Closed Exhibition: Draft Enforcement Policy

Submissions Close 14 August 2018

This is an archived closed exhibition - if you are looking for the Approved Enforcement Policy please visit our Policies Register.

History

Council at its meeting of 12 June 2018, resolved to place the draft Enforcement Policy on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.

The Enforcement Policy aims to establish clear guidelines and protocols for Council staff in the management of Council’s regulatory activities. It is also intended to assist Council staff to act promptly, effectively and consistently in response to allegations of unlawful activity.

The draft Enforcement Policy provides structure for consistency and transparency in decision making regarding compliance and enforcement issues and assists in facilitating a proportionate approach to compliance and enforcement based on risk and impact.

The draft Enforcement Policy outlines matters for consideration through the various stages of the process from receipt of unlawful activity complaints through to the types of enforcement options available.

Enquiries: Craig Woods on 9843 0292 or email cwoods@thehills.nsw.gov.au

Submissions: Have Closed.