Ninety Mile Beach Inappropriate Subdivisions - Rating Changes for Undevelopable Land

Public Notice Issued:
Friday, November 6, 2020

Ninety Mile Beach Inappropriate Subdivisions - Rating Changes for Undevelopable Land

The Wellington Shire Council is implementing the rating recommendation of the Victorian Ombudsman Report into the Ninety Mile Beach subdivisions for inappropriately subdivided land along the Ninety Mile Beach (north of the Honeysuckles to Paradise Beach) which cannot be developed.

Council, intends to offer, as a gesture of goodwill, a refund of rates and waste infrastructure charges levied and paid since 1 July 2006; only on undevelopable vacant land, to current or previous landowners who submit a Rates Refund Application Form – Ninety Mile Beach Vacant Undevelopable Land (available on Council’s website at www.wellington.vic.gov.au/NMBratesrefund) by 3 December 2020.

A searchable map of eligible undevelopable land and information on how to submit a refund application is available on Council’s website at www.wellington.vic.gov.au/NMBratesrefund. For further information, please contact Wellington Shire Council’s Customer Service Centre on 1300 366 244 or email enquiries@wellington.vic.gov.au.

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