 was adopted by Council.

Thank you to everyone who participated in online and in-person consultation to help finalise the details for the 2022-23 financial year.

If you would like to watch the Council meeting, you can stream it here. The discussion on the Revenue and Rating Plan 2022-26 starts at hour/minute 1:01:25 of the recording.

Background

The Revenue and Rating Plan 2022-26 outlines how Banyule Council will generate income to build our Budget and deliver the Council Plan and Banyule's Community Vision 2041.

It considers:

  • How we generate income through rates
  • Service charges that might be applied on services such as waste or recycling
  • Fees and charges for services and programs
  • Contributions from developers
  • Revenue generated from Council assets
  • Grants from other governments

Council is proposing some changes to rates in the draft Revenue and Rating Plan 2022-26, including a rate waiver for ratepayers experiencing financial hardship and the separation from your general rates a public waste rate and a kerbside waste rate.

Continue reading below and tell us whether you agree with the proposed changes.

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