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Where a face-to-face meeting of the LTC is to be held, it will be published on the Council's website and in the Council notices section of local newspapers. A separate report with the recommendation from each face-to-face meeting of the KTL will also be included in a regular Council meeting.

General and Specific Delegations

General Delegations

Specific Delegations

  • Cemetery Plots
  • Awards Evenings
  • Financial Assistance – Community Groups

Administration

Community Centres .1 Hiring

  • Waiving of Deposits
  • Refusal of Applications to Hire
  • Negotiate Discount Rate

Correspondence

  • Authority to sign all correspondence
  • Authority to sign correspondence (except Parliamentarians)
  • Authority to sign general correspondence
  • Authority to sign general correspondence (involving decisions made at Council Meetings)
  • Authority to sign general correspondence (with Manager's approval) Authorised to sign all correspondence except to Ministers of the Crown,

Authorized to sign all correspondence except for ministers of the crown, MPs and mayors of other councils. Authorized to sign all correspondence including decisions taken at Council Meetings or considered at Council Meetings.

Access to Information

Annual Fire Statement

Approvals (Local Government Act 1993 as amended)

  • Part A (Structures)
  • Part B (Water/Sewerage/Stormwater)
    • Draw Water
    • Meter connection
    • Sewerage
    • Stormwater Drainage
    • Drain/Sewer Connection
  • Part C (Management of Waste)
    • Transport Waste
    • Waste (Public Place)
    • Waste Storage (Public Place)
    • Disposal of Waste
    • Waste Treatment/Storage Facility
    • Sewage Management
  • Part D (Community Land)
    • Trade/Business
    • Entertainment
    • Temporary Enclosure
    • Musical Instrument
    • Loudspeaker/Amplifier
    • Public Meetings
  • Part E (Public Roads)
    • Lift/Hoist/Tackle
    • Overhang
  • Part F (Other Activities)

Connect a private drain or sewer to a public drain or sewer under the municipal authority or to a drain or sewer which connects to such public drain or sewer. Expose or permit to be exposed (whether for sale or otherwise) any article in or on or so as to hang over any part of the road or outside a shop window or doorway adjoining the road, or hang an article under an awning over the road.

Approvals (Other than Section 68, Local Government Act 1993, as amended)

Approvals under EP&A Act 1979, LG Act 1993 (Other than Section 68) & Roads Act 1993

Tree Preservation - Private Land

Approval of Amusement Device

Telecommunications (Interception & Access) Act 1979 (Cth)

Approval to burn vegetation

Building

  • Approval of Applications (Section 94, 95 & 96 of Local Government Act 1993), as amended
  • Approval of Applications outside Local Government Act 1993, as amended To grant approval to applications outside the provisions of "Approval of Applications
  • Refund of Security Deposits (Section 97 Local Government Act 1993), as amended
  • Review of Determination
  • Issue Building Information Certificates
  • Assess & Determine Applications
  • Fire Safety
  • Change of Use
  • Upgrading Building
  • Walls of Class 1 Buildings Setbacks
  • Eaves/Gutters Setbacks
  • Building Setbacks
  • Building Certification
  • Issue of Certificates - Flood Controlled Land

To review the determination of an application under Section 100 of the Local Government Act 1993, as amended, and section 82A of the Environmental Planning Act. Assess and determine applications under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, as amended, and Regulations, as amended. To approve applications for change of use of buildings under the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979, as amended, and the Regulations, as amended.

To issue certificates in respect of flood controlled land under the State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Compliant with Development Codes) 2008, as amended.

