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Ballina Shire Council - Delivery Program / Operational Plan 2018 - 2022

revenue policy cont’ On-site Sewage Management (OSSM) Fee This fee is raised on properties with an on-site sewage system in place (e.g. septic tank) in accordance with

On-site Sewage Management (OSSM) section 608(2) of the Local Government Act. Fee

This is is raised on properties withrevenue an on-site sewage system in place (e.g. septic tank) ingeneral accordance withwe section 608(2) Thefee fee as follows and the generated funds an inspection program, advice provide to of the Local Government Act. owners, Sewage and replaces the need for periodic renewal On-site Management (OSSM) Fee of approval fees. The fee is as follows and the revenue generated funds an inspection program, general advice we provide to owners, and This fee is with anofon-site sewage replaces theraised need on for properties periodic renewal approval fees. system in place (e.g. septic tank) in accordance with section 608(2) of the Local Government Act. Summary of OSSM Charge and Net Estimated Yield for 2018/19 Summary of OSSM Charge and Net Estimated Yield for 2018/19 The fee is as follows and the revenue generated funds an inspection program, general advice we provide to owners, and replaces the need for periodic renewal of approval fees. Property Type

Number

Annual Charge ($)

Estimated Yield ($)

Summary of OSSM Charge and Net Estimated Yield for 2018/19

Per eligible property Property Type

Stormwater Charges Per eligible property

Stormwater Charges

2,634

60

158,000

Number

Annual Charge ($)

2,634

60

Number

Annual Charge ($)

Estimated Yield ($)

8,977

25.00

224,400

Number 3,772

Annual Charge ($) Based on impervious area @ $25 per 350 square metre 25.00 12.50 Based on impervious area @ $25 per square area metre@ Based on 350 impervious $12.50 12.50

Estimated Yield ($) 94,300

Estimated Yield ($) 158,000

This charge is raised on developed urban properties and Council has resolved to charge the maximum allowable stormwater management service charge on both residential and non-residential properties. Stormwater This charge isCharges raised on developed urban properties and Council has resolved to charge the maximum The charges and estimated yield are as follows: allowable management charge on bothhas residential and non-residential This charge isstormwater raised on developed urbanservice properties and Council resolved to charge the maximumproperties. allowable stormwater management service charge on both residential and non-residential properties. Summary Stormwater Charges and Net Estimated Yield for 2018/19 The charges and estimated yieldofare as follows: The charges and estimated yield are as follows: Property Type

Summary of Stormwater Charges and Net Estimated Yield for 2018/19 Summary of Stormwater Charges and Net Estimated Yield for 2018/19

Per residential property Property Type Per business property

Per residential property Per residential strata lot Per business property Per business strata lot Per residential strata lot Total Per business strata lot

8,977 4,374 3,772 7,490 4,374 7,490

Based on impervious area @ $12.50

224,400 54,700 94,300 7,500 54,700 380,900 7,500

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Stormwater charges for business properties are based on the impervious area of the land. The charge is $25 per 350m or part thereof. In respect to business strata units the appropriate business charge is apportioned based on unit entitlement Total 380,900 subject to each unit paying a minimum of $5. 2

Stormwater charges for business properties are based onbased the impervious area of the land. charge is $25 350m or part Pensioner Concessions Stormwater charges for business properties are on the impervious areaThe of the land. Theper charge thereof. In respect to business strata units the appropriate business charge is apportioned based on unit entitlement subject to is $25 per 350m2 or part thereof. In respect to business strata units the appropriate business charge is each unit paying a minimum of $5. Concessions arebased available eligible pensioners who are jointly liablea for the payment of rates and charges and reside apportioned on to unit entitlement subject to solely each or unit paying minimum of $5. at the property. Concessions These rebates are as follows: Pensioner  50% of the combined rates and domestic waste management charges up to a $250 maximum concession  50% of water access and consumption charges up to a $87.50 maximum concession are available to eligible pensioners who aremaximum solely or concession jointly liable for the payment of rates and charges and reside Concessions 50% of wastewater (sewer) charges up to a $87.50 at the property. These rebates are as follows: Fees 50% of the combined rates and domestic waste management charges up to a $250 maximum concession available to eligible charges pensioners are solely or jointly liable for the payment of rates and  Concessions 50% of waterare access and consumption up towho a $87.50 maximum concession  charges 50% ofand wastewater (sewer) charges up to a $87.50 maximum concession reside at the property. These rebates are as follows: Section 608 of the NSW Local Government Act permits fees to be charged for services provided by Council. Council has adopted the following pricing categories in establishing its fees.management charges up to a $250 maximum Fees • 50% of the combined rates and domestic waste concession Section Category 608 of the NSW Local Government MethodologyAct permits fees to be charged for services provided by Council. Council has • 50% water pricing accesscategories and consumption charges up to a $87.50 maximum concession adopted the of following in establishing its fees.

Pensioner Concessions

Business / Commercial (sewer) Prices are established accordance with the prevailing market 50% of wastewater charges up to ain$87.50 maximum concession.

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Category Full Cost Recovery

Methodology Fee set to recover the full cost to provide the service

Fee setare to provide services to the community an affordable cost, the balance being met from Prices established in accordance with the at prevailing market general revenue Full Cost Recovery Fee set to recover the full cost to provide the service Fixed by Legislation Fee set by legislation Fee set to provide services to the community at an affordable cost, the balance being met from Partial Cost Recovery general revenue The details of each Council fee are set out in full in Council’s Schedule of Fees and Charges. A copy of this document is Business / Commercial Partial Cost Recovery

available for inspection at Council's Customer Service Centre or on our website. Fixed by Legislation

Fee set by legislation

Ballina Shire Council - DRAFT Delivery Program/Operational Plan 2018 - 2022  

DRAFT document on public exhibition until 8 June 2018

Ballina Shire Council - DRAFT Delivery Program/Operational Plan 2018 - 2022  

DRAFT document on public exhibition until 8 June 2018