Register of delegations by CEO to employees

The register of delegations by the Chief Executive Officer to employees is below.

Related policy

2.36 Delegations Register Policy

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

B.01.01. 

Inspector Health Services Level 3
Power to give identifying information to particular persons.
Section 39 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.02.
Inspector Health Services Level 3
Power to recognise a body supervising an exhibition in which a cat or dog is participating.
Section 42(4) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.03.
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health or Customer Service Branch
Power to, by notice, ask for further information or documents reasonably required to register a dog.
Section 48(2) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.04. (A.01.01.)
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health or Customer Service Branch
Power to give registration notice.
Section 49(2) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.05. (A.01.02.)
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Branch
Power to record the information about a registration in the appropriate register.
Section 51 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

B.01.06.
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health or Customer Service Branch
Power to ask the owner of a dog for other information or documents in the way mentioned in section 48.
Section 55(2) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.07.
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health
Power to: update the information in the relevant register; and give the owner a notice of the amended information
Section 55(4) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.08.
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health or Customer Service Branch
Power to give renewal notice to renew registration for a dog.
Section 56(1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.09.
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health or Customer Service Branch
Power to ask the owner of a dog for other information or documents in the way mentioned in section 48.
Section 58(2) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.10.
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health
Power to update information in the appropriate register and give a registration device to the owner of the registered dog. Section 58(4) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.11. (A.01.03.)
Animal Management Officer
Power to recognise a body supervising an exhibition or an obedience trial in which a dog is participating.
Section 64(1) (b) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.12.
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health or Customer Service Branch
Power to require applicant to give a stated document or information that is relevant to a permit application.
Section 74(1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.13.
Animal Management Officer
Power to grant or refuse a permit application within a certain time.
Section 75(1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.14.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to decide whether desexing is likely to be a serious risk to the health of a dog.
Section 75(3) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014
This will be subject to written advice from a qualified Veterinarian.

 

B.01.15.
Animal Management Officer
Power to impose conditions on the grant of an application for a restricted dog permit.
Section 75(5) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.16.
Animal Management Officer
Power to issue a restricted dog permit.
Section 77 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.17.
Animal Management Officer
Power to issue a decision notice after deciding to refuse a permit application.
Section 79 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.18.
Animal Management Officer
Power to grant or refuse a renewal application within a certain time.
Section 84(1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.19.
Animal Management Officer
Power to seek further information in deciding an application for a renewal application.
Section 84(4)(b) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.20.
Animal Management Officer
Power to: if the application is granted, issue a renewed permit; or if the application is refused, issue a decision notice.
Section 84(5) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.21.
Inspector Health Services Level 3
Power to amend a restricted dog permit at any time.
Section 87 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.22. (A.01.04.)
Animal Management Officer
Power to give a dog owner a proposed declaration notice regarding a dog.
Section 90 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.23. (A.01.05.)
Inspector Health Services Level 3
Power to withdraw a proposed declaration notice regarding a dog.
Section 92 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.24. (A.01.06.)
Inspector Health Services Level 3
Power to consider any written representations and evidence within a period stated in a proposed declaration notice and make a regulated dog declaration.
Section 94 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.25. (A.01.07.)
Inspector Health Services Level 3
Power to give an owner of a dog the subject of a proposed declaration notice, a declaration notice or an information notice. Section 95 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.26. (A.01.08.)
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to destroy a surrendered regulated dog.
Section 100 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014
Destruction to be undertaken by a qualified Veterinarian

 

B.01.27. (A.01.09.)
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Branch
Power to recover reasonable seizure or destruction costs.
Section 102 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.28.
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager People and Organisational Development
Power to appoint authorised persons.
Section 104 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.29.
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager People and Organisational Development
Power to determine authorised persons appointment conditions
Section 105(1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.30.
Manager Environmental Health Services Manager Governance, and Manager People and Organisational Development
Power to issue an identity card to each authorised person.
Section 106(1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.31.
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager People and Organisational Development
Power to accept a resignation from an authorised person in the form of a signed notice.
Section 109 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.32.
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager People and Organisational Development
Power to collect the identity card of a person who ceases to be an authorised person.
Section 110 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.33.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to give notice of a proposed inspection program.
Section 114 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.34.
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Branch
Power to inspect information kept in the regulated dog register.
Section 173(1)(b) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.35.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to give notice to the chief executive if a restricted dog is registered in the local government's area or the local government makes a regulated dog declaration in its area.
Section 174(1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.36.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to give the chief executive notice of changed information or notice of a holder's new residential address upon receiving a notice under section 54 or schedule 1.
Section 175(2) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.37.
Manager Environmental Health Services
Power to respond to the chief executive regarding confirmation of particular information.
Section 176(3) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.38.
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Branch
Power to keep the dog registry of the local government.
Section 177(1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.39. (A.01.10.)
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Branch
Power to include other information considered appropriate in the general register.
Section 178(e) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.40.
Manager Governance
Power to accept an application for an internal review of a decision made by Council or an authorised person appointed by Council.
Section 181(2) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.41.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to extend the time for making a general review application.
Section 183(2) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.42.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to conduct an internal review of a concurrent regulated dog declaration and a destruction order at the same time.
Section 185A Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.43.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to conduct an internal review and make a decision to confirm, amend or substitute the original decision.
Section 186 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.44.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to issue the applicant with a notice of internal review decision.
Section 187(2) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.45. (A.01.11.)
Regional Coordinator Regulation and Compliance Level 8
Power to authorise an employee to verify a copy of a document.
Section 198(1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.46.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to sign a certificate about the state of, or a fact in, a record of the local government.
Section 199 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.47.
Manager Environmental Health Services
The chief executive officer of a local government may delegate the chief executive officer's functions under this Act to an officer of the local government.
Section 206 (1) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.01.48.
Coordinator Animal Management Centre Level 6
Power to approve forms for use under the Act.
Section 209(2) Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.02.01. (A.02.01.)
General Manager Planning and Development Services; Manager, Development Services 
Power to endorse a proposed community management statement.
Section 60(3) Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997.
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Conditions and Limitation - Manager, Development Service to sign when General Manager, Planning and Development Group is absent or unavailable to sign.

 

B.02.02. (A.02.02.)
Coordinator Waste Collection Services
Power, as a utility service provider, to enter an agreement with a body corporate in relation to the utility charges for the scheme land.
Section 196(4) Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997
7 May 2014

 

B.02.03. (A.02.03.)
Coordinator Waste Collection Services
Power, as a utility service provider, to ask the registrar to register a charge and to remove the charge when the amount secured by the charge is paid.
Section 197 Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997
7 May 2014

 

B.02.04. (A.02.04.)
Coordinator Waste Collection Services 
Power to enter the common property if necessary to exercise a power conferred under an Act.
Section 316(1) Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.03.01. (A.03.01.) 
Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage 
Power to appoint or employ a private certifier or another building certifier. 
Section 51(2)(b) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.03.02. (A.03.02.) 
Building Surveyor 
Power, as the holder of a registered easement or statutory covenant, to consent to building work. 
Section 65 Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.03. (A.03.03.) 
Manager,  Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power to take the action it considers necessary to complete the building work where the building development approval lapses and the building work is other than demolition. 
Section 92(2) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.03.04. (A.03.04.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power to use all or part of any security given to the local government for the carrying out of the building work. 
Section 92(5) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.03.05. (A.03.05.) 
Building Surveyor 
Power to refund or release part of any security given to the local government for the carrying out of the building work, at any time, having regard to the progress of the building work. 
Section 93(1) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.06. (A.03.06.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power to consult with a private certifier with regard to further extensions of the period under SPA, s 341 (When approval lapses if development not started). 
Section 97(2) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.03.07. (A.03.07.) 
Building Surveyor 
Power, as the assessment manager, to take enforcement action against an owner contravening section 114 of the Act. Section 117 Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.08. (A.03.08.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power to give a building certifier a notice ('show cause notice'). 
Section 206(1) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.03.09. (A.03.09.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power to consider any representations made under the show cause notice and decide to take no further action, or apply to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal to start a disciplinary proceeding against the building certifier. 
Section 207 Building Act 1975
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.03.10. (A.03.10.) 
Building Surveyor
Power to consult with any other entity considered appropriate in deciding an application made by the owner of a budget accommodation building to approve a period for the building under section 220(a)(ii) or (b)(ii) (longer periods for approval). Section 221(2) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.11. (A.03.11) 
Building Surveyor
Power to grant (including with reasonable conditions) or refuse an application made by the owner of a budget accommodation building to approve a period for the building under section 220(a)(ii) or (b)(ii) (longer periods for approval). Section 221(3) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.12. (A.03.12.) 
Building Surveyor
Power to, on written application from the owner, decide whether or not a building conforms with fire safety standards and, if applicable, state what must be done to make the building conform. 
Section 222(2) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.13. (A.03.13.) 
Building Surveyor 
Power to inspect budget accommodation buildings at least once every 3 years. 
Section 228 Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.14. (A.03.14.) 
Building Surveyor 
Power, as local government, to approve, with or without conditions, a later day for a residential care building to comply with section 231AK of the Building Act. 
Section 231AK(a)(iii) and (b)(iii) and section 231AL Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.15. (A.03.15.) 
Building Surveyor
Power to, on application by a pool owner, decide an application for exemption from complying with part of the pool safety standard relating to barriers for a regulated pool due to disability (with or without conditions). 
Section 237 Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.16. (A.03.16.) 
Building Surveyor
Power to give an applicant a show cause notice. 
Section 242(2) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.17. (A.03.17.) 
Building Surveyor
Power to consider any representations made under the show cause notice and give a further notice (a revocation notice) to the applicant, revoking the decision previously given. 
Section 242(3) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.18. (A.03.18.) 
Building Surveyor Pool Inspector 
Power, as owner of adjoining land, to grant access to Council's land to the owner of the other land to carry out fencing work. 
Section 245XG(1) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.19. (A.03.19.) 
Building Surveyor Pool Inspector 
Power, as owner of adjoining land, where Council has carried out urgent fencing work under section 245XK of the Building Act and the owner of the other land is responsible for some or all of the costs of carrying out the fencing work under section 245XH of the Building Act, to require the owner of the other land to contribute a share for any reasonable cost incurred for the fencing work. 
Section 245XN(2) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.20. (A.03.20.) 
Building Surveyor Pool Inspector 
Power to inspect a regulated pool for compliance when a pool safety complaint notice, or section 245I or 245UA notice is received. 
Section 246ADA(2) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.21. (A.03.21.) 
Building Surveyor Pool Inspector 
Power to take necessary enforcement action to ensure the pool complies with the pool safety standard or fencing standards for the pool. 
Section 246ADA(5) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.22. (A.03.22.) 
Building Surveyor Pool Inspector 
Power to cancel pool safety certificate for a regulated pool. 
Section 246AF Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.23. (A.03.23.) 
Building Surveyor
Power to give a notice ('enforcement notice') to the owner of a building, structure or building work. 
Section 248(1) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.24. (A.03.24.) 
Building Surveyor
Power to give an enforcement notice to a person who does not comply with a particular matter in the Building Act 1975. Section 248(2) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.25. (A.03.25.) 
Building Surveyor
Power to give a person a show cause notice. 
Section 248(3) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.26. 
Building Surveyor
Power to authorise an officer to enter a building or structure and remove all persons found there. 
Section 253 Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.27. (A.03.27.) 
Building Surveyor Pool Inspector 
Power, as local government, to make a complaint for an offence against section 245K, 245L or 246AR(2) of the Building Act 1975. 
Section 256(2)(e) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.28. (A.03.28.) 
Building Surveyor Pool Inspector 
Power, as local government, to make a complaint for an offence against section 246AD(2) or 246AJ(4) of the Building Act 1975. 
Section 256(2)(f) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.29. (A.03.29.) 
Building Surveyor 
Power, as local government, to make a complaint for an offence against section 246AP(2) of the Building Act 1975. 
Section 256(2)(g) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.30. (A.03.30.) 
Building Surveyor 
Power, as local government, to make a complaint for an offence against chapter 8, part 4, division 5, subdivision 2, other than section 246ATH(2) of the Building Act 1975. 
Section 256(2)(h) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

