Access to Information FAQs
Access to Information FAQs1. How do I get access to Council’s information?
- Home owner warranty insurance documents;
- Building essential certification documents;
- Construction certificates;
- Occupation certificates,
- Town Planners (DA) reports;
submission letters (with limitations on personal information where
submitter requests confidentiality on the basis of personal safety),
- Complaints, with the personal details of the complainant masked;
- Structural certification documents;
- Heritage Consultants’ Reports;
- Tree Inspection Consultants’ Reports;
- Acoustics Consultants’ Reports;
- Land Contamination Consultants’ Reports.
- Information which is commercially confidential ;
- a matter the disclosure of which may illegal or give rise to action for breach of confidence;
particular part of a draft or adopted plan of management that is the
subject of a resolution of confidentiality under section 36DA of the
Local Government Act 1993 (NSW ); and
- documents which were
submitted to, or are to be submitted to a 'Closed Session' of a Council
or Advisory Committee Meeting (If some time has passed since it was
considered in Confidential Session or the reason for confidentiality no
longer exists then the document/s may be released).
- legal advice;
- personnel (individual staff) matters;
- complainants details;
- individuals details on DA submissions where they claim personal safety issues;
- Council lease documents;
- successful Council contracts;
- successful Council tenders ; and
- insurance claims.