Welcome to the Delegations Page

01 - ADMINISTRATION - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, DIRECTORS AND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

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Executive Director, Directors and Assistant Director - Delegation
The functions of the General Manager and the functions delegated to the General Manager by the Council other than any function which may not be lawfully delegated or sub-delegated by the General Manager subject to the following conditions and limitations:
NSW Local Government Act 1993

Executive Director, Directors and Assistant Director - Condition/Limitation 1
The Executive Director Corporate and Community, the Director Planning, the Director Infrastructure and Environment and the Assistant Director People, Legal and Goverannce may exercise Delegation EX001 only in so far as the delegation applies to the area of management responsibility of the Executive Director, Director or Assistant Director concerned.
Executive Director, Directors and Assistant Director - Condition/Limitation 2
As per the General Manager's instructions dated 12 January 2017, EX003 has been temporarily removed while the matter is being clarified.
NSW Local Government Act 1993



02 - ADMINISTRATION - General

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Act as the Council's Public Officer
Act as the Council's Public Officer pursuant to sections 342(1) and 343 of the NSW Local Government Act, 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 342(1)

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 343

Administer and control the operations
To administer and control the operations and activities of any Group appointed by Council under section 355 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 355

Authorise and sign correspondence of a standard nature
Authorise and sign correspondence of a standard nature, such as replies to routine enquiries from the public, in accordance with other delegations granted to the position, with the exception of correspondence to Members of Parliament or those for the direct attention of heads of government departments and agencies, the media, or Mayors and General Managers of other Council’s, or other dignitaries.  The author is to give regard to Council Forms and Templates.
Authorise correspondence of a non-standard nature
Authorise correspondence of a non-standard nature, such as interpretation of Council policy, financial or legal commitments and responses to Councillor or media enquiries.

Explanatory Note: Correspondence to Members of Parliament or those for the direct attention of heads of government departments and agencies or Mayors and General Managers of other Council's, or dignitaries should be signed off by the General Manager or Mayor.  The author is to give regard to Council Forms and Templates.
Determine an application for a filming proposal
Determine an application for a filming proposal made pursuant to section 115 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 in accordance with section 119B including the Council’s Filming Protocol.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 119B

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 115

Exercise the Council’s functions under the NSW State Records Act 1998
Exercise the Council’s functions under the NSW State Records Act 1998 including the disposal of Council records and making of open and closed access directions in accordance with that Act and the NSW State Records Regulation 2010 in accordance with Council's Records/Information Management Policy.
NSW State Records Act 1998

NSW State Records Regulation 2010

Prepare and submit written submissions
Prepare and submit written submissions on behalf of Council to any Commission Inquiry or Body provided such action is consistent with Council's Delivery Program, Council policy and the Wollondilly Community Strategic Plan.
To arrange inspections within the Local Government Area
To arrange inspections within the Local Government Area and meetings with other parties in accordance with Council policy or a resolution of the Council or as otherwise deemed appropriate.  Regard is to be given to Council's Work Health and Safety Policy, Code of Conduct and the Councillor Access to Information and Interaction with Staff Policy.


03 - ADMINISTRATION - GIPAA

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Authorised to determine formal access applications under section 9
Authorised to determine formal access applications under section 9 of the NSW Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 in accordance with Council's Code of Conduct, the Access to Information Protocol, the Councillor Access to Information and Interaction with Staff Policy and the Media Liaison Protocol.
NSW Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009
Section 9

Informally release information under section 8
Informally release information under section 8 of the NSW Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 in accordance with Council's Code of Conduct, the Access to Information Protocol, the Councillor Access to Information and Interaction with Staff Policy and the Media Liaison Protocol.
NSW Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009
Section 8

Proactively release information under section 7
Proactively release information under section 7 of the NSW Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 in accordance with Council's Code of Conduct, the Access to Information Protocol, the Councillor Access to Information and Interaction with Staff Policy and the Media Liaison Protocol.
NSW Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009
Section 7



04 - ADMINISTRATION - TENDERS/CONTRACTS

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Act as an appropriate person
Act as an appropriate person, within the meaning of clause 164 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005, to receive or deal with tenders submitted to Council in accordance with the Guidelines for Tendering Protocol.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 164

To call for tenders
To call for tenders in respect of any contract relating to the execution of any work directed or authorised by or under the NSW Local Government Act 1993 to be done by Council or for the furnishing of materials pursuant to section 55 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993. Tenders to be in accordance with Council's Purchasing Protocol, Procedure and adopted budget estimates.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 55

To sign documentation
To sign documentation in respect of all property functions except: those documents that
• must be signed under the Common Seal of Council or
• effect the compulsory acquisition, purchase, sale, exchange or surrender of any land or other property (not including the sale of items of plant or equipment) having regard to Council's Corporate Property Policy.


05 - ADMINISTRATION - Legal

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To authorise legal advice or legal representation
To authorise legal advice or legal representation in any matter in which the Council is already or likely to become involved.  Council's Legal Panel has preference unless extenuating circumstances arise.
To determine an application for review of a penalty infringement notice
To determine an application for review of a penalty infringement notice made to the Council provided that the delegate is not a person who was involved in making the decision that is the subject of the review in accordance with the Guidelines as issued by the Infringement Processing Bureau from time to time and Council's Compliance Policy.
To represent the Council
To represent the Council and lay information in all respects in any proceedings under relevant legislation, ordinance or regulation lawfully given and which may be dealt with by the Council.
To sign legally binding agreements
To sign legally binding agreements on Council's behalf in accordance with a resolution or policy of the Council.


06 - ADMINISTRATION - PUBLIC RELATIONS

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Provide comments
Provide comments to the media relating to the interpretation of Council's policy position on a matter within the guidelines of Council's Media Liaison Protocol and Public Relations Protocol.
Provide statements and interviews
Provide statements and interviews to the media pertaining to Council, within the guidelines of Council's Media Liaison Protocol and Public Relations Protocol.
Provide technical information
Provide technical information to the media in relation to Council's position on a matter as per resolutions of Council within the guidelines of Council's Media Liaison Protocol and Public Relations Protocol.
To place advertisements
To place advertisements on behalf of Council in accordance with Council's Advertising Policy.