 

B.03.31. (A.03.31.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power, as local government, to make a complaint for an offence against chapter 8, part 5 of the Building Act 1975. 
Section 256(2)(i) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.03.32. (A.03.32.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power, as local government, to make a complaint for an offence in the Building Act 1975 other than an offence listed in section 256(2)(a)-(j) of the Building Act. 
Section 256(2)(k) Building Act 1975
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.03.33. (A.03.33.) 
Building Surveyor Pool Inspector 
Power to extend the time for an owner of a swimming pool to comply with section 235 (where an extension under section 49H(11)(b) of the Local Government Act 1936 is still in force. 
Section 262 Building Act 1975
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.04.01. (A.04.01.) 
Local Disaster Coordinator 
Power to provide, at least once a year, written notice of the members of a Local Disaster Management Group to the chief executive and the chairperson for the disaster district in which the Local Disaster Management Group is situated. 
Section 37 Disaster Management Act 2003.
7 May 2014

 

B.04.02. (A.04.01.) 
Local Disaster Coordinator 
Power to enter into an agreement with the chief executive that sets out the responsibilities of each party in relation to the SES in the local government's area. 
Section 88A Disaster Management Act 2003.
7 May 2014

 

B.04.03. (A.04.03.) 
Local Disaster Coordinator 
Power to consult with the chief executive regarding the functions of an ES unit in the local government area. 
Section 90(3) Disaster Management Act 2003.
7 May 2014

 

B.04.04. (A.04.04.) 
Local Disaster Coordinator 
Power to nominate a member to be appointed as an ES unit coordinator by the chief executive. 
Section 94 Disaster Management Act 2003.
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.06.01. (A.06.01.)
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, in cooperation with the chief executive, to develop a healthy waters management plan. 
Section 24(2) Environmental Protection (Water) Policy 2009
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.07.01. (A.07.01.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services 
Power, as an administering authority, to give an applicant a notice about an application that is not a properly made application. 
Section 128 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.02. (A.07.02.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power to agree a further period within which the applicant must give notice under section 128 
Section 129 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.03. (A.07.03.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to give a notice about an application made by joint applicants, to the principal applicant nominated in the application. 
Section 130 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.04. (A.07.04.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to refuse to allow a change to an application if the change would result in the application not being a properly made application and the applicant does not take action to make the remade application properly made. 
Section 132 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.05. (A.07.05.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to give written agreement that a change to an application is a minor change. 
Section 133 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.06. (A.07.06.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to make a written information request to the applicant to give further information needed to assess the application. 
Section 140 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.07. (A.07.07.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to agree to extend the applicant's information request response period. 
Sections 145 and 147 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.08. (A.07.10.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to by written notice to the applicant extend the decision period and further extend the decision period with the written agreement of the applicant. 
Section 168 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.09. (A.07.13.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to refuse a site- specific application or approve a site-specific application subject to conditions. 
Section 172 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.10. (A.07.14.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to impose a condition on an environmental authority or draft environmental authority to which section 115 applies. 
Section 203 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.11. (A.07.15.) 
Administration Officer L2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to amend an environmental authority to correct a clerical or formal error by giving written notice to the holder but only if the amendment does not adversely affect the interests of the holder or anyone else. Section 211 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.12. (A.07.17.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to make an amendment to an environmental authority which is necessary or desirable because of a matter mentioned in section 215(2) or if the holder has agreed in writing to the amendment. 
Section 215 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.13. (A.07.18.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to make other amendments to an environmental authority in accordance with the procedure required by Chapter 5, Part 6, Division 2 or with the written agreement of the authority holder. 
Sections 216 and 219 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.14. (A.07.19.) 
Administration Officer Level 4 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to decide whether an application made by the holder of an environmental authority to amend the authority is a minor or major amendment. 
Section 228 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.15. (A.07.20.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to give written agreement to the continued assessment of a changed application to amend an environmental authority. 
Section 237 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.16. (A.07.21.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to request further information needed to assess a changed amendment application which is not a minor change and to which the information stage applies. 

Section 238(3) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.17. (A.07.23.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to decide to approve or refuse an amendment application. 
Section 240 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.18. (A.07.24.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to decide to approve an application to amalgamate environmental authorities or refuse an amalgamation application to which section 247(1) (b) applies. 
Section 247 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.19. (A.07.25.) 
Administration Officer L2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to approve or refuse an application by the holder of an environmental authority to transfer all or part of the environmental authority to another entity. 
Section 254 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.20. (A.07.27.) 
Administration Officer L2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to make a written request to an applicant to give further information needed to assess an application to surrender an environmental authority. 
Section 265 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.21. (A.07.28.) 
Administration Officer L2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to approve or refuse a surrender application. 
Section 266 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.22. (A.07.29.) 
Administration Officer L2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to cancel or suspend an environmental authority if an event mentioned in section 278(2) has occurred. 
Section 278 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.23. (A.07.30.) 
Administration Officer L2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to decide to suspend or cancel an environmental authority. 
Section 282 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.24. (A.07.31.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to approve or refuse an application made by the holder of an environmental authority to suspend the environmental authority. 
Section 284C Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.25. (A.07.32.) Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to impose a condition on an environmental authority requiring the holder to give financial assurances as security for compliance with the environmental authority and for costs or expenses mentioned in section 298. 
Section 292 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.26. (A.07.33.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to decide the amount and form of financial assurance required under a condition of an environmental authority. 
Section 295 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.27. (A.07.34.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power, as an administering authority, to decide to make a claim on or realise a financial assurance. 
Section 301 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.28. (A.07.35.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power, as an administering authority, to by written notice require an applicant to give a compliance statement for a financial assurance before deciding an application to amend or discharge the financial assurance. 
Section 304 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.29. (A.07.36.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power, as an administering authority, to approve or refuse an application by the holder of an environmental authority to amend the amount or form of a financial assurance stated in a notice given under section 296 or to discharge a financial assurance. 
Section 305 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.30. (A.07.37.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power, as an administering authority, to require a change of the amount of a financial assurance. 
Section 306 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.31. (A.07.38.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power, as the administering authority, to recover from the holder of an environmental authority as a debt, outstanding annual fees. 
Section 308 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.32. (A.07.39.) 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power, as an administering authority, to change the anniversary day for an environmental authority for which an annual fee is prescribed, in the circumstances provided for by section 310(1)(a) and 310(1)(b). 
Section 310 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.33. (A.07.40.) 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power, as an administering authority, to change an anniversary day for an environmental authority. 
Section 311 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.34. (A.07.42.) 
Administration Level 1 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to ask any entity for advice, comment or information about an application made under Chapter 5. 
Section 315 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.35. (A.07.43.) 
Coordinators of Council 
Power, as person aware of an event described in section 320A, to give written notice of the event, its nature and the circumstances in which it happened to the administering authority, any occupier of the affected land or any registered owner of the affected land, or by public notice. 
Section 320C Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.36. (A.07.44.) 
Coordinators of Council 
Power, as employer aware of an event described in section 320A, to give written notice of the event, its nature and the circumstances in which it happened to the administering authority, any occupier of the affected land or any registered owner of the affected land, or by public notice. 
Section 320D Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.37. (A.07.45.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to require a person to conduct or commission an environmental audit. 
Sections 322 and 323 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.38. (A.07.46.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to require a person to conduct or commission an environmental investigation. 
Section 326B Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.39. (A.07.47.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to ask for further information. 
Section 326F Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.40. (A.07.48.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to require a person or public authority to submit a draft transitional environmental program. 
Section 332 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.41. (A.07.49.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services and Manager Environmental Services 
Power to submit a draft transitional environmental program to the administering authority for approval. 
Section 333 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.42. (A.07.50.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to by written notice require the person or public authority that submitted the draft transitional environmental authority to give further information. 
Section 334A Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.43. (A.07.51.) 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch, General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make a submission in relation to a draft transitional environmental program. 
Section 335 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.44. (A.07.52.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to invite parties to a conference to help it determine whether or not to approve a draft transitional environmental program. 
Section 336 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.45. (A.07.53.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to seek advice, comment or information about a TEP submission. 
Section 336A Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.46. (A.07.54.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to extend the period for decision about a draft transitional environmental program and approve a draft transitional environmental program. 
Section 337 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.47. (A.07.55.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to:- a) approve a draft transitional environmental program as submitted or with amendments requested or agreed to by the administering authority; or b) refuse to approve a draft transitional environmental program. 
Section 339(1) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.48. (A.07.56.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to impose on an approval of a draft transitional environmental program:- a) any conditions the authority must impose under a regulatory requirement; and b) any other conditions the administering authority considers appropriate. 
Section 339(2) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.49. (A.07.57.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to give a person or public authority who submitted a draft transitional environmental program for approval written notice of the decision. 
Section 340 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.50. (A.07.58.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to approve a draft transitional environmental program if there has been substantial compliance with public notice requirements. 
Section 342 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.51. (A.07.59.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to consider and approve or refuse an application to amend a transitional environmental program. 
Section 344 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.52. (A.07.60.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an administering authority, to apply to the Court for an order that section 353(1) does not apply. 
Section 355 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.53. 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power as holder of Environmental Authority to apply for a licence (a temporary emissions licence) that permits the temporary relaxation or modification of particular conditions of an environmental authority that relate to the release of a contaminant into the environment in response to an applicable event. 
Section 357B Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.54. (A.07.61.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 Power, as administering authority, to –
• grant an application for a temporary emissions licence as submitted or on different terms than have been requested in the application; or
• refuse to grant the application for a temporary emissions licence 
Section 357E Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.55. (A.07.62.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as administering authority, to amend, cancel or suspend a temporary emissions licence. 
Section 357J Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.56. (A.07.63.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as holder of a temporary emissions licence, to give written agreement to the amendment of the licence. 
Section 357J Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.57. (A.07.64.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to issue an environment protection order. 
Section 358 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.58. 
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager People and Organisational Development 
Power, as chief executive officer, to appoint an employee of the Council to be an authorised person. 
Section 445(2) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.59. 
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager People and Organisational Development 
Power, as administering executive, to issue an identity card to each authorised person. 
Section 448 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.60. (A.07.82.) 
Administration Officer L 4 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power, as an administering authority, to require a person to provide information for the enforcement or administration of this Act. 
Section 451 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.61. 
Coordinator L7 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power, as administering executive to destroy or dispose of a forfeited thing that becomes the property of Council. 
Section 463(2) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.62. (A.07.85.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power, as an administering authority, to waive payment of costs of investigation or remediation work. 
Section 489 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014 Up to a value of $10,000