Bush Fire Control and Emergency Services

Bush Fire

  • Determine Territory
  • Appoint Officers
  • Issue Notices
  • Consider Objectives
  • Enter Property
  • Sell or Dispose of Equipment
  • Authorise Use of Equipment

To consider targets submitted under section 67 of the Rural Fires Act 1997 as amended (granted by service agreement with Rural Fire Service). To enter property as an authorized officer to inspect the property to form an opinion of the existing bushfire hazard and the need to reduce bushfire hazard under section 69 of the Rural Fires Act 1997 as amended (granted by service agreement with national fire service). Selling or disposing, subject to the written consent of the Commissioner, of any fire fighting equipment financed in whole or in part by the Rural Fires Fund under Section of the Rural Fires Act 1997, as amended. Not provided per service agreement with national fire service).

To authorize the use of fire-fighting equipment not reasonably required by the Council for use by the Commissioner outside the area in accordance with Section 119 (6) of the Rural Fires Act 1997, as amended. Not awarded under Employment Agreement with the Rural Fire Service.).

Emergency

Children's Services

Development Assessment Unit

Determination of Applications

Limitations

Notice of Business

Development

  • Approval of Applications
  • Refusal of Applications
  • Review of Determination
  • Determine Applications under SEPP 1 or Clause 4.6 of the LEP
  • Restricted Development Areas
  • Amendment to Development Consents .1 Grant Approval
    • Grant Approval outside normal provisions
  • Extension of Development Consents
  • Assume Concurrence
  • Section 10.7 Planning Certificates
  • Section 6.26 Building Information Certificates
  • Variations to DCP(s)
  • Part 5 Assessments
  • Naming of New Subdivision Roads
  • Signing of Final Plan of Subdivision
  • Power of Entry (Legislation listed)
    • Power of Entry (Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979 &
    • Power of Entry (Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 &
    • Power of Entry (Swimming Pools Act 1992)
    • Power of Entry (Companion Animals Act 1998)
    • Power of Entry (Roads Act 1993)
    • Power of Entry (Public Health Act 2010)
    • Power of Entry (Food Act 2003)
    • Power of Entry (Sydney Water Act 1994)
  • Certification work under the EP and A Act and Regulations

Approving an amendment to development permits outside the provisions of section 4.55 of the Spatial Planning and Spatial Planning Act 1979, as amended, provided that the application is subject to a report to the Development Assessment Unit. To grant a one (1) year extension for development permits under Section 4.54 of the 1979 Land Use Planning and Assessment Act, as amended. To issue planning certificates in accordance with the provision of section 10.7 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, as amended.

To issue Building Information Certificates pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.26 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, as amended.

Drainage Construction and Maintenance

Certification work under the EP and A Act and Regulations which must only be carried out by an accredited certifier under Section 74A of the Building Professionals Act 2005 subject to the limitations of the level of accreditation and specific accreditation conditions held by the individual practitioner.

Executive Functions

  • Inspections and Conferences
  • Appointment of Consultant Services
    • Consultancy Contract - Financial Variations
    • Other Contract - Financial Variations
  • Submissions
  • Grant Applications/Funding Arrangements
  • Legal
    • Sign Agreements (Resolution/Policy)
    • Sign Agreements (Operational)
    • Issue/Serve Notices (including Declarations)
    • Instigate Proceedings
    • Engage Legal Representation
    • Represent Council before Commission or Inquiry To represent Council before any Commission or Inquiry
    • Represent Council under legislation
    • Represent Council and lay information under legislation
    • Issue/Serve Notices (excluding Declarations)
    • Administer Liquor Licenses
    • Temporary Vehicle Lease
    • Sign Agreements (Financial)
  • Common Seal
  • Tenders
  • Community Services and Support
  • Designated Persons
  • Media Relations (Including social media, website and media)
  • Filming Permits

To approve a variation (in accordance with the variation workflow outlined in Council's Purchasing Guideline) up to $5,000 above the contract value approved by the General Manager where the full value of the contract including the variation is within your approved financial delegation. To approve a variation (in accordance with the variation workflow outlined in Council's Purchasing Guideline) up to $10,000 above the approved contract value where the full value of the contract including the variation is within your approved financial delegation. To sign contract agreements on behalf of the Council where a common seal is not required and where the recommendation report is approved by the General Manager and the full value of the contract you are to sign is within your approved financial delegation.