07 - ADMINISTRATION - SOCIAL MEDIA

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Comment and reply on social-networking pages
Comment and reply on social-networking pages on behalf of Wollondilly Shire Council where appropriate and within the guidelines of the Social Media Policy.
Create and administer Wollondilly Shire Council's social-networking page/s
Create and administer Wollondilly Shire Council's social-networking page/s within the guidelines of Council's Social Media Policy.
Ensure relevant sites are regularly updated
Ensure relevant sites are regularly updated with appropriate information within the guidelines of Council's Social Media Policy.
Upload comments, informal information and approved images and footage relating to Wollondilly Shire Council
Upload comments, informal information and approved images and footage relating to Wollondilly Shire Council on Council approved social media sites, within the guidelines of Council's Social Media Policy.


08 - ADMINISTRATION - COUNCIL LAND AND FACILITIES

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Authorise eviction
Authorise the eviction of any person behaving in a manner likely to cause offence to other Library, Leisure Centre or Visitor Information Centre user or staff in accordance with the Library Act 1939 and the Library Regulation 2010.
NSW Library Act 1939


NSW Library Regulation 2010


Authority to close the Library, Leisure Centre or Visitor Information Centre
Authority to close the Library, Leisure Centre or Visitor Information Centre during the adopted hours due to exceptional circumstances in accordance with the Library Act 1939 and the Library Regulation 2010.
NSW Library Act 1939


NSW Library Regulation 2010


Dispose of resources
Dispose of resources not required by the Library Service in accordance with the Library Act 1939 and the Library Regulation 2010.
NSW Library Act 1939


NSW Library Regulation 2010


Issue owner consent on behalf of the Council
Issue owner consent on behalf of the Council to enable development, building or subdivision applications to be lodged in respect of property owned by Council in accordance with the Probity-Dealings with Council Owned Land Policy.
Restrict or suspend library membership
Restrict or suspend library membership for failure to comply with regulations and instigate recovery action for overdue library items in accordance with the Library Act 1939 and the Library Regulation 2010.
NSW Library Act 1939


NSW Library Regulation 2010


To determine applications
To determine applications for the use of public parks, reserves and other land or buildings under the control of Council where relevant approvals are to be issued in accordance with the Adopted Plan of Management.
To enter into agreements regarding the construction of dividing fences for land adjoining Council owned land
To enter into agreements regarding the construction of dividing fences for land adjoining Council owned land within the provisions of the NSW Dividing Fences Act 1991 and/or the payment of a Council contribution for the construction of the fence in accordance with the Probity-Dealings with Council Owned Land Policy.
NSW Dividing Fences Act 1991



09 - ADMINISTRATION - EMPLOYMENT DELEGATIONS

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Accept resignations
Accept resignations in accordance with Council's Resignation Procedure and Staff Retirement/Resignation Protocol.
Allocate and organise staff within the Department/Section
Allocate and organise staff within the Department/Section in accordance with Council's relevant Policies, Protocols and Procedures.
Allocate and organise staff within the Group
Allocate and organise staff within the Group in accordance with Council's relevant Policies, Protocols and Procedures.
Appraise performance or assess competence.
Appraise performance or assess competence in accordance with Council's Performance (Bonus) Procedure.
Approve Annual Leave.
Approve Annual Leave in accordance with Council's Provisions for Employee Leave Protocol.
Approve Council agreements
Approve Council agreements for a group, department, section or team in accordance with relevant legislation and Council Policy.
Approve leave without pay
Approve leave without pay in accordance with Council's Provisions for Employee Leave Protocol .
Approve Long Service Leave.
Approve Long Service Leave in accordance with Council's Provisions for Employee Leave Protocol.
Approve payment of reasonable expenses incurred by Councillors or Senior Staff
Approve payment of reasonable expenses incurred by Councillors( in accordance with the Councillors Fees, Expenses and Facilities Policy) or Senior Staff (in accordance wtih the Staff-Attendance at Meetings and Committees of Council Protocol) with their attendance at meetings and conferences.
Approve Rostered Days Off (RDO).
Approve Rostered Days Off (RDO) in accordance with Council's Provisions for Employee Leave Protocol and Flexible Working Hours Protocol (pilot).
Approve secondment or lateral transfer
Approve secondment or lateral transfer in accordance with section 354G of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 354G

Approve Sick and Carers’ leave.
Approve Sick and Carers’ Leave in accordance with Council's Provisions for Employee Leave Protocol.
Approve special arrangements to reconcile work and family responsibilities
Approve special arrangements to reconcile work and family responsibilities in accordance with Council's Flexible Working Hours Protocol and Procedure.
Approve Special Leave
Approve Special Leave (Bereavement, Supporting Parent, Maternity Leave) in accordance with Council's Provisions for Employee Leave Protocol.
Approve terminations of employment
Approve terminations of employment in accordance with the State Award and the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993