 

B.07.63. (A.07.86.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an administering authority, to make an application to the court for an order against a defendant for costs. 
Section 501(1)(c) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.64. (A.07.87.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to carry out work or take other action reasonably necessary where a person has failed to comply with an order made under section 502. 
Section 502A(2) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.65. (A.07.88.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an administering authority, to make an application to the Court to remedy or restrain an offence against this Act. 
Section 505 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.66. (A.07.90.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, where the chief executive has delegated the powers as an administering authority to Council, to exercise those delegated powers. 
Section 518 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.67.(A.07.91.) 
Manager Governance Technical Officer Level 4 Environmental Health Services Branch or Local Laws Officer Level 4 or Environmental Health Officer Level 4 
Power, as an administering authority, to review a decision. 
Section 521(5) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.68. (A.07.92.) 
Manager Governance and General Manager Water and Waste Services
Power, as a dissatisfied person, to apply for a review of an original decision. 
Section 521 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.69. (A.07.93.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as a dissatisfied person that has applied for a review under section 521, to apply to the Planning and Environment Court or the Land Court for a stay of operation of the original decision. 
Section 522 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.70. (A.07.94.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as a dissatisfied person, to appeal to the Land Court against a review decision of an original decision mentioned in schedule 2, part 1. 
Section 524 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.71. (A.07.95.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as a dissatisfied person, to appeal to the Planning and Environment Court against a review decision of an original decision, other than a review decision to which Chapter 11, Part 3, Division 3, Subdivision 1 of this Act applies or a review decision that relates to an original decision mentioned in Schedule 2, Part 3. 
Section 531 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.72. 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power, as administering executive, to approve forms for use under the Environmental Protection Act 1994. 
Section 544(1) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.73. (A.07.96.) 
Administration Level 4 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power, as an administering authority, to prepare and submit a report to the chief executive. 
Section 546 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.74. (A.07.98.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, to change or cancel a condition of an environmental authority given continuing effect under section 619(2)(d) or 619(4)(d) of this Act. 
Section 620 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.75. (A.07.99.) 
Administration Level 2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Officer, Development Services
Power, as an administering authority, in relation to an activity being carried out under section 619(1) of this Act, to give the person carrying out the activity a development approval and a registration certificate. 
Section 621 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.07.76. (A.07.101.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to amend a condition about financial assurance imposed under Chapter 13 Part 7. 
Section 634 Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.77. (A.07.102.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to consider or continue to consider, a draft transitional program submitted under section 332 or 333 before 4 April 2011 and decide whether to approve it under the unamended Act. 
Section 671(2) Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.07.78. (A.07.104.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as an administering authority, to approve an application to convert a surrendered registration certificate to an environmental authority that has been suspended under Chapter 5, Part 11A of this Act. 
Section 698B Environmental Protection Act 1994
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.08.01. (A.08.02.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services
Power, as an administering authority, to recover as a debt an unpaid fee under the Act. 
Section 116A Environmental Protection Regulation 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.08.02. (A.08.03.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services
Power, as an administering authority, to recover as a debt from the holder of an environmental authority an unpaid supplementary annual fee for an amended environmental authority. 
Section 134 Environmental Protection Regulation 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.08.03. (A.08.04.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3
Power to administer and enforce former environmentally relevant activities devolved to Council. 
Section 156 Environmental Protection Regulation 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.08.04. (A.08.05.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power, as an administering authority, to refund:- a) the application fee for a later application; and b) the annual fee for a development approval for chemical storage. 
Section 164 Environmental Protection Regulation 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.08.05. (A.08.06.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power, as an administering authority, to refund to the holder of an environmental authority an annual fee if environmental authorities are amalgamated. 
Section 168 Environmental Protection Regulation 2008
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.09.01. (A.09.01.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage 
Power to consult with the commissioner about a notice under section 104G(1). 
Section 104G(2) Fire and Rescue Service Act 1990
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.09.02. (A.09.02.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power to consult with an authorised officer about a notice under section 104I(7) or (8). 
Section 104I(9) Fire and Rescue Service Act 1990
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.09.03. (A.09.03.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power to refuse or grant, subject to any conditions, an application to pay contributions by instalments. 
Section 121(2) Fire and Rescue Service Act 1990
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.10.01. 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power to agree with the chief executive that the State may do a thing that is a matter of administration and enforcement for local government under section 23(1) of the Food Act 2006. 
Section 25(1)(a) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.02. 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power to agree with the chief executive that Council may do a thing that is a matter of administration and enforcement for the State under section 22(1) of the Food Act 2006. 
Section 25(1)(b) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.03. 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power to consult with the chief executive in relation actions taken by the State on Council's behalf under section 26(2). 
Section 27(a) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.04. (A.10.01.)
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch
Power to consult with the chief executive about the chief executive asking Council to provide information about matters administered and enforced by Council, either solely or in conjunction with the State, under sections 24 and 25 of the Food Act 2006.
Section 28(4) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.05. (A.10.02.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3
Power to consider and grant, or refuse to grant, an application for a licence to carry on a licensable food business.
Section 55 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.06. (A.10.03.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to obtain and consider the written advice of an auditor about whether a food safety program complies with section 98.
Section 56(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.07. (A.10.04.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3
Power to decide whether premises are suitable for carrying on a licensable food business. 
Section 58 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.08. (A.10.05.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3
Power to make enquiries as to the suitability of the applicant to hold a licence, and the suitability of the premises for carrying on a licensable food business.
Section 59(1)(a) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014


B.10.09. (A.10.06.) 
Administration Officer L2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to require the applicant to give Council further information or documents that Council reasonably requires. 
Section 59(1)(b) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

B.10.10. (A.10.07.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to extend the time needed to make a decision about the application. 
Section 62(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.11. (A.10.08.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to agree with the applicant, at any time prior to the final consideration day, about the day upon which the application must be decided.
Section 62(3) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014


B.10.12. (A.10.09.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to issue a provisional licence, at any time prior to deciding an application for a licence. 
Section 64 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.13. (A.10.10.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 6
Power to decide the term of the licence. (Note: not more than 3 years). 
Section 67 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.14. (A.10.11.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to decide the term of the provisional licence. (Note: not more than 3 months). 
Section 68(1) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.15. (A.10.12.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to extend, and further extend, the term of a provisional licence (to a total period of not more than 3 months after the provisional licence was issued). 
Section 68(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.16. (A.10.13.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to impose reasonable conditions on the licence.
Section 69(1)(e) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.17. (A.10.14.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider and renew, or refuse to renew, the licence for an application made under section 72(1) of the Food Act 2006. 
Section 72(3) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

B.10.18. (A.10.15.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider and restore, or refuse to restore, the licence, where application has been made under section 73(1) of the Food Act 2006. 
Section 73(3) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

B.10.19. (A.10.16.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider and amend, or refuse to amend, a licence, where application has been made under section 74(1) of the Food Act 2006. 
Section 74(3) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.20. (A.10.17.) 
Administration Officer L2 Environmental Health Services Branch and Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to require the applicant to give Council further information or documents Council reasonably requires to decide the application (for an application that is made under Chapter 3, Part 5, Division 2, Subdivision 1, i.e. sections 72(1), 73(1) and 74(1)). 
Section 75(1) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.21. (A.10.18.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to give an information notice where Council has failed to decide an application within 30 days of receipt under Chapter 3, Part 5, Division 2, Subdivision 1, i.e. Sections 72(1), 73(1) and 74(1). 
Section 77(4) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

B.10.22. (A.10.19.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to give a show cause notice. 
Section 79(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

B.10.23. (A.10.20.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider representations about a show cause notice. 
Section 80(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 


