Villagers should by now all have received their municipal valuation notices for the period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020.
Villagers who wish to object to the proposed valuation reflected on the valuation notice, must lodge their objection directly with the municipality. To assist Villagers, completed and duly signed objection forms can be dropped off at the Reception counter in the Administration building. My office will ensure that all objection forms dropped off at the Administration building are delivered to the municipal offices before the deadline date. Accompanying the valuation notice are step by step instructions on how to lodge an objection.
The City of Cape Town has stated that as the dwelling units are privately registered, a class objection by Helderberg Village Master Homeowners Association NPC would not be accepted. Notwithstanding this, any Villager who has difficulty in completing their objection form, is welcome to contact Mrs Salomé Combrinck at the Administration office on telephone (021) 855-8313, who will gladly assist.
Information reflecting the Estimated Average Sales Value of your property is available from the Administration office. To assist you in making an informed decision, please compare the proposed valuation for your dwelling unit as indicated on the valuation notice to the Estimated Average Sales Value applicable to your type of dwelling unit. Where the proposed municipal valuation is in excess of the Estimated Average Sales Value applicable to your type of dwelling unit, you may wish to submit an objection.
Tenants are to please note that a copy of the original valuation notice has also been forwarded to the registered owners.
Councillor Gregory Peck has offered to meet with Villagers in the Clubhouse on Monday, 18 March 2019 at 3pm and answer any municipal valuation related queries.