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Council expects its contractors and consultants, the people who are employed by contractors and consultants and their associates, who are working on its behalf to comply with this code of conduct.
Amended: 5 August 2013
Amended 5 August 2013
This filming protocol has been developed by the Department of Local Government, with the goals of supporting the screen industry and meeting the needs of the local community.
Submission of application for demolition of a building
Council has adopted a policy on the Handling and Disposal of Asbestos. The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance, awareness and controls for the handling and disposal of asbestos.Willoughby City Council requires that any works associated with asbestos, irrespective of the quantity, must be undertaken by a licensed removalist.
Guidelines for assessment of Council Development Applications.
This policy ensures that all buildings in the council area are fire safety compliant and that Council will undertake its own obligations, and sets guidelines for audits and inspections.
Council will ensure that its resources are fairly distributed and rights and responsibilities of all people are recognised.
Establishes guidelines to be considered if Council is asked to endorse or support events or other community activities.
This policy outlines Council's standing on Council employees and family members applying for Grants.
Willoughby City Council’s public art policy is a commitment to the integration of a broad range of distinctive public art within appropriate Council property developments, and to encouraging the private sector to create a quality environment for the publicly accessible spaces of their developments.
This Policy is currently being reviewed. Please contact Council for further information .
Willoughby Collection Policy
This policy establishes a framework for the implementation of a records management program for records received and created by Councillors.
This policy provides Willoughby City Council with a framework for managing its large portfolio of assets. It identifies parameters to help us deliver assets and services that are both cost effective and representative of community need.
The aim of this policy is to clearly define a framework, responsibilities and guidelines for Council Officers to manage the disposal of assets and scrap or surplus materials.
Hardship Rate Relief Application Form
To provide eligible pensioners with the statutory pensioner concession relating to Rates and Charges under the provisions of Section 575 of the Local Government Act 1993.
This policy has been created to address aspects of rating not covered by existing rating policies.
Naming of Walkways in the City
That Council adopt a policy of public notification where it intends to remove a tree/trees located in a public area/place for which it is responsible for maintenance/management.
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