To determine appointed persons within the meaning of sections 441 and 449 of the Local Government Act 1993, as amended.

Financial Services

  • Financial
    • Authorise orders and Expenditure
    • Authorise Investments
    • Authorise Payment of Accounts
    • Authorise Refunds of Moneys
    • Authorise Work (Not Budgeted)
    • Authorise the reimbursement of Council Expenses incurred by Council staff (including Petty Cash)
    • Loan Funding
    • Disposal of Plant and Equipment
    • Authorise Writing Off of Moneys
    • Authorise Expenditure Using Procurement Cards
    • Authorise changes to invoices due to errors in pricing
    • Vacancy Approvals
    • Advance Payments or Deposits
    • Approve Rebates for HCC Customers
    • To appoint staff in accordance with Councils approved organisation structure and budgeted resources
  • Rates - Categorisation of land/Levy/Pensioner Rebates
  • Authorise arrangements payment of arrears of rates/Waste and miscellaneous charges
  • Creating New Trading Accounts
  • Playing Field Fees
  • Regular Donations
  • Insurance/Risk Management
  • Tenders

To authorize the write-off of amounts owed to Council up to $5,000, provided such amounts are reported to Council at its next regular meeting. To allow set-off of rental charges in cases where clubs contribute to the maintenance of a playing field. To allow, under the Local Government Act 1993, as amended, the grant of donations to organizations included in the general donation list adopted by the Council.

To settle claims against the Council's insurance up to the internal excess under each policy.

General Powers (Authorised Officers)

  • Law Enforcement (Powers & Responsibilities) Act 2002 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Local Government Act 1993 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979 and Regulations (General Powers)
  • The Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Companion Animals Act 1998 & Regulations 2008 (General Powers)
  • Food Act 2003 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Food Act 2003 (Reports by Enforcement Agencies)
  • Public Health Act 2010 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Swimming Pools Act 1992 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Impounding Act 1993 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Road Act 1993 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Road Transport (General) Act 2005 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Road Transport (Safety & Traffic Management) Act 1999 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Rural Fires Act 1997 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Sydney Water Act 1994 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Recreational Vehicles Act 1993 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Recovery of Impost Act 1963 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Conveyancing Act 1919 & Regulations (General Powers)
  • Surveyors Act 2002 (General Powers)
  • Graffiti Control Act 2008 & Graffiti Control Regulation (2009) (General Powers) To act as an authorised officer to exercise, perform any power, function, duty,
  • Inclosed Lands Protection Act 1901 (General Powers)
  • National Heavy Vehicle Regulator
  • Class 1 Land & Environment Court Appeals

To act as an authorized officer to exercise, perform any power, function, duty, which is conferred on the authorized officer in terms of the Security Act 1993, as amended, and Regulations, as amended. To act as an authorized officer to exercise, perform any power, function, duty conferred on the authorized officer under the Road Transport (General) Act 2005, as amended, and Regulations, as amended. To act as an authorized officer to exercise, perform any power, function, duty, conferred on the authorized officer in terms of the Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act 1999, as amended, and Regulations, as amended.

To act as an officer authorized to exercise, perform any power, function, duty, conferred on an officer authorized under the Recreational Vehicles Act of 1983, as amended, and the Regulations, as amended.

Library Services

  • Library Penalties
  • Suspend/restrict library membership
  • Close any branch library
  • Library Promotional Activities
  • Negotiate funding agreements (Library)
  • Disposal of Library Resources
  • Withdrawal of Incorrect Charges
  • Withdrawal of Library Overdue Charges - Other Circumstances

To act as an authorized officer to exercise all powers, functions and duties conferred on the authorized officer under the Surveyors Act 2002, as amended, and the Regulations, as amended. To act as an authorized officer to request persons to leave enclosed lands if those persons are behaving in a manner which a reasonable person would consider to be objectionable conduct under the Inclosed Lands Protection Act 1901 (as amended). To reach an agreement on behalf of the Council at a conciliation conference with the applicant in a class 1 appeal, pursuant to section 34(3) of the Land & Environment Court Act 1979.

