Compliance and Enforcement Policy

A revised draft Compliance and Enforcement Policy has been developed by Council in line with the Ombudsman’s Model Compliance and Enforcement Policy (2015). The purpose of the Policy is to guide Council officers, responsible for unlawful activity with respect to compliance and enforcement and proactive compliance monitoring and enforcement. It provides the framework to ensure the service is accountable and transparent, consistent, proportional and timely, and assists the community in understanding Council's role in relation to compliance and enforcement activities. Consequently, at its meeting on 11 December 2018, Council resolved to place the revised Compliance and Enforcement Policy on public exhibition for a period of two months and seek submissions from interested parties.

In accordance with that decision, Council’s Draft Compliance and Enforcement Policy is placed on public exhibition until Wednesday, 6 March 2019 and may be viewed in the Document Library to right of your screen, on Council’s website at www.hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au or at Council’s Administration Building, 366 George Street, Windsor. For further information, please contact Council’s Manager Regulatory Services on (02) 4560 4444 or attention email enquiries accordingly to council@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au.

If you would like to make a submission, Council will receive these, in writing, addressed to the General Manager, Hawkesbury City Council, PO Box 146, Windsor NSW 2756, by fax to (02) 4587 7740, by email to council@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au or via the submission form provided below up to close of business on Wednesday, 6 March 2019. Council will consider all submissions received at a subsequent Council Meeting.

Should you lodge a submission, it will be considered, along with any other submissions received and may be included in Council’s meeting business paper. Your submission, including any personal information, is accessible by any person upon written application, subject to Council’s Privacy Management Plan and the GIPA Act. The inclusion of personal information in your submission is voluntary but, if not provided, may affect consideration of the submission. The information will ultimately be stored in Council’s records system.

A revised draft Compliance and Enforcement Policy has been developed by Council in line with the Ombudsman’s Model Compliance and Enforcement Policy (2015). The purpose of the Policy is to guide Council officers, responsible for unlawful activity with respect to compliance and enforcement and proactive compliance monitoring and enforcement. It provides the framework to ensure the service is accountable and transparent, consistent, proportional and timely, and assists the community in understanding Council's role in relation to compliance and enforcement activities. Consequently, at its meeting on 11 December 2018, Council resolved to place the revised Compliance and Enforcement Policy on public exhibition for a period of two months and seek submissions from interested parties.

In accordance with that decision, Council’s Draft Compliance and Enforcement Policy is placed on public exhibition until Wednesday, 6 March 2019 and may be viewed in the Document Library to right of your screen, on Council’s website at www.hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au or at Council’s Administration Building, 366 George Street, Windsor. For further information, please contact Council’s Manager Regulatory Services on (02) 4560 4444 or attention email enquiries accordingly to council@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au.

If you would like to make a submission, Council will receive these, in writing, addressed to the General Manager, Hawkesbury City Council, PO Box 146, Windsor NSW 2756, by fax to (02) 4587 7740, by email to council@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au or via the submission form provided below up to close of business on Wednesday, 6 March 2019. Council will consider all submissions received at a subsequent Council Meeting.

Should you lodge a submission, it will be considered, along with any other submissions received and may be included in Council’s meeting business paper. Your submission, including any personal information, is accessible by any person upon written application, subject to Council’s Privacy Management Plan and the GIPA Act. The inclusion of personal information in your submission is voluntary but, if not provided, may affect consideration of the submission. The information will ultimately be stored in Council’s records system.