Legally we must address rates invoices to the ratepayer - that’s the person who is listed on the district valuation roll for the property and is legally liable to pay the property’s rates. In most cases this is the property owner, in limited circumstances it might be the lessee of the property if the lease is registered under the Land Transfer Act 2017.
You can, however, request that your rates invoice is sent ‘care of’ another person such as a property manager, accountant, or tenant. We strongly discourage this as the ratepayer is ultimately responsible for the payment of the invoice and this increases the chances of a payment being missed.
Please note, if you change your mailing address to a ‘care of’ address, then all correspondence from council regarding rates for that property will go to that address.