Ekurhuleni’s valuation roll opens for inspection

According to metro spokesman Themba Gadebe, the purpose of the valuation roll to determine a fair value of all properties.

“In some instances, the rates may go up while in others the rates may come down. It must also be remembered that many properties that have not been valued in the past will all now be valued and incorporated into the valuation roll.

“The rates calculated for all properties will be determined from time to time by the rating policy, as well as how properties will be categorised,” Gadebe said.

Residents can view the roll from city’s website on (www.ekurhuleni.gov.za), or at any municipal office weekdays between 08.30 and 3.30 from March 8 to June 5.

Also inspect the roll at  Boksburg Customer Care Centre (rates hall, corner Trichardts Road and Market Street, 011 999 5989/8172).


“In terms of section 49(1)(a)(ii) of the act, any property owner, or any other person who so desires, can lodge an objection in this regard,” said Gadebe.

“The objection must be in relation to a specific individual property and not against the valuation roll as such.

“Objection forms are available in the categories – agricultural, non-residential and residential.

“They can be downloaded from the city’s website.

“The completed form must be hand delivered to the municipal office where the account is held.

“Please remember to bring along the Section 49 notice when you submit your objection, as this will expedite the submission process.

“Please note that no form of electronic submission will be accepted.”

He said the closing date has been extended to June 5 at 3.30pm and no late objections will be accepted.

Riaan Engelbrecht

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