B.10.24. (A.10.21.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to end the show cause process after considering representations made by the licensee. 
Section 81 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.25. (A.10.22.) 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power to suspend a licence after considering representations (if any). 
Section 82(2)(a) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.26. (A.10.23.) 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power to cancel a licence after considering representations (if any). 
Section 82(2)(b) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.27. (A.10.24.) 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services Branch 
Power to suspend a licence immediately. 
Section 83(1) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.28. (A.10.25.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power to give an information notice and show cause notice, as required, before suspending a licence pursuant to section 83(1). 
Section 83(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.29. (A.10.26.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as the second local government, to take the same action as the first local government (except the power to cancel, suspend impose conditions or other similar action in relation to the licence). 
Section 90(1) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.30. (A.10.27.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as the second local government, to advise the first local government of the thing done or omitted to be done by a licensee of a mobile food business. 
Section 91(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.31. (A.10.28.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as the first local government, to take action, in relation to a thing done or omitted to be done by the licensee in the second local government area.
Section 92(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.32. (A.10.29.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3
Power to consider and grant, or refuse to grant, an application for a replacement licence. 
Section 97 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.33. (A.10.30.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider an application and to accredit, or refuse to accredit, the food safety program. 
Section 103(1) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.34. (A.10.31.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to obtain and consider the written advice of an auditor about whether or not the food safety program complies with the criteria in section 104. 
Section 103(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.35. (A.10.32.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, before deciding the application, to require the applicant to give further information or documents reasonably required to decide the application. 
Section 105(1) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.36. (A.10.33.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to give an information notice to the applicant where the application is refused under section 107. 
Section 107(4) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.37. (A.10.34.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to decide that more time is needed to make a decision about the application. 
Section 108(1) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.38. (A.10.35.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to agree with the applicant, at any time prior to the final consideration day, about the day upon which the application must be decided. 
Section 108(3) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.39. (A.10.36.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, after accrediting an applicant's food safety program, to decide how often the program must have compliance audits. 
Section 109(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.40. (A.10.37.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to determine changes to the frequency of compliance audits for a food safety program accredited by Council. 
Section 110 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.41. (A.10.38.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider an application and approve, or refuse to approve, the amendment of an accredited food safety program. 
Section 112(4) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.42. (A.10.39.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, before deciding the application, to require the applicant to give further information or documents reasonably required to decide the application. 
Section 113(1) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.43. (A.10.40.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to direct the holder of a Council accredited food safety program to amend the program. 
Section 114 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.44. (A.10.41.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to give the holder of a food safety program a show cause notice, and to decide the term of the show cause period. 
Section 118 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.45. (A.10.42.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider representations about a show cause notice. 
Section 119 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.46. (A.10.43.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, after considering written representations by the holder of the accredited food safety program, to take no further action. 
Section 120 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.47. (A.10.44.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to cancel the accreditation of a food safety program. 
Section 121 (2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.48. (A.10.45.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to conduct a non-conformance audit of a food safety program. 
Section 160(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.49. 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, as administering executive, to give directions to an authorised person in the exercise of powers under the Food Act 2006. 
Section 165 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.50. 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power to appoint an authorised person for the purposes of the Food Act 2006. 
Section 168 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.51. 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power, as administering executive, to sign a notice that states the conditions on which an authorised person holds office. 
Section 169 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.52. 
Manager Environmental Health Services
Power, as administering executive, to issue an identity card to each authorised person. 
Section 170 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.53. 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power, if a seized thing is forfeited to Council, to deal with it a manner considered appropriate. 
Section 193(6) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.54. (A.10.46.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power to approve an improvement notice where remedying the contravention would be likely to stop the food business from operating.
Section 210(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.55. 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to apply to the District Court for an injunction. 
Section 223 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.56. (A.10.47.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power, as the 'reviewer', to review an original decision under Chapter 3 or Chapter 4 of the Food Act 2006. 
Section 237 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.57. (A.10.48.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power, as reviewer, to, at any time, extend the time to apply for a review. 
Section 238(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.58. (A.10.49.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power, as reviewer, to, after reviewing the original decision, make a further decision to: (a) confirm the original decision; or (b) amend the original decision; or (c) substitute another decision for the original decision. 
Section 239 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.59. 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to sign a certificate stating that costs sought by Council under section 255 of the Food Act 2006 were incurred. 
Section 250(4) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.60. 
Coordinator Level 7 
Power to deal with a thing forfeited to Council, under section 257, in manner considered appropriate. 
Section 258 Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

 

B.10.61. 
Coordinator Level 7 
Power to approve forms for use by the Council under the Food Act 2006. 
Section 277(2) Food Act 2006
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

B.11.01. (A.11.03.) 
Manager ICT (default); Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power, as agency, to give access to a document created after the application for access is received. 
Section 47 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014 
Manager Governance - When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.11.02. (A.11.04.) 
Manager ICT (default); Manager, Governance (review officer)Manager, Governance 
Power, as agency, to search for a document on a backup system if it considers the search is appropriate. 
Section 49 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014 
Manager Governance - When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.11.03. 
Manager ICT (default); Manager, Governance (review officer) Manager, Governance 
Power, as agency's principal officer, to deal with an access or amendment application. 
Section 50(1) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014 
Manager Governance - When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.11.04. 
Manager ICT (default); Manager, Governance (review officer)Manager, Governance 
Power, as agency's principal officer, to delegate the power to deal with an access or amendment application, provided the application does not involve making a healthcare decision or appointing a health care professional. 
Section 50(2) and 50(5) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014 
Manager Governance - When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.11.05. (A.11.06.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to refuse to deal with an access or amendment application if: (a) the application does not comply with all relevant application requirements; and (b) the applicant has been afforded a reasonable opportunity to consult with a view to making the application comply. 
Section 53 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.06. (A.11.07.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to refuse to deal with an access application if: (a) the application should have been made under the Right to Information Act (because it is for access to a document other than to the extent it contains the applicant's personal information); and (b) reasonable efforts have been made to inform the applicant that the application: (i) cannot be made under the Information Privacy Act; and (ii) should be made under the Right to Information Act; and may be changed so it can be made under the Information Privacy Act, or may be dealt with under the Right to Information Act by paying the application fee. 
Section 54 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.07. (A.11.08.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, at any time before a deemed decision is taken to have been made in relation to an access or amendment application, to ask applicant for a further specified period to consider the application. Note: more than one request can be made (section 55(2) Information Privacy Act 
Section 55(1) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.08. (A.11.09.) 
Manager ICT (a) 
Power, as agency, to continue to consider an access or amendment application, if a further specified period has been requested under section 55(1), the applicant has not refused the request, and no notice that the applicant has applied for review has been received. 
Section 55(3) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.09. (A.11.10.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to give access to a document that contains information the disclosure of which may reasonably be expected to be of concern to a government, agency, or person (a "relevant third party"), only if reasonably practicable steps are taken to obtain the relevant third party's views on whether: (a) the document is a document for Chapter 3 of the Information Privacy Act (document of an agency or a Minister under the Right to Information Act); or (i) the information is exempt information or contrary to public interest information. 
Section 56(1) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.10. (A.11.11.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to transfer an access or amendment application to another agency if the document is not in the original agency's possession, but is, to the original agency's knowledge, in the other agency's possession, and the other agency consents. 
Section 57(2) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.11. (A.11.12.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to refuse to deal with the application without having identified any or all of the documents, if the documents contain information of a stated kind or relate to a stated subject matter and it appears that all of the documents are comprised of exempt information (as defined in Schedule 3 of the Right to Information Act). 
Section 59 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.12. (A.11.13.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to refuse to deal with an access or amendment application, or, if considering two or more access or amendment applications by the applicant, all the applications, if the work involved in dealing with the application, or all the applications, would substantially and unreasonably divert the resources of Council from use in performance of Council functions. 
Section 60(1) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.13. (A.11.14.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to give the applicant: (a) written notice of the refusal to deal with an access or amendment application under section 60(1) Information Privacy Act; and a reasonable opportunity to consult. 
Section 61(1) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.14. (A.11.15.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to refuse to deal with a later access application for one or more of the same documents sought under the first access application by the same applicant, to the extent it is for access to documents in the first application, if the later application does not disclose any reasonable basis for seeking such access. 
Section 62(3) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.15. (A.11.16.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to refuse to deal with a later amendment application for one or more of the same documents sought to be amended under the first access application by the same applicant, to the extent it is for amendment to documents in the first application, if the later application does not disclose any reasonable basis for seeking such access. 
Section 63(3) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.16. (A.11.17.) 
Manager ICT 
(b) Power, as agency, after considering an access application, to decide whether to give access to the document and whether any access charge must be paid by the applicant. 
Section 65 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.17. (A.11.18.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to refuse access to a document in the same way and to the extent access can be refused under section 47 Right to Information Act, were access to the document applied for under that Act. 
Section 67(1) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.18. (A.11.19.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to give a prescribed written notice to an applicant, for an access application, of: (a) the decision on the application, including a decision to refuse to deal with the application; and the fact that the document is not a document in the possession, or under the control, of Council, if this is the case. 
Section 68(1) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.19. (A.11.20.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to not include any exempt information or contrary to public interest information in the notice given under section 68(1) Information Privacy Act. 
Section 68(3) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.20. (A.11.21.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to give prescribed written notice to an applicant that does not include details required to be in a prescribed written notice under section 199(a) and (b) Information Privacy Act, but states that Council neither confirms nor denies the existence of the document, but assuming the document does exist, it would be a document to which access would be refused under section 67 Information Privacy Act to the extent it comprised prescribed information. 
Section 69(2) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.21. (A.11.22.) 
Manager ICT 
(b) Power, as agency, after considering an amendment application, to decide whether amendment of the document is permitted. 
Section 70 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.22. (A.11.23.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to give an applicant for an amendment application a prescribed written notice of the decision on the application. 
Section 73(1) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.23. (A.11.24.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to not include reasons for a decision to permit amendment of the document in the notice given under section 73(1) Information Privacy Act. 
Section 73(2) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.24. (A.11.25.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to not include any exempt information or contrary to public interest information in the notice given under section 73(1) Information Privacy Act. 
Section 73(3) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.25. (A.11.26.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, if a decision to amend the document is made, to make the amendment by altering the personal information or adding an appropriate notation to the personal information. 
Section 74 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.26. (A.11.27.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to waive an access charge. 
Sections 80, 81 and 82 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.27. (A.11.28.)
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to refuse to give access to a document in a form requested, if it would: (a) interfere unreasonably with Council's operations, or (b) be detrimental to the preservation of the document, or (c) be inappropriate having regard to the physical nature of the document; or (d) involve an infringement of the copyright of a person other than the State, and give access in another form. 
Section 83(4) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.28. (A.11.29.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to extend the period in which an applicant may access a document. 
Section 84(2) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.29. (A.11.30.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to defer giving access to a document for a reasonable period if the document was prepared: (a) for presentation to the Assembly or a committee of the Assembly; or (b) for release to the media; or solely for inclusion in a document prepared for a purpose in (a) or (b). 
Section 87 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.30. (A.11.31.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to delete irrelevant information from a copy of a requested document when giving access to that requested document, if the agency considers, after considering the terms of the application or consulting with the applicant, that the applicant would accept the copy and it is reasonably practicable to give access to the copy. 
Section 88 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.31. (A.11.33.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to apply to the information commissioner for approval to waive or modify the obligation to comply with the privacy principles. 
Section 157 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.32. (A.11.34.) 
Manager ICT 
(c) Power, as agency, to ask the information commissioner to extend the time within which to take action stated in a compliance notice.
Section 159 Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.11.33. (A.11.35.) 
Manager ICT 
Power, as agency, to apply to QCAT, as provided under the QCAT Act, for review of the information commissioner's decision to give a compliance notice. 
Section 161(1) Information Privacy Act 2009
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

B.12.01 
Manager, Governance 
Power, as responsible person for a government representative, to delegate the obligation to give details under section 71(3) of the Integrity Act 2009 to the integrity commissioner. 
Section 71(4) Integrity Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.12.02 
Manager, Governance 
Power, as responsible person for a government representative, where a lobbyist carries out a lobbying activity with the government representative, to give the integrity commissioner information about the lobbyist or lobbying activity, if the information may be relevant to the integrity commissioner's functions and powers under the Integrity Act 2009. 
Section 72A(2) Integrity Act 2009
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