Approve the attendance of staff at any seminar
Approve the attendance of staff at any seminar, conference and/or meeting in accordance with Council’s Staff-Attendance at Meetings of Council and Committees Protocol.
Approve the attendance of staff at any training course
Approve the attendance of staff at any training course in accordance with Council’s Staff Training Procedure.
Approve the span and spread of ordinary hours for an individual
Approve the span and spread of ordinary hours for an individual in accordance with Council's adopted Policies, Protocols and Procedures.
Approve the taking of time in lieu
Approve the taking of time in lieu in accrodance with Council's Provisions for Employee Leave Protocol.
Approve timesheets and attendance sheets for payment of staff within area of responsibility
Approve timesheets and attendance sheets for payment of staff within area of responsibility in accordance with Council's Indoor Time Sheet Procedure and Outdoor Time Sheet Procedure.
Approve working from home arrangements
Approve working from home arrangements in accordance with Council's Working from Home Procedure.
Authorise additional ordinary hours of work
Authorise additional ordinary hours of work.
Authorise financial assistance to staff
Authorise financial assistance to staff undertaking tertiary studies in accordance with Council's Pay Administration System Procedure.
Authorise findings and actions
Authorise findings and actions resulting from an investigation.
Authorise payment of overtime or accrual of time in lieu
Authorise payment of overtime or accrual of time in lieu.
Authorise requisitions
Authorise requisitions for the recruitment of staff in accordance with Council's Recruitment and Selection of Applicants Protocol and Procedure.
Authorise the temporary appointment of additional staff
Authorise the temporary appointment of additional staff resources  in accordance with Council's Recruitment and Selection of Applicants Protocol and Procedure.
Authorise timesheets and attendance sheets for accuracy
Authorise timesheets and attendance sheets for accuracy in accordance with Council's Indoor Time Sheet Procedure and Outdcoor Time Sheet Procedure.
Communicate and engage with unions
Communicate and engage with unions in accordance with Council's relevant Policies, Protocols and Procedures.
Conduct Work Health and Safety incident investigation
Conduct Work, Health and Safety incident investigation in accordance with Council's Work, Health and Safety Protocol.
Deal with and settle notified industrial disputes
Deal with and settle notified industrial disputes in accordance with relevant legislation and Council Policy.
Discipline
Undertake disciplinary action.  Must occur in accordance with any relevant industrial instrument or employment contract.
Grievance.
Settle a grievance in accordance with Council's Grievance and Dispute Procedure.
Induction
Conduct employee induction in accordance with Council's Recruitment and Selection of Applicants Protocol and Procedure.
Negotiate Council agreements
Negotiate Council agreements for a department, section or team in accordance with relevant legislation and Council Policy.
Negotiate whole of organisation agreements
Negotiate whole of organisation agreements in accordance with relevant legislation and Council Policy.
Notify an employee(s) of a pending workplace investigation
Notify an employee(s) of a pending workplace investigation in accordance with relevant legislation and Council Policy.
Notify an employee(s) of pending disciplinary action
Notify an employee(s) of pending disciplinary action in accordance with the Local Government State Award.
Obtain legal advice
Obtain legal advice in relation to industrial and employment related matters.
Provide Council reference
Provide Council Statement of Duties where appropriate in accordance with the Industrial Relations Act, 1996 and the Industrial Relations (General) Regulation 2015.
NSW Industrial Relations Act 1996


NSW Industrial Relations (General) Regulation 2015


Review salaries, wages, remuneration packages
Review salaries, wages, remuneration packages for staff within the ranges specified by Council's adopted salary administration scheme and within the parameters of the adopted budget in accordance with Council's Pay Administration System Protocol and Procedure.
Suspend an employee
Suspend an employee in accordance with the relevant employment contract.
Undertake a workplace investigation.
Undertake a workplace investigation.
Work Health and Safety
Consult with Department, Section or Team in relation to Work Health and Safety matters in accordance with Council's Work, Health and Safety Protocol.


10 - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - FINANCE

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Act as a signatory to the Council's bank account
Act as a signatory to the Council's bank account in accordance with the applicable Accounting Standards.
Act as the Council's Responsible Accounting Officer
Act as the Council's Responsible Accounting Officer pursuant to clause 196 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 196

Authorise development contributions funded expenditure
Authorise "development contributions funded expenditure" in accordance with the Development Contributions Plan adopted by Council.
Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211, to a limit of $1,000
Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Council's Purchasing Protocol, within Council’s adopted budget to a limit of $1,000.00 (including GST) and to approve refunds up to the same limit.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 211

Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211, to a limit of $10,000
Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Council's Purchasing Protocol, within Council’s adopted budget to a limit of $10,000.00 (including GST) and to approve refunds up to the same limit.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 211

Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211, to a limit of $20,000
Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Council's Purchasing Protocol, within Council's adopted budget to a limit of $20,000.00 (including GST) and to approve refunds up to the same limit.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 211

Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211, to a limit of $5,000
Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Council's Purchasing Protocol, within Council’s adopted budget to a limit of $5,000.00 (including GST) and to approve refunds up to the same limit.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 211

Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211, to a limit of $50,000
Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Council's Purchasing Protocol, within Council's adopted budget to a limit of $50,000.00 (including GST) and to approve refunds up to the same limit.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 211

Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211, to a limit of $75,000
Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Council's Purchasing Protocol, within Council's adopted budget and to a limit of $75,000.00 (including GST) and to approve refunds up to the same limit.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 211

Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211, to a limit of $99,999
Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Council’s Purchasing Protocol, within Council's adopted budget to a limit of $99,999.00 (including GST) and to approve refunds up to the same limit.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 211

Authorise expenditure of funds within Council's adopted budget
Authorise expenditure for goods and services for Council pursuant to clause 211 of the NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Council's Purchasing Protocol, within Council's adopted budget and to approve refunds.
NSW Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Clause 211

Authorise the opening of trading accounts
Authorise the opening of trading accounts with the suppliers of goods and services to Council in accordance with Council's Purchasing Protocol.
Authorise the refund of monies
Authorise the refund of monies held in trust, any bond or fees on development, building and subdivision applications or the like where the purpose for holding the monies or bond has been satisfied or the fee was levied or paid in error.
Authorise the sale of obsolete Council plant or equipment
Authorise the sale of obsolete Council plant or equipment in accordance with Council's Disposal of IT Equipment Protocol.
Authorise the waiving of fees for hiring of halls, development applications or road closures
Authorise the waiving of fees for hiring of halls, development applications or road closures under and in accordance with section 610E of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 and in accordance with Council's Reduction or Waiver of Council Fees and Charges Policy and Hardship Policy.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 610E

Authority to negotiate sponsorship
Authority to negotiate sponsorship and in kind support for Council approved events/activities in accordance with Council's Corporate Sponsorship Policy.
Invest the Council's money
Invest the Council's money that is not, for the time being, required by the Council for any other purpose pursuant to section 625 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993, in accordance with Council's Investment Policy and in the form of investment notified by order of the Minister published in the Government Gazette.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 625

Negotiate agreements
Negotiate agreements in accordance with any Council resolution or direction within the budget on behalf of Council.
To prepare and lodge applications for grants
To prepare and lodge applications for grants provided such action is consistent with Council’s Community Strategic Plan amd Delivery Program.