To give permission on behalf of the Council to a Commissioner who disposes of a Class 1 appeal during a Conciliation Conference in terms of Section 34(4)(b) of the Land and Environment Court Act 1979.

Local Environmental Plans

  • Preparation of Minor LEPs
  • Certify Draft LEP
  • Determine Exhibition Period for Draft LEP
  • Report on Suitability of Draft LEP
  • Development Control Plans
  • Developer Contribution Plans
  • To make a draft Local Environmental Plan under Section 3.36 of the EP&A Act 1979

To prepare individual Section 7.11 Contribution Plans and to proceed with such in accordance with the provisions of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, as amended, and regulations, as amended. To issue draft Section 7.11 Contribution Plans in accordance with the provisions of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, as amended, and regulations, as amended. To authorize repayment of the Section 7.11 Contribution under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, as amended, and the Recovery of Imposts Act 1963, as amended.

Carrying out the planning functions of the Minister of Planning and Infrastructure under section 3.36 of the 1979 Spatial Planning and Assessment Act, when a permit has been issued as part of a gateway provision and the draft plan is fully consistent with the planning proposal that has been adopted by Council.

Notices / Orders

Issue Notices / Orders

  • Issue Clean-up Notice
  • Issue Prevention Notice
  • Issue Compliance Cost Notice
  • Issue Improvement Notice
  • Issue Improvement Notice
  • Issue Prohibition Order
  • Issue Nuisance Orders
  • Declaration of menacing dangerous and restricted dogs
  • Issue a Certificate of Compliance
  • Issue a Certificate of Clearance
  • Issue a Certificate of Compliance
  • Issue Notices and Orders (LG Act 1993 & EP&A Act 1979)
  • Issue Notices (Impounding Act 1993)
  • Issue a Noise Control Notice
  • Issue Notice of Direction Concerning Fires
  • Issue a Noise Abatement Direction
  • Issue a Stop Work Order
  • Supervision of Exhumations
  • Registration of Animals
  • Access to Companion Animals Register
  • Exemption from Impracticable Barrier Requirements
  • Certificate of Clearance
  • Issue Notice of dangerous and restricted breed declarations
  • Issue Prohibition Order

To declare a dog dangerous or restricted under the Companion Animals Act 1998, as amended. Issue a Certificate of Compliance - hazardous and restricted enclosures for dogs, in accordance with the Companion Animals Act 1998, as amended. To access information on the Companion Animal Register pursuant to the Companion Animals Act 1998, as amended.

Issue notices of declarations of dangerous or restricted breeds under the Domestic Animals Act 1998, as amended.

Modification of Orders

  • Modification of Orders (Local Government Act 1993)
  • Modification of Orders (Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979)

Revocation of Orders/Notices/Declarations

  • Revocation of Orders (Local Government Act 1993)
  • Revocation of Orders (Environment Planning & Assessment Act 1979) To revoke an order, pursuant to the Environmental Planning & Assessment
  • Revocation of Declarations of Dangerous Dogs and Restricted Breeds (Companion Animals Act 1998)
  • Revocation of Certificate of Compliance
  • Revocation of Improvement Notices and Prohibition Orders (Public Health Act 2010)
  • Revocation of a Noise Control Notice
  • Revocation of a Noise Abatement Direction
  • Revocation of Clean Up Notices or Prevention Notices

As an officer authorized to revoke a Noise Control Notice pursuant to the Environmental Protection Operations Act 1997, as amended. To revoke a Noise Abatement Directive pursuant to the Environmental Operations Protection Act 1997, as amended. Revoke a Clearance Notice or Prevention Notice pursuant to the Environmental Protection Operations Act 1997).