B.13.01. (A.12.06.) 
General Managers 
Power to object to a road closure application in response to a public notice. 
Section 100 Land Act 1994
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

B.14.01. (A.13.02.)  Repealed 30 November 2016
Conservation & Pest Management Staff level 4 
Power to issue a 'pest control notice' pursuant to the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Management) Act. 
Section 78 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002 
7 May 2014

 

B.14.02. (A.13.03.)  Repealed 30 November 2016
Conservation & Pest Management Ranger 
Power to consider and either grant or refuse an application to extend the compliance period for a 'pest control notice'. Section 79 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.03. (A.13.04.)  Repealed 30 November 2016
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to issue an entry notice if the owner has failed to comply with a 'pest control notice', including authorising a pest controller to enter the owner's land and take the action stated in the notice. 
Sections 80 and 81 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.04. (A.13.05.)  Repealed 30 November 2016
Principal Rates and Revenue 
Power to ask the person responsible for registering title to the land and dealings affecting the land to register the charge. 
Sections 85 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.05.  Repealed 30 November 2016
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
The power to issue an emergency quarantine notice if a declared pest in Council's local area is or reasonably could cause significant economic, environmental or social impact in Council's area or the State. 
Section 89 and 90 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.06. (A.13.08.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to by written notice, ask the applicant of a stock route permit to give further reasonable information or documents about the application by the reasonable date stated in the notice and refuse the application if the applicant does not comply. 
Section 117 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.07. (A.13.09.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to grant or refuse an application for a stock route agistment permit. 
Section 118 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.08. (A.13.10.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to grant or refuse an application to renew a stock route agistment permit. 
Section 123 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.09. (A.13.11.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to impose on a stock route agistment permit the reasonable conditions it decides. 
Section 126 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.10. (A.13.12.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to amend the conditions of a stock route agistment permit. 
Section 127 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.11. (A.13.13.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to cancel a stock route agistment permit. 
Section 128 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.12. (A.13.14.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to require the holder of a stock route agistment permit to return the permit. 
Section 130 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.13. (A.13.15.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to ask the applicant to give the further reasonable information or documents about the application, and to refuse the application if the applicant does not comply. 
Section 135 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.14. (A.13.16.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to grant or refuse an application for a stock route travel permit. 
Section 136 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.15. (A.13.17.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to require a stock route travel permit holder who gives a notice of the correct particular to return the permit. 
Section 141 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.16. (A.13.18.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to impose on a stock route travel permit the reasonable conditions it decides. 
Section 142 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.17. (A.13.19.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to amend a stock route travel permit. 
Section 143 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

B.14.18. (A.13.20.) Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to cancel a stock route travel permit. 
Section 144 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.19. (A.13.21.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to require the holder of a stock route travel permit to return the permit for an amendment under a decision made under certain sections of the Act. 
Section 146 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.20. (A.13.22.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management
Power to consider it necessary to build a stock-proof fence on the boundary of land adjoining a stock route network. 
Section 148 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.21. (A.13.23.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to issue a fencing notice. 
Section 149 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.22. (A.13.24.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to give a mustering notice. 
Section 156 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.23. (A.13.25.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to manage and conserve pasture on its stock route network. 
Section 160 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.24. (A.13.26.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to require an owner to reduce the number of stock on the land. 
Section 161(2) Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.25. 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to destroy the stock in an appropriate manner, where: (a) stock found on the stock route network are stray stock; and (b) it is not practicable to seize the stock under section 167; and (c) it is necessary to destroy the stock in the interests of public safety. 
Section 172 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.26. (A.13.27.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to consent to the burning or removal of pasture. 
Section 180 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014 
Subject to consultation with Transport and Drainage Planning

 

B.14.27. (A.13.28.) 
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to take action to comply with any notice given by the Minister in relation to the administration and enforcement of the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act. 
Section 184 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.28. (A.13.30.)  Repealed 30 November 2016
Coordinators Conservation & Pest Management 
Power to cause to be published between 28 and 14 days before the commencement of a pest survey program, details required by the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act. 
Section 242 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.29. 
Manager, People and Organisational Development 
Power to appoint an authorised person for the purposes of administering and enforcing the provisions of the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002 
Section 244 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.14.30. 
Manager, People and Organisational Development 
Power to issue an identity card to an authorised person. 
Section 246 Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.15.01. (A.14.02.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power to: (a) comment on the reasonable requirements of the public in the locality; or (b) object; in respect of the grant of a relevant application. 
Section 117(2) Liquor Act 1992
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.15.02. (A.14.03.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power to comment about particular applications. 
Section 117A Liquor Act 1992
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.15.03. (A.14.04.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power to make a submission about an application which requires a notice to be published under section 118 and a community impact statement to be given under section 116. 
Section 118A Liquor Act 1992
23 June 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.16.01.
Corporate Accountant
Power to determine applications for the granting of credit.
Section 9 Local
Government Act 2009
31 August 2016

 

B.16.02.a
Principal Management Accountant, Senior Corporate Accountant, General Managers, Manager Financial Services
Power to approve accounts for payment – Primary Approver.
Section 9 Local Government Act 2009
15 March 2017

 

B.16.02.b
Principal Asset Accountant, Financial Accountant
Power to approve accounts for payment – Secondary Approver.
Section 9 Local Government Act 2009
15 March 2017

 

B.16.03.
Insurance Officer 
Power to execute liability claims and other documents arising from claims against Council, for submission to brokers/insurers. 
Section 9 Local Government Act 2009
24 October 2014

 

B.16.04. 
Insurance Officer 
Power to complete insurance proposal forms.
Section 9 Local Government Act 2009
24 October 2014

 

B.16.05. 
Insurance Officer 
Power to make an ex-gratia payment of an amount not exceeding $2,000 when dealing with liability claims made against Council, in full satisfaction of the claim. 
Section 9 Local Government Act 2009
24 October 2014

 

B.16.06.
General Manager Finance and Business Strategy. Manager, Financial Services. Principal Procurement.
Power to write-off stores and assets.
Section 9 Local Government Act 2009
23 June 2014
General Manager Finance and Business Strategy - to the value of $10,000 per Individual item.
Manager Financial Services – to the value of $5,000 per Individual item.
Principal Procurement – to the value of $1,000 per Individual item,

 

B.16.07.
General Manager Finance and Business Strategy, Manager Financial Services, Principal Financial Accountant, Manager Library and Cultural Services, Manager Community Development and Facilities
Power to approve write-off of individual debts due to Council which are deemed irrecoverable.
Section 9 Local Government Act 2009
31 August 2016
General Manager Finance and Business Strategy – to the value of $10,000 per individual debt.
Manager Financial Services – to the value of $5,000 per individual debt.
Corporate Accountant - to the value of $2,000 per individual debt.
Manager Library and Cultural Services - to the value of $2,000 per individual debt.
Manager Community Development and Facilities - to the value of $2,000 per individual debt.

 

B.16.08.
Managers for activities within their Branch, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to carry out the responsibilities specified in section 13(3) Local Government Act 2009— (a) managing the local government; (b) managing the other local government employees through management practices that promote equal employment opportunities and are responsive to the local government's policies and priorities; (c)establishing and implementing goals and practices in accordance with the policies and priorities of the local government; (d) establishing and implementing practices about access and equity; (e) the safe custody of all records and documents; (f) complying with requests from councillors under section 170A.
Section 13 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.09.
Chief Legal Counsel and Manager Governance
Power to access all Personnel Records (excluding Rehabilitation Records)
Section 13 Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
The required access must relate to current investigations or legal matters

 

B.16.10.
General Managers
Power to access Personnel Records (excluding Rehabilitation Records) for employees within the General Managers Group
Section 13 Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
The required access must relate to Group matters /responsibilities

 

B.16.11.
Managers, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to access all Personnel Records (excluding Rehabilitation Records) for employees within the Managers Branch
Section 13 Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
The required access must relate to Branch matters /responsibilities

 

B.16.12. (A.15.02.)
Manager Financial Services
Power to conduct a public benefit assessment of a new significant business activity
Section 46(2) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.13. (A.15.03.)
Manager Financial Services
Power to prepare a report on the public benefit assessment in accordance with section 46(5) of the Local Government Act 2009.
Section 46(5) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.14. (A.15.04.)
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group
Power to exercise control of all roads in the local government area including the ability to survey and resurvey roads, construct, maintain and improve roads, approve the naming and numbering of private roads, and name and number other roads.
Section 60 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
With the exception of new roads created as a result of reconfiguring a lot or lots

 


