Valuer-General Victoria (VGV) only performs valuations for government agencies. For information on other government valuation agencies see below.
It provides advice to government on valuation issues and sensitive property transactions for sale, purchase, lease and compulsory acquisition.
It also values government assets to enable agencies to complete their financial reporting requirements as set out under the Financial Management Act 1994.
VGV has established and manages a Valuation Services Panel (VSP) that provides valuation advice to VGV for government agencies involved in property transactions.
To request a valuation, government agencies or departments must complete the request form. There are two forms, one for rental valuations and one for standard market valuations or advice. You should fill out the relevant form and and post to GPO Box 527, Melbourne, Victoria 3001. The completed forms can also be attached to emails and forwarded to email@example.com
Panel of valuers
Information on VGV's Valuation Services Panel, details on when and why the panel is used, plus the forms you need for requesting a valuation.
Management of government valuations
Information on the delivery process for government valuations and how they are managed and details on how the government's probity is protected when undertaking valuations.
Asset valuations for government
Information on Financial Reporting Valuations under the Financial Management Act 1994 and Insurance Valuations under the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority Act 1996 , plus general information on asset valuations for government and relevant documents.
Details of when land required for a public purpose can be acquired by government departments and agencies.
Property Valuations for the State Government of Victoria
Guidelines for valuation practices in relation to government property transactions.
Government valuation agencies
Links to Australian and New Zealand valuation websites and heads of government valuation agencies.
Victorian Government Land Monitor
Information on the role and responsibilities of the Victorian Government Land Monitor (VGLM) and details of which transactions require the approval of the VGLM.