If your property is a commercial property which is owner occupier or currently vacant, please click the link to complete the following questionnaire
LG Valuation Services Pty Ltd has been contracted to undertake Statutory Valuation Services of all properties in your Municipal Area. In order to assist in correctly valuing your property, please complete the survey form below.
Owner Occupied or Vacant Property...
Single Occupancy Property...
If your property only has one occupier (be it tenant, owner occupier or vacant) please click the link to complete the following questionnaire
Multiple Occupancy Property...
If your property has more than one occupier (multiple tenants occupying the one property, not multiple properties) please click the link to complete the following questionnaire
Hotel / Motel...
If your property has been sent a Hotel/Motel questionnaire to complete, please click the link to complete the Hotel/Motel questionnaire
Definition of Terms
Gross Lettable Area
Generally, the floor space contained within a tenancy at each floor level measured from the outside of main faces of external walls and, where applicable, the centre lines of internal inter-tenancy, partition and common area walls, but excluding features such as balconies and verandahs and, if there are two or more occupiers or tenants, excluding common use areas, service areas, and non-exclusive public spaces and thoroughfares. In the case of retail tenancy areas such as shops, measurements are often made from the internal finished surface of external building walls, service passage walls, etc. (Some commercial and public authorities use variants of this definition.)
The area for which a tenant could be charged for occupancy under a lease. Generally, it is the floor space contained within a tenancy at each floor level measured from the internal finished surfaces of permanent external walls and permanent internal walls but excluding features such as balconies and verandahs, common use areas, areas less than 1.5 m in height, service areas, and public spaces and thoroughfares. (Some commercial and public authorities use variants of this definition.)
Gross Building Area
The Gross Building Area is the area of the building at all building levels, measured between the normal outside face of any enclosing walls and includes enclosed and unenclosed areas.