B.16.15. (A.15.11.)
Manager Transport and Drainage Planning
Power to submit objection to application for opening or closing of road in local government area by someone other than the local government.
Section 68 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.16. (A.15.12.)
Managers Infrastructure Services Group
Power to close a road (permanently or temporarily) to all traffic, or traffic of a particular class, if there is another road or route reasonably available for use by the traffic.
Section 69(1) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.17. (A.15.13.)
Coordinators Infrastructure Services Group
Power to close a road to all traffic, or traffic of a particular class: (a) during a temporary obstruction to traffic; or (b) if it is in the interests of public safety; or (c) if it is necessary or desirable to close the road for a temporary purpose (including a fair, for example).
Section 69(2) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.18. (A.15.14.)
Managers Infrastructure Services Group
Power to publish notice of closing of road.
Section 69(3) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.19. (A.15.15.)
Coordinators Infrastructure Services Group
Power to do everything necessary to stop traffic using the road after it is closed.
Section 69(4) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.20. (A.15.16.)
Coordinators Infrastructure Services Group
Power to permit the use of any part of a road after it is closed to traffic for a temporary purpose subject to appropriate conditions.
Section 69(5) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.21. (A.15.17.)
Managers Infrastructure Services Group
Power to make a temporary road through land adjoining the road to be used while the road is being remade or repaired.
Section 70(2) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.22.
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group
Power to allow additional time to submit a claim for compensation in relation to a temporary road.
Section 70(6) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.23. (A.15.19.)
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group
Power to fix and advise the owner or occupier or change the permanent level of a road under section 71 of the Local Government Act 2009.
Section 71 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.24. (A.15.21.)
Managers Infrastructure Services Group
Power to assess impact on roads of specified activities under section 72 of the Local Government Act 2009.
Section 72 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.25. (A.15.22.)
Managers Infrastructure Services Group
Power to require entity conducting activity on road to provide information under section 72 of the Local Government Act 2009.
Section 72 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.26. (A.15.23.)
Managers Infrastructure Services Group
Power to give the entity conducting an activity a direction about the use of the road to lessen the impact and to require the entity to carry out works to lessen the impact or to pay an amount as compensation for the impact.
Section 72(3) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.27.(A.15.24.)
Managers Infrastructure Services Group
Power to categorise the roads in the local government area according to the surface of the road.
Section 73 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.28. (A.15.25.)
Coordinator Information Management
Power to prepare and keep up to date a map of every road including private roads in the local government area and a register of roads showing the category of every road, the level of every road that has a fixed level and other particulars prescribed under a regulation.
Section 74 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.29. (A.15.26.)
Principals Infrastructure Services Group, Managers Water and Waste Services Group
Power to approve the carrying out of works on a road or interference with a road or its operation subject to conditions.
Section 75 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.30. (A.15.27.)
Plumbing Inspector
Power to, by written notice, require the owner of a property to connect a stormwater installation for the property to the local government's stormwater drain in the way, under the conditions and within the time stated in the notice.
Section 77 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.31. (A.15.28.)
Plumbing Inspector
Power to give approval for the connection of a stormwater installation to the local government's stormwater drain (including the imposition of conditions) in accordance with section 77 of the Local Government Act 2009.
Section 77 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.32. (A.15.29.)
Plumbing Inspector
Power to give a notice requiring the owner of a property to perform sewerage installation works.
Section 78 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.33. (A.15.30.)
Managers
Power to perform work to fix damage and recover reasonable costs for the work from a person who puts a prohibited substance in the stormwater drain.
Section 79 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.34. (A.15.32.)
Manager Financial Services and Manager Governance
Power to maintain public liability insurance and professional indemnity insurance.
Section 107(1) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.35. (A.15.33.)
Manager Financial services and Manager Governance
Power to enter into a contract of insurance with WorkCover Queensland or another insurer to cover its councillors.
Section 107(3) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.36. (A.15.35.)
Authorised Person and Local Government Workers
Power to give or to attempt to give an occupier of a property a written notice that informs the occupier of the local government's intention to enter the property.
Section 133 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.37. (A.15.36.)
Managers
Power to assess, agree and pay compensation for damage or loss incurred by a person because of the exercise, or purported exercise, of a power under division 1 part 2 chapter 5 of the Local Government Act 2009.
Section 137 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
Up to $10,000

 

B.16.38. (A.15.37.)
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager, People and Organisational Development
Power to authorise an employee or agent of the local government to act as a local government worker.
Section 138(4) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.39. (A.15.38.)
Managers, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to give each local government worker an identity card.
Section 138A(1) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.40. (A.15.39.)
Authorised Person and Local Government Workers
Power to give a reasonable entry notice, as defined by section 138AA (4), to the occupier of a property that a local government worker may enter the property and take action required under a remedial notice.
Section 142(2) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.41. (A.15.40.)
Authorised Person and Local Government Workers
Power to give reasonable entry notice to the owner and the occupier of rateable land of entry by a local government worker to search for and remove materials.
Section 143 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.42. (A.15.41.)
Managers
Power to agree and to pay the amount of compensation payable to a person who incurs damage or loss during the course of the exercise, or purported exercise, of a power under division 2, part 2, chapter 5 of the Local Government Act 2009.
Section 147 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
Up to $10,000

 

B.16.43.
Managers, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to direct an authorised person to exercise a power under Division 3 of Part 3 of Chapter 5 of the Local Government Act 2009
Section 148E Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.44.
Managers, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to direct an authorised person to make inquiries as to whether and to what extent the register or record is incorrect.
Section 148F(2) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.45.
Managers, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to give a direction to an authorised person to require a person to give information or produce a document relating to an error, omission or offence relating to a register or record.
Section 148G (2) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.46.
Managers, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to report conclusion on reasonable grounds that an offence has been committed to the department's chief executive.
Section 148H (1) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.47.
Manager, Governance
Power to conduct a preliminary assessment of a complaint about the conduct or performance of a councillor.
Section176B(3) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
Advising the CEO of the receipt of a complaint and the result of any investigation

 

B.16.48.
Manager, Governance
Power to decide to take no further action in relation to a complaint assessed to be about a frivolous matter or made vexatiously, or that the complaint is lacking in substance.
Section 176C(2) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.49.
Manager, Governance
Power to keep records of complaints and their outcomes and ensure public may inspect same.
Section 181A Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.50.
Salaried officers: Managers,Executive Project Management Officer, General Managers, CEO, State Award Managers
Power to appoint local government employees (other than senior executive employees).
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
Salaried officers: Managers - up and including Level 5, General Managers - up and including Level 7, CEO - Level 8 and above, State Award Managers - All State Award Levels

 

B.16.51.
Supervisor
Power to approve applications for Annual Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.52.
Supervisor
Power to approve Time Off In Lieu (TOIL)
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.53. 
Supervisor
Power to approve applications for Personal (Sick and Carer's) Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.54.
Supervisor, Manager, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to approve applications for Long Service Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
Supervisor - 1 to 4 weeks inclusive, Manager - Over 4 weeks

 

B.16.55.
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer 
Power to approve Jury Service Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.56.
Manager,Executive Project Management Officer 
Power to approve applications for Defence Service Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.57.
Supervisor, Manager POD
Power to approve applications for Parental Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
Supervisor – a single day (Paternity Leave), Manager POD - (Maternity Leave – Certified Agreement)

 

B.16.58.
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer 
Power to approve applications for Study/Exam Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.59.
Manager (in conjunction with Manager POD)
Power to approve applications for Leave for Union Representative Training
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.60.
General Manager
Power to approve applications for Annual Leave - Cashing Out
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.61.
General Manager
Power to approve applications for Long Service Leave @ half pay
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.62.
General Manager
Power to approve applications for Compassionate Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.63.
General Manager
Power to approve applications for Conference Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.64.
General Manager
Power to approve applications for Purchased Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014

 

B.16.65.
Supervisor, General Manager
Power to approve applications for Bereavement Leave
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
Supervisor - Standard Leave, General Manager - Non-Standard Leave

 

B.16.66.
General Manager
Power to approve applications for Leave Without Pay
4.19 Leave Without Pay Policy
9 September 2014
Up to 3 months (CEO over 3 months)

 

B.16.67.
General Managers
Power to sign employment contracts
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
General Managers – Levels 6 -7 (CEO – Level 8 and above)

 

B.16.68.
Supervisors
Power to approve overtime.
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
All levels under State Award. Up to the equivalent salary of a Level 8 of the Queensland Local Government Officers' Award. (Limited to not more than 5 consecutive days and applies to emergency or ad hoc work)

 

B.16.69.
Manager Financial Services
Power to make all determinations necessary and to sign all forms on behalf of Council in regard to salary sacrifice applications pursuant to Council's Enterprise Bargaining Agreements.
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
All levels under State Award. Up to the equivalent salary of a Level 8 of the Queensland Local Government Officers' Award

 

B.16.70.
Manager People and Organisational Development
Power to advertise staff vacancies
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.71.
Manager People and Organisational Development
Power to approve applications for educational assistance for staff.
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.72.
Salaried officers: Managers, Executive Project Management Officer, General Managers, CEO, State Award Managers
Power to approve payment of higher duties allowance
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
Salaried officers: Managers - up and including Level 5, General Managers - up and including Level 7,  CEO - Level 8 and above, State Award Managers - All State Award Levels

 

B.16.73.
Manager People and Organisational Development
Power to determine Position Descriptions for employees
Section 196(3) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.74.
General Managers (in conjunction with Manager POD)
Power to take disciplinary action against a local government employee.
Section 197(1) Local Government Act 2009
9 September 2014
All levels under State Award.  Up to the equivalent salary of a Level 7 of the Queensland Local Government Officers' Award

 

B.16.75. (A.15.42.)
Manager People and Organisational Development
Power to agree with other local governments about the joint employment of a local government employee.
Section 198 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.76.
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager, People and Organisational Development
Power to appoint a qualified person to be an authorised person.
Section 202(1) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.77.
Managers
Power to determine the competencies necessary to perform the responsibilities required to be performed by the authorised person.
Section 202(2) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.78.
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager, People and Organisational Development
Power to give written notice of conditions of appointment.
Section 202(5) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.79.
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager, People and Organisational Development
Power to issue an identity card to an authorised person
Section 204 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.80. (A.15.44.)
Administration Officer Level 3 or equivalent.
Power to sign a document on behalf of a local government as a delegate of the local government. (To sign technical correspondence, standard and form letters relating to operational matters within the officer's area of responsibility)
Section 236 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
See general limitation in "2.36 Delegation Register Policy"

 

B.16.81. (A.15.44.)
Administration Officer Level 5 or equivalent.
Power to sign a document on behalf of a local government as a delegate of the local government. (To sign original correspondence and to manage the day to day administration relating to operational matters within the officer's area of responsibility)
Section 236 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
See general limitation in "2.36 Delegation Register Policy"

 

B.16.82. (A.15.44.)
Managers and Curator, Art Galleries/RADF Liaison Officer, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to sign a document on behalf of a local government as a delegate of the local government. (To sign deeds of indemnity, agreements and service level agreements relating to operational matters within their area of responsibility)
Section 236 Local Government Act 2009
18 August 2014
See general limitation in "2.36 Delegation Register Policy"

 

B.16.83. (A.15.44.)
Manager, Governance
Power to sign a document on behalf of a local government as a delegate of the local government. (For correspondence to external review bodies (e.g. Ombudsman, Crime and Misconduct Commission)
Section 236 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
See general limitation in "2.36 Delegation Register Policy"

 

B.16.84. (A.15.44.)
Strategic Property Officer
Power to endorse "Owner's Consent" on applications relating to property owned by or under the control of Council.
Section 236 Local Government Act 2009
30 July 2014
See general limitation in "2.36 Delegation Register Policy"

 

B.16.85. (A.15.45.)
Chief Legal Counsel
Power to give instructions and act as authorised agent for the local government and sign all documents for the local government in any legal proceedings.
Section 240(1) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.86.
Chief Legal Counsel
Power to certify a document to be a true copy of an entry in a record of the proceedings of a local government or a committee of a local government in accordance with section 249(1) Local Government Act 2009.
Section 249(1) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.87. (A.15.46.)
Managers, Executive Project Management Officer and Chief Legal Counsel
Power to do anything that is necessary or convenient for performing the responsibilities of the local government under a Local Government Act.
Section 262 Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014
Where consistent with duties and qualifications

 

B.16 88. (A.15.46.)
General Managers
Power to write-off (in whole or in part) the collection of application fees.
Section 262 Local Government Act 2009
7 July 2014
Power is limited to an amount no greater than $10,000

 

