Only 2 days left to object…

By now every property owner should have received a revised municipal valuation, despite the postal strike which caused huge delays in mail delivery.
If you did not receive it as yet, you should check it on the internet without delay, as objections can only be lodged until 15:00 on 3 May 2013. As from 1 July 2013 rates will be calculated according to the new valuation.
To access the valuation on the internet, go to coj . evaluations . co . za and follow instructions. You will be asked for your Erf/stand # and suburb, or you can put in your street address and suburb. Please spell out the street name if it is a number - i.e. Eleventh Street.
If you suspect that the valuation is too high, you can print out the objection form straightaway (it is on the upper left of the screen). The form will automatically capture your details onto the form. The completed objection form can be handed in at any of the customer care centres listed below. Take along the Section 49 notice you have received in the mail - apparently it will expedite the submission process.

It is uncertain how long it will take Council to process all objections – it may take up to 2 years. In the meantime, you will have to pay your rates based on the new amount. If your objection is successful, you will be able to apply for a refund.

Metropolitan Centre
Street Level 'B' Block
158 Civic Boulevard

Randburg Civic Centre
Cnr Braam Fischer Drive & Jan Smuts Road, RANDBURG Sandton Library
Nelson Mandela Square (off West Street)

300 – 15th Road

Jabulani Civic Centre

1 Koma Road

Lenasia Civic Centre
Cnr Rose Ave & Eland St

Roodepoort Civic Centre
100 Christiaan de Wet Road

Thuso House
61 Jorissen Street
Corner Simmonds Street

South Hills Customer Service Centre
9 Geneva Road


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