11 - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - RATES

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Authorise amendments to rate records
Authorise amendments to rate records pursuant to section 602 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 602

Authorise and issue certificates
Authorise and issue certificates as to rates and charges pursuant to section 603 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 603

Determine and declare the categorisation of rateable land
Determine and declare the categorisation of rateable land within the Council's area, pursuant to section 514 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 and where applicable regard is to be given to Council's Farmland Rating Policy.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 514

Determine applications for pensioner rate rebates
Determine applications for pensioner rate rebates in accordance with section 575 and 577 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 in accordance with Council's Hardship Policy.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 575

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 577

Determine applications to change the category of rateable land
Determine applications to change the category of rateable land, pursuant to section 525 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 525

Determine applications to have accrued interest written off
Determine applications to have accrued interest written off, pursuant to sections 567, 575 and 601 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 in accordance with Council's Hardship Policy.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 601

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 575

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 567

Make an appropriate adjustment of rates paid or payable
Make an appropriate adjustment of rates paid or payable following a change in the category of rateable land, pursuant to section 527 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 527

To approve refunds
To approve refunds in respect of overpayments or credit adjustments for rates.
To authorise the entering into of arrangements for the payment of arrears of rates, garbage and miscellaneous charges
To authorise the entering into of arrangements for the payment of arrears of rates, garbage and miscellaneous charges in accordance with Council's Hardship Policy.


12 - PLANNING

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Act as an authorised person, for the purposes of serving a penalty notice
Act as an authorised person, for the purposes of serving a penalty notice pursuant to section 127A of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 127A

Authority to determine an application
Authority to determine an application for the issue of a strata certificate pursuant to section 37 of the NSW Strata Schemes (Freehold Development) Act 1973.
NSW Strata Schemes (Freehold Development) Act 1973
Section 37

Authority to determine an application for a building certificate
Authority to determine and issue an application for a building certificate pursuant to sections 149A to 149F of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 149A to 149D

Authority to enter premises
Authority to enter premises pursuant to section 119D of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 119D

Authority to give notice of the intention to give an Order
Authority to give notice of the intention to give an Order pursuant to section 121H of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 121H

Authority to issue an Order
Authority to issue an Order pursuant to section 121B of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 121B

Authority to issue certificates
Authority to issue planning certificates pursuant to the provisions of section 149 of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 on confirmation of receipt of advice of determination by delegated officer.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 149A

NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 149D

Authority to issue certificates in relation to outstanding notices and orders
Authority to issue certificates in relation to outstanding notices and orders pursuant to section 121ZP of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 or section 735A of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 121ZP

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 735A

Authority to prepare a planning proposal
Authority to prepare a planning proposal (Local Environmental Plan) where Council is the relevant planning authority under section 55 of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 55

Authority to undertake all of Council's functions under Division 4 of Part 3
Authority to undertake all of Council's functions under Division 4 of Part 3 of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act, 1979
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Division 4 of Part 3

Determine a development application
Determine a development application pursuant to section 80 of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 other than an application that has been called up to Council for determination in accordance with the Council and Delegated Determination of Development Applications Policy.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 80

Determine a development application for occupation of a building for human habitation
Determine a development application for occupation of a building for human habitation on the site during the construction of a dwelling on the allotment being an approved structure which meets all controls for the structure as identified in section 2.1.2 of Volume 4 of the Wollondilly Development Control Plan 2016 and section 68 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 68

Wollondilly Development Control Plan 2016
Section 2.1.2 of Volume 4

Determine an application for a complying development certificate
Determine an application for a complying development certificate in accordance with section 85A of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and sign and issue a complying development certificate or advice of refusal to issue such a certificate.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 85A

Determine an application for a subdivision
Determine an application for a subdivision certificate pursuant to the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979 and the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation, 2000.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979


NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000


Determine an application for the extension of the lapsing period for development consent
Determine an application for the extension of the lapsing period for development consent pursuant to section 95A of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 95A

Determine an application for the modification of a complying development certificate
Determine an application for the modification of a complying development certificate in accordance with section 87 of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 87

Determine an application for the modification of consent
Determine an application for the modification of consent pursuant to section 96 or 96AA of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 96

NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 96AA

Determine Development applications
Determine Development applications pursuant to section 80 of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and any associated application for approval under section 68 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 for:
• single dwelling development on an existing allotment,
• buildings that are ancillary to an existing single dwelling, such as a garage, shed, pergola, dwelling house addition, swimming pool or the like, but not including a building that is attached or ancillary to a building that is a heritage item listed under Schedule 5 of the Wollondilly Local Environmental Plan 2011,
• Class 10a and Class 10b buildings.
In accordance with Council's Council and Delegated Determination of Development Applications Policy.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 80

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 68

Exercise the functions of a Principal Certifying Authority
Exercise the functions of a Principal Certifying Authority on behalf of Council under the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979

Issue certificates
Issue certificates pursuant to Part 4A of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Part 4A

Make a complaint to the Building Professionals Board
To make a complaint to the Building Professionals Board against an accreditation holder in respect of the accreditation holder’s professional conduct in accordance with section 21 of the NSW Building Professionals Act 2005.
Building Professionals Act 2005
Section 21

May consider and review representation received from person issued a Penalty Infringement Notice (PIN) via the State Debt Recovery Office
May consider and review representation from person issued a Penalty Infringement Notice, (PIN) via the State Debt Recovery Office and give instruction to the State Debt Recovery Office to retract Penalty Infringement Notice, if considered appropriate in accordance with Council's Compliance Policy.
NB Review may not be carried out and instruction to retract PIN given if the person who has the benefit of the Delegation was the Officer who originally issued the PIN.
Review a determination of application
Review a determination of application pursuant to section 82A (other than a review of a determination made by the council) or section 96AB of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 82A

NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 96AB

To determine that a tree or vegetation to which clause 5.9 of the Wollondilly Local Environmental Plan 2011 applies
To determine that a tree or vegetation to which clause 5.9 of the Wollondilly Local Environmental Plan 2011 and Wollondilly Development Control Plan 2016 Volume 1 Part 10 applies is dying or dead and is not required as the habitat of native fauna, or that the tree or vegetation is a risk to human life or property.
Wollondilly Local Environmental Plan 2011
Clause 5.9

Wollondilly Development Control Plan 2016
Volume 1, Part 10

To revoke or modify a development consent in accordance with section 96A
To revoke or modify a development consent in accordance with section 96A of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 96A

To revoke or regrant a development consent in accordance with section 103
To revoke or regrant a development consent in accordance with section 103 of the NSW Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979
Section 103

To sign a development application lodgement on behalf of the Council
To sign a development application lodgement on behalf of the Council in respect of development relating to Council buildings and recreational facilities and having regard to any applicable Plan of Management.


13 - REGULATORY - LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1993

DelegationCompliances
Act as an authorised person for the purpose of confiscating recreational equipment
Act as an authorised person for the purpose of confiscating recreational equipment pursuant to section 681A of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 681A

Act as an authorised person for the purpose of removing an offender from community land
Act as an authorised person for the purpose of removing an offender from community land pursuant to section 681 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 681

Act as an authorised person, for the purposes of serving a penalty notice
Act as an authorised person, for the purposes of serving a penalty notice pursuant to section 679 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 679

Authorise the alternate payment arrangements for Developer Contributions
Authorise the alternate payment arrangements for Developer Contributions and Planning Proposals under and in accordance with section 610E of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 610E

Carry out work required by an Order
Carry out work required by an Order if a person has failed to comply with that Order under section 678 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 678

Enter premises
Enter premises under section 191 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 subject to and in accordance with Part 2 of Chapter 8 of the Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 191

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Part 2 of Chapter 8

Give notice of intention to serve an order
Give notice of intention to serve an order pursuant to section 132 of the NSW Local Government Act1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 132

Issue an order
Issue an order pursuant to section 124 or section 125 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 124

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 125

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council (section 68 - A1, A2 & A4)
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Chapter 7 Part 1 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 (Excluding section 82) for the following activities listed in the table of section 68 - A1, A2 & A4.
NSW Local Government Act 1993

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council (section 68 - B4, B5 & B6)
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Chapter 7 Part 1 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 (Excluding section 82) for the following activities listed in the table of section 68 - B4, B5 & B6.
NSW Local Government Act 1993

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council (section 68 - C2, C3, C5 & C6)
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Chapter 7 Part 1 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 (Excluding section 82) for the following activities listed in the table of section 68 - C2, C3, C5 & C6.
NSW Local Government Act 1993

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council (section 68 - D3)
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Chapter 7 Part 1 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 (Excluding section 82) for the following activities listed in the table of section 68 - D3.
NSW Local Government Act 1993

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council (section 68 – E1 & E2)
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Chapter 7 Part 1 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 (Excluding section 82) for the following activities listed in the table of section 68 – E1 & E2.
NSW Local Government Act 1993

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council (section 68 – F1, F2, F3 & F7)
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Chapter 7 Part 1 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 (Excluding section 82) for the following activities listed in the table of section 68 – F1, F2, F3 & F7.
NSW Local Government Act 1993

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council (section 68 – F10)
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Chapter 7 Part 1 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 (Excluding section 82) for the following activities listed in the table of section 68 – F10.
NSW Local Government Act 1993

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council (section 68 – F4 & F5)
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Chapter 7 Part 1 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 (Excluding section 82) for the following activities listed in the table of section 68 – F4 & F5.
NSW Local Government Act 1993

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council (section 68 excluding C1)
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Chapter 7 Parts 1, 2 & 3 of the NSW Local Government Act 1993 (Excluding section 82, 152, 153, 165) for the activities listed in the table of section 68 excluding C1.
NSW Local Government Act 1993

To undertake works of a non-public nature on private land
To undertake works of a non-public nature on private land in accordance with section 67(2) of the NSW Local Government Act 1993.
NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 67(2)



14 - REGULATORY - IMPOUNDING ACT 1993

DelegationCompliances
Exercise the powers of an Impounding Officer
Exercise the powers of an Impounding Officer within the meaning of the NSW Impounding Act 1993.
NSW Impounding Act, 1993



15 - REGULATORY - COMPANION ANIMALS ACT 1998

DelegationCompliances
Act as an authorised officer within the meaning of the NSW Companion Animals Act 1998
Act as an authorised officer within the meaning of the NSW Companion Animals Act 1998.
NSW Companion Animals Act, 1998

Issue a notice for the registration of an animal
Issue a notice for the registration of an animal pursuant to section 10B of the NSW Companion Animals Act 1998.
NSW Companion Animals Act, 1998
Section 10B

Revoke a dangerous dog declaration
Revoke a dangerous dog declaration pursuant to section 39 of the NSW Companion Animals Act 1998.
NSW Companion Animals Act, 1998
Section 39

Sell or destroy a surrendered animal
Sell or destroy a surrendered animal pursuant to section 64 and 64A of the NSW Companion Animals Act 1998.
NSW Companion Animals Act, 1998
Section 64

NSW Companion Animals Act, 1998
Section 64A



16 - REGULATORY - SWIMMING POOLS ACT 1992

DelegationCompliances
Act as an authorised officer
Act as an authorised officer in accordance with section 27 of the NSW Swimming Pools Act 1992.
NSW Swimming Pools Act 1992
Section 27

Determine an application
Determine an application for certificate of compliance in accordance with section 22 of the NSW Swimming Pools Act 1992.
NSW Swimming Pools Act 1992
Section 22

