NRM levy

What is the NRM levy?

The NRM levy helps to fund the work needed to protect and enhance the environment and encourage sustainable use of the region’s natural resources. To read more about what the levy fund please read our Business Plan 2017-20 .

What is the NRM levy used for?

Your NRM levy helps fund the delivery of the Eyre Peninsula Regional NRM Plan. This Plan sets out the targets for the environment in the region. The NRM levy also attracts significant state and federal funding into the region. Read about our latest achievements (from page 10 in the Business Plan) and our annual reports.

Who pays the NRM levy?

The annual NRM levy is paid by the owners of rateable land in the region and appears on council's rate notices. Everyone who lives and works in the region has an impact on the environment. We all share a responsibility to take care of our land, water, native animals and plants and ecosystems.

How is the NRM levy calculated?

Your regional NRM levy is a fixed rate per rateable property, which varies depending on whether your land is used for residential, primary production, commercial or industrial purposes. Further additional information about the levy can be found in the Business Plan 2017-20 or in this fact sheet.

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