B.16.89.
Strategic Property Officer
Power to authorise an employee of a local government to conduct searches or registers or documents about land in the land registry in accordance with the practice of the registry without payment of a fee.
Section 265A (1) Local Government Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.16.90  (A.15.04)
Senior Engineer, Development Services and Executive Officer, Client Management
Power to name new local government roads created as a result of reconfiguration of a lot or lots
Section 60 Local Government Act 2009
1. Naming/renaming of existing local government roads is excluded
2. When Council is assigning a name, the local historical context of the area in which the road is located is to be taken into consideration.
Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.16.91 
General Manager, Planning and Development Group; Manager, Development Services
To sign survey plans, covenants, easements, consents and other documentation and plans relating to land development
Section 236 of Local Government Act 2009
22 September 2015
Conditions and Limitations - Manager, Development Services to sign when General Manager, Planning and Development Group is absent or unavailable to sign.
Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.16.92
Co-ordinator, Local Laws and Policy Development
In respect of conducting Public Interest Tests for proposed Local Laws and proposed Subordinate Local Laws containing anti-competitive provisions, the power to:
-  prepare public interest test plans; and
-  conduct public interest tests; and
-  prepare public interest test reports.
Section 38 of Local Government Act 2009; Section 15 of Local Government Regulation 2012
20 November 2015

 

B.16.93
Manager, Financial Services
Power to withdraw or cancel a credit facility
Section 9 of Local Government Act 2009
31 August 2016

 

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.17.01. (A.16.01.)
General Manager Finance and Business Strategy 
Power to identify and assess each new significant business activity for possible reform involving full cost pricing, commercialising, or corporatizing the activity. 
Section 18 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.02. (A.16.03.) 
Environmental Health Services Technical Officer Level 4 Environmental Health Services
Power in relation to a mall to do any of the following: (a) anything necessary or desirable for developing, managing, maintaining (including cleaning), promoting or using a mall; (b) permit the use of any part of the mall on conditions it considers appropriate; anything incidental to its powers mentioned in (a) or (b). 
Section 58 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Part (b) only where consistent with Toowoomba Regional Council Local Laws

 

B.17.03. (A.16.04.) 
Managers Infrastructure Services Group 
Power to take all necessary steps for: (a) construction on, maintenance of or improvement of the land; and (b) regulation of the use of the land, (c) where the land is subject to a public thoroughfare easement. 
Section 63 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.04. 
Manager, People and Organisational Development 
Power to appoint a qualified person as a categorisation officer for division 2, part 5, chapter 4 Rates and Charges Local Government Regulation 2012. 
Section 83 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.05.
Manager, People and Organisational Development 
Power to issue an identity card to categorisation officers appointed under section 83(1) of the Local Government Regulation 2012. 
Section 84 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.06. (A.16.06.) 
Manager Financial Services 
Power to allow a longer period than prescribed for the owner of land to object to the categorisation of the owner's land for rating purposes. 
Section 88(4)(d)(ii) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.07. (A.16.07.) 
Manager Financial Services 
Power to allow a longer period within which an owner of rateable land must give an objection notice. 
Section 90(5)(b) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.08. 
Coordinator Rates and Land Information and Manager, Governance 
Power to consider objections to the rating category for land and decide to change the rating category or not to allow the objection. 
Section 91 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager Governance - when undertaking an internal review of a decision.

 

B.17.09. 
Principal Rates and Revenue 
Power to refund utility charges which have been incorrectly levied. 
Section 115 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.10. (A.16.38) 
Coordinator Rates and Land Information 
Power to remit part of the water consumption charges for applications that meet the criteria described in 2.28 Water Charges Remission Policy or 2.39 Water Charges Remission (Home Haemodialysis) Policy. 
Section 120 to 122 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.11. 
Manager Financial Services 
Power to enter into an arrangement for remission, composition, settlement or deferral of liability to pay rates. 
Section 120 to 126 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.12. 
Team Leaders Customer Service Branch and Coordinator Rates and Land Information 
Power to allow discount on rates and charges, after the due date, in special circumstances.
Section 130(10) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.13. (A.16.10.) 
Manager Financial Services 
Power to set a reserve price for land being sold at auction for overdue rates. 
Section 143(1) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.14. (A.16.11.) 
Manager Financial Services 
Power to negotiate with highest bidder at auction where land is being sold for overdue rates. 
Section 143(2) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.15. 
Manager Financial Services 
Power to register Council as owner of land when acquiring land for overdue rates and charges. 
Section 151 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.16.1 
Principal Management Accounting or Principal Financial Accounting or Principal Rates and Revenue or Corporate Accountant. 
Power to invest surplus funds 
Section 191 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014; Amended: 27 June 2016
In accordance with Council's Investment Policy.

 

B.17.16.2 
General Manager, Finance and Business Strategy; Manager, Financial Services Branch; Corporate Accountant. 
Power to borrow 
Section 192 Local Government Regulation 2012
27 June 2016
In accordance with Council's Debt Policy.  Two persons are required to co-jointly operate the account.

 

B.17.17. (A.16.13.) 
All Managers, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to spend money on advertising to provide information or education that is in the public interest and consistent with the local government's advertising spending policy. 
Section 197(2) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.18. (A.16.14.) 
Manager Financial services 
Power to transfer money to or from a trust fund in accordance with section 201 Local Government Regulation 2012 
Section 201 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.19. 
Manager, Governance 
Power to present a report of an audit committee (compiled pursuant to section 211(1)(c) of the Local Government Regulation 2012 to the next meeting of the local government. 
Section 211(4) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.20. (A.16.16. and A.16.18.) 
Requisitioner (Buyer) 
Power to invite quotations or tenders 
Section 225 (1) and 226, Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.21. (A.16.17.) 
Delegate (Approver)
Power to decide to accept a quote or to decide not to accept any of the quotes it receives for a medium sized contractual arrangement. 
Section 225(3) and (4) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
In accordance with Council's Procurement Policy and Financial Delegation

 

B.17.22. (A.16.19.) 
Manager 
Power to dispose of goods or non- current assets.
Sections 227 and 238 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, General Manager up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.23. (A.16.20.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to shortlist after calling 'Expressions of Interest' for tenders.
Section 228(6) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, General Manager up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.24. (A.16.20.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer  
Power to invite changes to tenders. 
Section 228(7) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, General Manager up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.25. (A.16.20.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer 
Power to decide to accept a tender or not to accept any tenders it receives. 
Section 228(8) and (9) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, General Manager up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.26. (A.16.21.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to enter into a medium sized contractual arrangement or large sized contractual arrangement in accordance with a quote or tender consideration plan adopted by local government resolution. 
Section 230(1) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, General Manager up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.27. (A.16.22.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to enter into a medium sized contractual arrangement or large sized contractual arrangement for services with a person on an approved contractor list. 
Section 231(2) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, General Manager up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.28. (A.16.24.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to enter into a contract for a medium sized contractual arrangement or large sized contractual arrangement for the supply of goods or services with a supplier from a register of pre qualified suppliers. 
Section 232(2) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, General Manager up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.29. (A.16.26.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer 
Power to enter into a medium sized contractual arrangement or large sized contractual arrangement for goods or services with a preferred supplier under a preferred supplier arrangement. 
Section 233(2) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 Manager up to $200,000, 
General Manager up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.30. (A.16.27.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to establish a preferred supplier arrangement by inviting tenders. 
Section 233(3) to (8) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, GM up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.31. (A.16.28.) 
Requisitioner 
Power to enter into a contract for goods and services under an LGA arrangement. 
Section 234(1) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Where in accordance with Council's Procurement Policy and Financial Delegation

 

B.17.32.(A.16.29.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer, General Manager 
Power to enter into a medium sized contractual arrangement or large sized contractual arrangement in circumstances specified in section 235 Local Government Regulation 2012. 
Section 235 (d), (e), (f) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, GM up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.33. (A.16.30.) 
Manager, General Manager 
Power to dispose of a valuable non current asset other than by tender or auction in circumstances specified in section 236 Local Government Regulation 2012. 
Section 236 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, GM up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000

 

B.17.34. (A.16.31.) 
Manager, Executive Project Management Officer
Power to make, amend or discharge a contract for the local government
Section 238 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Manager up to $200,000, General Manager up to $750,000 and CEO from $750,000 (value based on total procurement ) General Managers will have the ability to approve individual variations up to the level of their financial delegation, so long as the project budget is not exceeded.(ie. up to $750,000)

 

B.17.35. (A.16.31.) 
Managers 
Power to provide tenders or quotes or enter into contracts to provide recoverable works 
Section 238 Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014 
Subject to financial delegations

 

B.17.36. (A.16.32.) 
Manager, Governance 
Power to publish the list of items to be discussed at a meeting, including details or documents relating to an item, on the local government's website. 
Section 277(6) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.37. 
General Managers 
Power to suspend an employee from duty if satisfied, on reasonable grounds that the local government employee will be subject to disciplinary action. 
Section 282 (1) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.38. 
Manager, Governance 
Power to record particulars of each person given access to a register of interests, and the date of that access. 
Section 294(3) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.39. 
Manager, Governance 
Power to inform the person to whom the register of interests relates, the day that access to their register was given. 
Section 294(4) Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.40. 
Coordinator Audit and Compliance 
Power to report missing property to appropriate authorities (eg. QPS, Auditor General). 
Section 307A Local Government Regulation 2012
7 May 2014

 

B.17.41
Co-ordinator, Local Laws and Policy Development
In respect of conducting Public Interest Tests for proposed Local Laws and proposed Subordinate Local Laws containing anti-competitive provisions, the power to:
-  prepare public interest test plans; and
-  conduct public interest tests; and
-  prepare public interest test reports.
Section 38 of Local Government Act 2009; Section 15 of Local Government Regulation 2012
20 November 2015