Determine an application for exemption from the barrier requirements
Determine an application for exemption from the barrier requirements pursuant to section 22 of the NSW Swimming Pools Act 1992.
NSW Swimming Pools Act 1992
Section 22

Issue a direction
Issue a direction pursuant to section 23 of the NSW Swimming Pools Act 1992.
NSW Swimming Pools Act 1992
Section 23



17 - REGULATORY - FOOD ACT 2003 AND FOOD STANDARDS CODE

DelegationCompliances
Act as an authorised officer
Act as an authorised officer for the purposes of the NSW Food Act 2003.
NSW Food Act 2003

Approve dispensations and alternative methods of compliance
Approve dispensations and alternative methods of compliance in regard to the Food Standards Code’s Standard 3.2.2 (Clause 15 and 17) and Standard 3.2.3 (Clause 10 and 14).
Food Standards Code
Standard 3.2.2, Clause 15 and 17

Food Standards Code
Standard 3.2.3, Clause 10 and 14

Serve a prohibition order
Serve a prohibition order on the proprietor under section 60 of the NSW Food Act 2003.
NSW Food Act 2003
Section 60



18 - REGULATORY - PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 2010

DelegationCompliances
Act as an authorised officer
Act as an authorised officer pursuant to section 126 of the NSW Public Health Act 2010.
NSW Public Health Act 2010
Section 126

Issue a prohibition order
Issue a prohibition order pursuant to section 45 of the NSW Public Health Act 2010.
NSW Public Health Act 2010
Section 45

Supervise exhumations
Supervise exhumations in accordance with clause 72 of the NSW Public Health Regulation 2012.
NSW Public Health Regulation 2012
Clause 72

To exercise the Council's functions as a cemetery authority
To exercise the Council's functions as a 'cemetery authority' under Part 8 of the Public Health Regulation 2012.
NSW Public Health Regulation 2012
Part 8



19 - REGULATORY - PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT OPERATIONS ACT 1997 & REGULATIONS 2009

DelegationCompliances
Act as an authorised officer
Act as an authorised officer pursuant to section 187 of the NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.
NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997
Section 187

Determine applications for burning
Determine applications for burning under clause 13 of the NSW Protection of the Environment Operations (Clean Air) Regulation 2010 where the proposal is not inconsistent with the Council’s Backyard Burning Protocol.
NSW Protection of the Environment Operations (Clean Air) Regulation 2010
Clause 13

Exercise the functions of an enforcement officer
Exercise the functions of an enforcement officer under Division 3 of Part 8.2 of the NSW Protection of the Environment (Operations) Act 1997 pursuant to clause 81 of the NSW Protection of the Environment Operations (General) Regulation 2009.
NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997
Division 3 of Part 8.2

NSW Protection of the Environment Operations (General) Regulation 2009
Clause 81

Issue a direction to clean-up premises
Issue a direction to clean-up premises pursuant to section 91 of the NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.
NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997
Ssection 91

Issue a noise control notice
Issue a noise control notice pursuant to section 264 of the NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.
NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997
Section 264

Issue prevention notices
Issue prevention notices pursuant to section 96 of the NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.
NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997
Section 96

Revoke a noise control notice
Revoke a noise control notice pursuant to section 266 of the NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.
NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997
Section 266

Undertake clean-up action
Undertake clean-up action pursuant to section 92 of the NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.
NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997
Section 92

Vary or revoke prevention notices
Vary or revoke prevention notices pursuant to section 110 of the NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.
NSW Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997
Section 110



20 - REGULATORY - NOXIOUS WEEDS ACT 1993

DelegationCompliances
Act as an inspector
Act as an inspector pursuant to section 39 of the NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993.
NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993
Section 39

Act as an inspector
Act as an inspector or authorised officer in accordance with section 45 of the NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993.
NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993
Section 45

Authorise works for a non-compliance
Authorise works for a non-compliance of an order in accordance with section 20 of the NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993.
NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993
Section 20

Exercise Council’s function
Exercise Council’s functions under the NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993 pursuant to sections 36 and 36A of the NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993.
NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993
Section 36

NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993
Section 36A

Give prior notice of intention to issue a weed control notice
Give prior notice of intention to issue a weed control notice pursuant to section 18A of the NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993.
NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993
Section 18A

Issue a weed control notice
Issue a weed control notice pursuant to section 18 of the NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993.
NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993
Section 18

Issue an order
Issue an order pursuant to section 12 and section 15 of the NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993.
NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993
Section 12

NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993
Section 15



21 - REGULATORY - CONVEYANCING ACT 1919

DelegationCompliances
Execute instruments
Execute instruments under Part 6 Division 4 of the NSW Conveyancing Act 1919 and make application to create, alter or extinguish any easements or restrictive or positive covenants under Part 6 Division 4 of the NSW Conveyancing Act, 1919.
NSW Conveyancing Act 1919
Part 6, Division 4



22 - REGULATORY - CHILDREN (EDUCATION & CARE SERVICES) SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS ACT 2011

DelegationCompliances
To act on behalf of the Council
To act on behalf of the Council, which is an 'approved provider' for the purposes of the NSW Children (Education and Care Services) Supplementary Provisions Act 2011.
NSW Children (Education & Care Services) Supplementary Provisions Act, 2011



23 - REGULATORY - PLUMBING & DRAINAGE ACT 2011

DelegationCompliances
The functions of the plumbing regulator
The functions of the plumbing regulator to monitor compliance with this Act, ensure that any plumbing and drainage work carried out does not threaten public health or safety.
NSW Plumbing & Drainage Act, 2011



24 - REGULATORY - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

DelegationCompliances
Act as an authorised person
Act as an authorised person within the meaning of the NSW Rural Fires Act 1997.
NSW Rural Fires Act 1997

