Proposed Schedule of Fees and Charges 2022/23 Listen Temporary Note Consultation is now closed. Council adopted the Fees & Charges on 9 June 2022 and these will be applicable from 1 July 2022. The following minor changes were made: Inclusion of an 8 hour block charge for the use of the Kokako Street Pavilion. Removal of the Policy on Waiving Fees for Council Facilities (noting the policy remains valid). A correction and clarification to the multiple working dog fee. Click here to view the 2022/2023 fees and charges. Summary of Information Rangitīkei District Council is consulting on the Proposed Schedule of Fees and Charges 2022/23 Summary of Information Fees and charges allow us to pass on some costs directly to those who use particular services and facilities, like using the transfer station or hiring a hall. This reduces the amount of funding collected through rates. The Schedule of Fees and Charges for 2022/23 has been reviewed and proposes an increase to all fees by 3.3%, which is the CPI index provided by economic consultancy Berl. Fees set by legislation or regulation are unchanged. Changes have been made in the following areas: Regulatory - To include an additional charge associated with use of the Simpli Portal.Halls - Increase fees to reflect cost of electricity, insurance and sanitation. Introduction of fees for regular users and hourly charges.Waste - Increase in weighbridge charges to reflect increased disposal costs. Proposed Schedule of Fees and Charges 2022/23 Submissions Submissions on the Proposed Schedule of Fees and Charges 2022/23 may be made before 5pm Monday 9 May 2022. You can make a submission online or print a copy and post it to Marton Office, 46 High Street, Marton, 4741. Please indicate whether you would like to speak to your submission and include contact details.