Redland City Budget 2014-15

Highlights of the Redland City 2014-15 Budget

  • A headline rates increase of just 3.48 per cent, one of the lowest in South East Queensland for the third consecutive year.
  • A general rate increase of about 80 cents per week for the average residential owner occupied mainland property with a value of $282,000.
  • $2.7 million in rates rebates for pensioners, with a full pension discount of $330.
  • Capital program $61.9 million
  • A net predicted surplus of $10.16 million, including operating and capital revenue.
  • An operating deficit at the end of the 2013-14 financial year of about $2 million – the lowest  in many years and equating to a very small operating surplus ratio of less than -1 per cent.
  • Restricting the average water price increase to 3.3 per cent – despite a 14.27 per cent increase in State Government bulk water charges.
  • Maintaining existing assets and focuses on assets renewal rather than asset purchase.  Maintaining a manageable level of debt with the lowest Council debt per household in South East Queensland.

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