To conduct public awareness and educational programs
To conduct public awareness and educational programs associated with the State Emergency Services.
To co-ordinate and make available the use of Council’s resources in the event of, preparation for responses to and recovery from emergencies
To co-ordinate and make available the use of Council’s resources in the event of, preparation for responses to and recovery from emergencies as deemed appropriate and in respect to a reasonable request from the State Emergency Management Committee.
To coordinate the Local Emergency Management Committee
To coordinate the Local Emergency Management Committee pursuant to the NSW State Emergency and Rescue Management Act 1989.
NSW State Emergency and Rescue Management Act 1989



26 - TRANSPORT AND ROADS

DelegationCompliances
Act as an authorised officer
Act as an authorised officer in accordance with Section 142 of the NSW Road Transport Act 2013.
NSW Road Transport (Safety &Traffic Management) Act 1999

Alter landform of land adjoining public road without acquiring land
Alter landform of land adjoining public road without acquiring land pursuant to Section 92 (1) of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Approve the erection of a public gate or the construction of a by-pass
Approve the erection of a public gate or the construction of a by-pass around a public gate pursuant to Section 128 and 133 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

NSW Roads Act 1993

Authorise the holder of a footway dining approval to erect and maintain structures
Authorise the holder of a footway dining approval to erect and maintain structures in, on or over any part of a footway pursuant to Section 126 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Authority to enter upon any land
Authority to enter upon any land pursuant to Part 11 Division 1 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Authority to submit requests to the electricity authority
Authority to submit requests to the electricity authority for additions or improvements to street lighting and authorise works to proceed and Council to bear the additional annual charge in accordance with any relevant Policy, Protocol or Procedure.
Carry out drainage work
Carry out drainage work across land adjoining a public road pursuant to Section 94 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Carry out road work on a public road under Council’s control
Carry out road work on a public road under Council’s control pursuant to Section 71 of NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Determine an application for footway dining approval
Determine an application for footway dining approval pursuant to Section 125 of the NSW Roads Act1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Determine an application for the display of banners in roads, parks and reserves
To determine an application for the display of banners in roads, parks and reserves under Council's control in accordance with any relevant Policy, Protocol or Procedure.
Determine applications for minor encroachments within residential allotments
Determine applications for minor encroachments within residential allotments upon drainage easements registered in Council's favour in accordance with any relevant Policy, Protocol or Procedure.
Determine applications for temporary road and footpath closures
Determine applications for temporary road and footpath closures in accordance with Council's Road Closures Policy.
Determine applications for the construction or repair of vehicle crossings
Determine applications for the construction or repair of vehicle crossings in accordance with any relevant Policy, Protocol or Procedure.
Determine applications for works and structures to be conducted on or over public roads
Determine applications for works and structures to be conducted on or over public roads pursuant to Section 138 of the NSW Roads Act 1993. Includes road opening permit and private pipelines inroads.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Determine the amount of contribution to which any owner of land adjoining a public road is required to contribute
Determine the amount of contribution to which any owner of land adjoining a public road is required to contribute to the cost incurred in construction or paving of any adjacent kerb, gutter or footway pursuant to Section 217 of the NSW Roads Act 1993 in accordance with Council's Contributions to Kerb, Gutter and Footpaths Policy.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct a person having control of work or structures in, on or over a public road to alter the work, structure or location of the works
Direct a person having control of work or structures in, on or over a public road to alter the work, structure or location of the works pursuant to Section 98 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct an irrigation corporation, a private irrigation board, a private drainage board or a private water trust
Direct an irrigation corporation, a private irrigation board, a private drainage board or a private water trust (within the meaning of the NSW Water Management Act 2000) to repair or maintain any water supply work or drainage work pursuant to Section 99 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct any person by whom a public road is dug to restore the road to its previous condition
Direct any person by whom a public road is dug to restore the road to its previous condition pursuant to Section 101 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct persons entitled to place utility services in, on or over a public road
Direct persons entitled to place utility services in, on or over a public road pursuant to Section 97 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct persons who cause an obstruction or encroachment on a public road to remove the obstruction or encroachment
Direct persons who cause an obstruction or encroachment on a public road to remove the obstruction or encroachment pursuant to Section 107 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct the occupier of land in the vicinity of a public road to alter a fence or prepare or repair floodgate
Direct the occupier of land in the vicinity of a public road to alter a fence or prepare or repair floodgate pursuant to Section 96 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct the occupier of land to remove obstructions
Direct the occupier of land to remove obstructions and prevent its recurrence pursuant to Section 95 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct the owner of a private road to carry out works
Direct the owner of a private road to carry out works pursuant to Section 86 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct the owner of any land adjoining a public road to fill in excavation works
Direct the owner of any land adjoining a public road to fill in excavation works to ensure the stability of the road pursuant to Section 93 of the NSW Roads Act 1993
NSW Roads Act 1993

Direct the owner or occupier of land to erect or install fences, lights or other equipment
Direct the owner or occupier of land to erect or install fences, lights or other equipment on or around any premises on the land that are, in the opinion of the Roads Authority, in a sufficiently dangerous condition to threaten the safety of persons or property on a public road in the vicinity of the premise pursuant to Section 103 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Enter into agreements with the Roads and Maritime Services
Enter into agreements with the Roads and Maritime Services pursuant to Section 62 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Give notice of intention to enter land
Give notice of intention to enter land pursuant to Section 166 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

In accordance with section 238 of the NSW Roads Act 1993, to take such action
In accordance with section 238 of the NSW Roads Act 1993, to take such action as is necessary to give effect to a direction under the Act if the direction is not complied with in accordance its terms.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Issue a parking permit
Issue a parking permit pursuant to clause 124 of the NSW Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Regulation 1999.
NSW Road Transport (Safety &Traffic Management) Act 1999

Issue a permit to conduct a road event on a public road
Issue a permit to conduct a road event on a public road pursuant to Section 144 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Issue or extend a street vending consent
Issue or extend a street vending consent pursuant to Section 139A and 139D of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

