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Hurry up to opt in to receive land valuation information by e-mail
Time is running out for Queensland landowners to opt to receive their statutory land valuation notice and other valuation information by email before land valuation notices are issued in March.
Valuer-General Neil Bray said landowners had until 5.00 pm on Friday 26 January 2018 to sign up for the email service.
“With more than 492,000 landowners in 22 of Queensland’s 62 rateable local governments due to receive new land valuations in March 2018, now is the time to sign up for this convenient service,” Mr Bray said.
“More than 188,000 properties have had email service addresses provided by landowners who will enjoy the convenience of receiving their valuation notices electronically. Receiving land valuation notices by email saves paper while giving landowners instant, secure and confidential access to their land valuation notice and the easy-to-print PDF version can be filed in personal records.
“Landowners who sign up for the email service will have same-day, safe and secure access to their land valuation notice. Apart from valuation notices other valuation information; such as the Valuer-General’s property market movement report; will also be sent electronically to landowners who have provided an email address.”
Mr Bray said opting to receive land valuation notices by email was quick and easy.
“Landowners can visit the Queensland Government’s land valuation website or opt in on the Land Queensland Facebook page,” Mr Bray said.
“Landowners only need to have the property identification number and their current postal address and, of course, an email address. Property identification numbers are found at the top of land valuation notices or by using the Queensland Globe if your property has been valued since 2015.”
The 22 local government areas that will receive land valuations in 2018 are Banana, Barcoo, Boulia, Bulloo, Central Highlands, Charters Towers, Diamantina, Douglas, Fraser Coast, Gladstone, Gold Coast, Goondiwindi, Hinchinbrook, Isaac, Maranoa, Murweh, Noosa, Paroo, Quilpie, Scenic Rim, Sunshine Coast and Toowoomba.
Landowners can find more information and subscribe to have future valuation notices and other valuation information sent to them by email by visiting www.qld.gov.au/landvaluation or calling 13 QGOV (13 74 68). Follow Land Queensland on Facebook – facebook.com/LandQueensland and Twitter – twitter.com/LandQueensland .
Audio of Valuer-General Neil Bray is available from the DNRME Media Centre.
Contact: Brad Muir
Phone: (07) 3199 8253