Pensioner Concession - Rebates Policy

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Council currently offers a rebate of rates and charges to eligible pensioners as part of the Local Government Act 1993.

The existing policy allows Council to provide a rebate for the current year and the preceding six years. The majority of NSW councils as a general rule provide a rebate for the current year with one additional year.

This one year plus one additional year covers circumstances such as when the purchase of a new property occurs across one financial year to another.

A new policy has been developed and is now on exhibition for a period of 4 weeks.

You can have your say by reading the draft Policy and completing a submission on the tab below.


Council currently offers a rebate of rates and charges to eligible pensioners as part of the Local Government Act 1993.

The existing policy allows Council to provide a rebate for the current year and the preceding six years. The majority of NSW councils as a general rule provide a rebate for the current year with one additional year.

This one year plus one additional year covers circumstances such as when the purchase of a new property occurs across one financial year to another.

A new policy has been developed and is now on exhibition for a period of 4 weeks.

You can have your say by reading the draft Policy and completing a submission on the tab below.


  • Pensioner Concession Rebates Policy

    Any person may make a submission to Council by completing the details below. Submissions close Thursday 25 June 2015

    Note: Any person may inspect the draft planning agreement and make a written submission until the end of the notification period. Please include your full name, postal or email address and contact details so that your submission can be formally acknowledged. Note that any submission may be made public, and public disclosure is required for any political donations or gifts (including to staff).  Submissions are subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

    Any person may make a submission to Council by completing the details below. Submissions close Thursday 25 June 2015

    Note: Any person may inspect the draft planning agreement and make a written submission until the end of the notification period. Please include your full name, postal or email address and contact details so that your submission can be formally acknowledged. Note that any submission may be made public, and public disclosure is required for any political donations or gifts (including to staff).  Submissions are subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

    Consultation has concluded