Open access information

The following information is classed as open access information. According to the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009, you can easily gain access to the following information, which Council holds:

According to the GIPA regulations, you can also access the following additional information:

Reports

Meetings

  • Agendas and business papers for any meeting of the local authority or any committee of the local authority (but not including business papers for matters considered when part of a meeting is closed to the public)
  • Minutes of any meeting of the local authority or any committee of the local authority, but restricted (in the case of any part of a meeting that is close to the public) to the resolutions and recommendations of the meeting

Codes and policies

Registers

Land, building and development information

  • Information about development applications
  • Applications for approvals under Part 1 of Chapter 7 of the Local Government Act and any associated documents received in relation to such an application
  • Applications for approvals under any other Act and any associated documents received in relation to such an application
  • Records of approvals granted or refused, any variation from local policies with reasons for the variation, and decisions made on appeals concerning approvals
  • Records of building certificates under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979
  • Plans of land proposed to be compulsorily acquired by the local authority
  • Compulsory acquisition notices leases and licences for use of public land classified as community land

Orders

  • Orders given under Part 2 of Chapter 7 of the Local Government Act (for example, unauthorised structures and buildings, swimming pools, excess vegetation and food matters) and any reasons given under Section 136 of the Act
  • Orders given under the authority of any other Act

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