NSW Roads Act 1993

Lease land comprising a public road
Lease land comprising a public road pursuant to section 153 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Make application for the closing of a public road
Make application for the closing of a public road pursuant to Section 34 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Name and number public roads
Name and number public roads for which Council is the roads authority pursuant to Section 162 of the NSW Roads Act 1993 in accordance with Council's Property Address Policy.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Prepare a proposal to fix the levels of a public road
Prepare a proposal to fix the levels of a public road or to vary the existing levels of a public road pursuant to Part 3 Division 3 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Regulate traffic on a public road
Regulate traffic on a public road pursuant to Part 8, Division 1 & 4 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Remove or lop any tree or vegetation that is on or overhanging a public road
Remove or lop any tree or vegetation that is on or overhanging a public road pursuant to Section 88 of the NSW Roads Act 1993 in accordance with Council's Tree Risk Management Protocol.
NSW Roads Act 1993

Revoke a permit for the erection of a public gate or the construction of a by-pass
Revoke a permit for the erection of a public gate or the construction of a by-pass around a public gate pursuant to Section 130 and 136 of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

NSW Roads Act 1993

Revoke a street vending consent
Revoke a street vending consent pursuant to Section 139C of the NSW Roads Act 1993.
NSW Roads Act 1993

To Act as an authorised officer
To act as an authorised officer pursuant to section 251 of the NSW Roads Act 1993, for the purposes of the NSW Roads Act 1993 and the regulations made thereunder
NSW Roads Act 1993

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 10
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Divison 10, Rule 211 of the Road Rules 2014 Regulation.
NSW Road Rules 2014 Regulation
Part 12, Division 10, Rule 211

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 2
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 2 Rule 168, 168-1 and 169 of the Road Rules 2014 Regulation.
NSW Road Rules 2014 Regulation
Part 12, Division 2, Rule 168, 168-1 and 169

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 4
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 4, Rule 176, 176-1, 177 and 178 of the Road Rules 2014 Regulation.
NSW Road Rules 2014 Regulation
Part 12, Division 4, Rule 176, 176-1, 177 and 178

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 5
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 5, Rule 179 to 186 of the Road Rules 2014 Regulation. 
NSW Road Rules 2014 Regulation
Part 12, Divisoin 5, Rule 179 to 186 (inclusive)

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 6
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Divison 6, Rule 187 to 203A (inclusive) of the Road Rules 2014 Regulation.
NSW Road Rules 2014 Regulation
Part 12, Division 6, Rule 187 to 203A (inclusive)

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 7
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 7, Rule 204 to 207-9 (inclusive) of the Road Rules 2014 Regulation.
NSW Road Rules 2014 Regulation
Part 12, Division 7, Rule 204 to 207-9 (inclusive)

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 8
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 8, Rule 208, 208A and 209 of the Road Rules 2014 Regulation.
NSW Road Rules 2014 Regulation
Part 12, Division 8, Rule 208, 208A and 209

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 9
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 9, Rule 210 of the Road Rules 2014 Regulation.
NSW Road Rules 2014 Regulation
Part 12, Division 9, Rule 210

To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contaned in Part 12, Division 3
To exercise the regulatory functions of Council contained in Part 12, Division 3, Rule 170 to 175 (inclusive) of the Road Rules 2014 Regulation.
NSW Road Rules 2014 Regulation
Part 12, Division 3, Rule 170 to 175 (inclusive)



27 - MISCELLANEOUS

DelegationCompliances
Authority to make Local Environmental Plan amendments
Resolution No. 185/2017
That both Council and the General Manager agree to the Director Planning and the Manager Sustainable Growth, having delegated authority to make a Local Environmental Plan Amendment.
NSW Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979


NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 381

Delegation to Recommend Council Officers for Building Accreditation
Resolution No. 150/2010
That the General Manager (or their delegate) be delegated to assess and recommend Council officers for accreditation under the Building Professionals Act 2005.
Building Professionals Act 2005

Delegations - Noxious Weeds Act, 1993
Resolution No. 135/2012
That Council elects to delegate and authorise any and all functions under the Noxious Weeds Act, 1993, to the following positions:
General Manager
Manager Environmental Services
Environmental Services Team Leader
Environment Officer - Noxious Weed Management
NSW Noxious Weeds Act 1993

Delegations under Plumbing and Drainage Act, 2011
Resolution No. 14/2013
1. That Council formally accept the delegations from plumbing regulator (Fair Trading) under Section 21 to the Plumbing and Drainage Act, 2011.
2. That Council notify Fair Trading in writing of its acceptance of the delegation.
3. That Council sub-delegate the functions delegated to it by the plumbing regulator (Fair Trading) to the General Manager.
4. That Delegations for Authorised professional staff be sought from the General Manager to reflect the requirements of Section 378 of the Local Government Act, 1993.
NSW Plumbing & Drainage Act, 2011
Section 21

NSW Local Government Act 1993
Section 378

Instrument of Delegation - Permits
I, Bruce George Baird, Chairperson of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator Board, pursuant to the Authorisation of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator Board made 3 February 2014, hereby delegate under Section 661(1)(b) of the Heavy Vehicle National Law as applied in participating jurisdictions (the National Law) to each Road Manager in New South Wales those functions specified in Column 1 and Column 2 of Schedule 1, subject to the limitations (if any) specified in Column 3 of Schedule 1.
The Delegate may sub-delegate the functions specified in Schedule 1 to suitably qualified persons who are subject to the direction and control of the delegate, for the purpose of giving effect to the National Law.
This instrument has effect for twelve calendar months from the date of its execution.
This instrument replaces and revokes the previous instrument of delegation of Regulator's powers under Chapter 4 Part 4.5 Division 3, Part 4.6 Division 4 and 5, and Chapter 11 Part 11.2 of the Heavy Vehicle National Law to the Chief Executive of Roads and Maritime Services issued on 21 February 2014.
This Instrument comprises this page and Schedule 1, comprising 2 pages total.  No other material forms part of the Instrument.
This Delegation including Schedule 1 can be viewed in TRIM 2103#39.
Heavy Vehicle National Law






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