Penalty Infringement Notices

  • Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Protection of the Environment Operations (Clean Air) Regulation 2002 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Protection of the Environment Operations (Noise Control) Reg. 2008 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Protection of the Environment Operations (Waste) Regulation 2005 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979 & Regulation 2000 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Companion Animals Regulation 2008 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Companion Animals Act 1998 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Local Government Act 1993 & Regulation (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Swimming Pools Act 1992 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Swimming Pools Regulation 1998 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Impounding Regulation 2003 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Roads Act 1993 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Roads (Gen) Regulation 2000 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Roads Regulation 2008 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Road Transport (Gen) Act 2005 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Road Transport (Gen) Regulation 2005 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Road Transport (Safety & Traffic Management) Regulation 1999 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Road Transport (Mass Loading & Access) Regulation 2005 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Australian Road Rules 2008 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Recreational Vehicles Act 1993 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Rural Fire Act 1997 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Rural Fires Regulation 2002 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Food Act 2003 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Sydney Water Act 1994 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Sydney Water Regulation 2006 (Penalty Infringement Notices)
  • Withdrawal of Penalty Infringement Notices To withdraw a penalty notice
  • Public Health Act 2010 and Public Health Regulation 2012 (Penalty Infringement Notices)

Issue penalty notices in accordance with the Local Government Act 1993, as amended, and Local Government (General) Regulation 1999, as amended. Issue Penalty Infringement Notices in accordance with the Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Regulations 1999, as amended. Issue Penalty Infringement Notices in accordance with the Road Transport (Mass Loading & Access) Regulations 2005, as amended.

Enforce water restrictions and issue penalty notices for breaches under the Sydney Water Regulations 2006 (NSW) as amended.

Property Management and Development

Conveyancing

  • Purchase/Sale of Land
  • Date of Completion of Sale

To issue Penalty Infringement Notices in accordance with the Public Health Act 2010, as amended, and the Public Health Regulations 2012, as amended.

Development

Signing Documents/Registered Owner .1 Resumed Land

  • Council Land

Public Land

Tree Management

Dividing Fences

Approve Applications for Use

Honorary Rangers

Roads Construction and Maintenance

  • Street Lighting
  • Street Banners (Approval/Refusal)
  • Vehicular Crossings
  • Works for Private Owners
  • Works by Private Owners
  • Carparking
    • Approve Use/Carparking
    • Set Parking Areas
  • Section 94 Expenditure
  • Plant Hire Rates
  • Use of Footway
  • Erect Structures
    • Portable Traffic Control Lights
  • Traffic Control Devices
  • Special Event Parking

To approve the use of Council car parks for non-parking uses, provided that the proposed use is compatible with the area and does not interfere with normal parking. To approve the use of portable traffic control lights used in connection with roadworks on public roads as permitted by the Roads Act 1993 where no fixed equipment or fixed cables are used and are generally operated in accordance with RMS publication for traffic control at work sites, chapter 10 on portable traffic signals. For the approval of prescribed traffic control devices under the Road Traffic (Safety and Traffic Management) Act 1999, as amended.

To approve special event parking arrangements in accordance with the Road Transport (Safety & Traffic Management) Act 1999, as amended, on public roads other than classified roads in accordance with Roads and Traffic Authority Delegations to Councils dated 23 February 2009.

Search Warrants

Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (Search Warrants)

Local Government Act 1993 (Search Warrants)

Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979 (Search Warrants)

Public Health Act 2010 (Search Warrants)

Food Act 2003 (Search Warrants)

Swimming Pools Act 1992 (Search Warrants)

Roads Act 1993 (Search Warrants)

Sponsorship

Tourism

To establish a unit (Development Assessment Unit) to determine development, building and subdivision applications subject to compliance with the requirements of the Local Government Act 1993, as amended, and the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, as amended, and subject to the following limitations: -.

Limitations

Notice of Business

Approval of Applications

Refusal of Applications

References

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