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.18.01. (A.17.01.) 
Plumbing Inspector 
Power to administer the Standard Plumbing and Drainage Regulation for Council's area, or those areas not under Council's control that it has been requested to administer by the entity that has control of the area. 
Section 89 Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.18.02. (A.17.02.) 
Manager, People and Organisational Development 
Power to appoint those individuals that have the qualifications and experience prescribed under the Standard Plumbing and Drainage Regulation 2003 as an inspector for the purposes of the Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002. 
Section 107 Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.18.03. (A.17.03.) 
Manager, People and Organisational Development 
Power to sign a notice containing conditions limiting an inspector's powers under the Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002. 
Section 108 Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.18.04. (A.17.04.) 
Manager Governance and Manager People and Organisational Development 
Power to issue an identity card to each inspector appointed under section 107 of the Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002. 
Section 109 Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.18.05. (A.17.05.)
Plumber Inspector 
Power to issue show causes notices before a local government gives a person an enforcement notice under section 116(1)(a)(ii) to (iv) or (2) of the Plumbing and Drainage Act2002. 
Sections 115 Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.18.06. (A.17.06.) 
Plumber Inspector 
Power to issue an enforcement notice to the owner of premises requiring the owner to do a stated thing. 
Section 116(1) Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.18.07. (A.17.07.) 
Plumber Inspector 
Power to issue an enforcement notice to a person who has performed plumbing or drainage work or on-site sewerage work requiring the person to do a stated thing. 
Section 116(2) Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.18.08. (A.17.08.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services Plumber Inspector 
Power to give an enforcement notice to the owner or occupier of the premises to install a backflow prevention device. 
Section 117(2)(a) Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.18.09. (A.17.09.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services Plumber Inspector 
Power to give an enforcement notice to the owner or occupier of the premises to register a backflow prevention device that is required to be registered under the Standard Plumbing and Drainage Regulation 2003. 
Section 117(2)(b) Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.18.10. (A.17.10.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services Plumber Inspector
Power to give an enforcement notice to the owner or occupier of the premises to have a backflow prevention device inspected, tested and if necessary repaired or replaced by a licensee licensed to do the work. 
Section 117(2)(c) Plumbing and Drainage Act 2002
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.19.01. (A.18.01.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to administer and enforce the Act for Council's area. 
Section 9 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003 
7 May 2014

 

B.19.02. (A.18.02.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider all applications for licences, and determine whether to grant or refuse the application. 
Section 33 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.03. (A.18.03.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to grant an application for a licence only if Council is satisfied— (a) the applicant is a suitable person to hold a licence; and (b) the premises at which the higher risk personal appearance services are to be provided are suitable for providing the services. 
Section 34 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.04. (A.18.04.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to have regard to the matters listed in this section in deciding whether a person is a suitable person to hold a licence. 
Section 35 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.05. (A.18.05.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to have regard to all the matters listed in this section in deciding whether the premises at which higher risk personal appearance services are to be provided are suitable for providing the services. 
Section 36 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.06. (A.18.06.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to make inquiries before making a decision regarding sections 35 and 36 and, by giving notice to the applicant, require the applicant to give Council, within the reasonable time of at least 40 days stated in the notice, further information or a document Council reasonably requires to decide the application. 
Section 37 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.07. (A.18.07.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to impose conditions on a licence. 
Sections 38(2) and 41(1)(c) Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.08. (A.18.08.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to decide the earlier ending date of a licence. 
Section 40 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.09. (A.18.09.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider all applications for renewals of licences, and determine whether to grant or refuse the application for renewal. 
Section 44 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.10. (A.18.10.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to give a notice to a licensee requiring the licensee to give Council, within a reasonable period of at least 40 days stated in the notice, further information or a document Council reasonably requires to decide a licence renewal application. 
Section 45 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.11. (A.18.11.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider all applications for amendments to licences, and determine whether to grant or refuse the application to amend the licence. 
Section 47 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.12. (A.18.12.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to give a notice to the licensee requiring the licensee to give Council, within a reasonable period of at least 40 days stated in the notice, further information or a document Council reasonably requires to decide an licence amendment application. 
Section 48 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.13. (A.18.13.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to determine whether to grant or refuse the application to transfer the licence by having regard to whether the transferee is a suitable person to hold a licence and whether the premises are suitable for providing higher risk personal appearance services. 
Section 49 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.14. (A.18.14.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to give a notice to the licensee requiring the licensee to give Council, within a reasonable period of at least 40 days stated in the notice, further information or a document Council reasonably requires to decide a licence transfer application. 
Section 50 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.15. (A.18.15.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to, for forming a belief that the ground for suspending or cancelling a licence mentioned in subsection (1)(a) exists, have regard to the matters to which Council may have regard in deciding whether a proposed licensee is a suitable person to hold the licence 
Section 51(2) Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.16. (A.18.16.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to issue a 'show cause notice'. 
Section 52 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.17. (A.18.17.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services
Power to determine whether grounds continue to exist for the suspension or cancellation of a licence after issuing the licensee with a 'show cause' notice, and if so, determine whether to suspend or cancel the licence. 
Sections 54 and 55 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 for section 54 only

 

B.19.18. (A.18.18.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power to suspend a licence immediately if Council believes— (a) a ground exists to suspend or cancel the licence; and (b) it is necessary to suspend the licence immediately because there is an immediate and serious risk of infection to the licensee's clients. 
Section 56 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.19. (A.18.19.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to consider all applications for a replacement licence, and determine whether to grant or refuse the application for the replacement licence. 
Section 62 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.20. (A.18.20.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to make an agreement with a licensee intending to provide higher risk personal appearance services from mobile premises to allow a lesser period for notification to Council of the licensee's intentions. 
Section 65(3) Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.21. (A.18.21.)
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to, where Council is the second local government for a licence under the Act, notify the first local government where it is reasonable to believe that a mobile licensee or operator has contravened their licence. 
Section 68 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.22. (A.18.22.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to, where Council is the first local government and has been notified by a second local government of their reasonable belief that a mobile license holder or operator has breached their licence conditions, take action under the Act. 
Section 69 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.23. (A.18.23.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power to appoint authorised persons. 
Section 70 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.24. (A.18.24.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services
Power to apply conditions to an authorised person's powers under the Act by giving the person a signed notice. 
Section 72 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.25. (A.18.25.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to monitor compliance with the Act by having authorised persons inspect places of business in Council's areas and recover monitoring costs from business proprietors. 
Section 105 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.26. (A.18.26.) 
Administration Officer Level 2 Environmental Health Services Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power to charge a business proprietor an inspection fee to check if the remedial notice given by an authorised person acting for Council to the proprietor has been complied with. 
Section 110 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.27. (A.18.27.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to prosecute a business proprietor or operator for the contravention of a relevant provision for which a remedial notice has been issued without an authorised person first issuing a remedial notice for the contravention. 
Section 111(7) Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.28. (A.18.28.) 
Administration Officer Level 4 Environmental Health Services Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to, at any time, extend the time for applying for a review of Council's original decision relating to a licence application. 
Section 121(2) Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.29. (A.18.29.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6 
Power to, upon request, review an original decision and make a determination according to section 122 of the Act. 
Part 7, Division 1 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.30. (A.18.30.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to, following the conviction of a person of an offence against this Act, apply to the court for an order against the person for the payment of the costs Council has incurred in taking a thing or doing something else during the investigation of the offence. 
Section 137 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.31. (A.18.31.) 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services
Power to deal with a thing forfeited to Council, including destroying the thing. 
Section 140 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.32. (A.18.32.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to commence proceedings against a person who has committed an offence against the Act. 
Section 143 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.33. (A.18.33.) 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services
Power to approve forms to be used in the administration and enforcement of the Act. 
Section 147 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.34. (A.18.34.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to, with regard to an application for registration of premises made under part 15 of the former regulation, assess the suitability of the application and the premises under this Act, and make inquiries and require further information or a document under section 37 of the Act. 
Section 153 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.35. (A.18.35.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to, with regard to an application for renewal of registration of premises made under part 15 of the former regulation, assess the suitability of the applicant and the premises under this Act, and make inquiries and require further information or a document under section 45 of the Act. 
Section 154 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.19.36. (A.18.36.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to, with regard to an application for registration or renewal of registration of 2 or more premises to which sections 153(2) and 154(2) apply, issue a single licence to cover all the premises. 
Section 155 Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Act 2003
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.20.01. (A.19.01.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Technical Officer Level 4 Environmental Health Services 
Power to administer and enforce the Act regarding local government public health risks and a regulation made under section 61 stating that the regulation is to be administered and enforced by local governments only. 
Section 13 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.02. 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services 
Power to agree with the chief executive to administer or enforce the Act in partnership with the State. 
Section 14 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.03. 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Technical Officer Level 4 Environmental Health Services 
Power to exercise the powers Council has agreed to exercise pursuant to an agreement under section 14(1)(b) of this Act. 
Section 14(3) Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.04. 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power to consult with the chief executive before the chief executive takes any action under section 15(3) of the Act. 
Section 16 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.05. 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power to consult with the chief executive before the chief executive issues a notice requiring Council to provide information about its administration and enforcement of a matter under chapter 2. 
Section 17 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.06. 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power to consult with the chief executive of a department administering the Acts under section 22(1) before the authorised person issues a public health order under section 22 of this Act. 
Section 22 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.07. (A.19.04.) 
Manager Financial Services 
Power, as an issuing authority, to recover the amount, plus interest, a person has been ordered to pay under an enforcement order as an overdue rate payable to Council under the Local Government Act 2009. 
Section 31 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.08. (A.19.06.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power to consult with the chief executive before the chief executive authorises a prevention and control program which relates to Council's local government area. 
Section 36(5) Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.09. 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services 
Power to agree to the chief executive authorising Council to undertake a prevention and control program. 
Section 39 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.10. (A.19.07.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a water service provider , to inform the authorised person that Council believes that it has complied with an improvement notice issued under this division. 
Section 57B Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.11. (A.19.08.) 
Manager ICT 
Power to enter into an agreement with the chief executive for the disclosure of confidential information. 
Sections 84(1)(b)(i) and (2)(a), 226(1)(b)(i) and (2)(a), 244(1)(b)(i) and (2)(a), and 269(1)(b)(i) and (2)(a) Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.12. 
Manager Environmental Health Services 
Power to agree to the appointment of a Council employee as a contact tracing officer. 
Section 90 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.13. 
Manager Environmental Health Services and Manager, People and Organisational Development 
Power to appoint an authorised person for the purposes of the Public Health Act 2005. 
Sections 377 and 378 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014 
Manager Environmental Health Services limited to appointment of EHS staff.

 

B.20.14. 
Manager Environmental Health Services Manager Governance 
Power to issue an identity card to each authorised person. 
Section 380 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014
Manager Environmental Health Services limited to issue of ID cards to EHS staff.

 

B.20.15. (A.19.09.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Technical Officer Level 4 Environmental Health Services
Power, as an issuing authority, to enter the place, at reasonable times, to take the steps stated in a public health order where the person has failed to comply the order. 
Section 388(2) Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.16. (A.19.10.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Technical Officer Level 4 Environmental Health Services
Power, as an issuing authority, to give the occupier and owner of a place a notice required under the section, where an authorised person intends to enter the place to take steps required under a public health order. 
Section 393(2) Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.17. (A.19.11.) 
Manager Financial Services 
Power, as an issuing authority, to recover the amount payable, including interest, of the reasonable costs and expenses incurred by Council in exercising powers under section 388 or 405 as an overdue rate payable to Council under the Local Government Act 2009. 
Section 406 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.18. 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to publish notice of an approved inspection program. 
Section 428 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.19.
Manager Financial Services 
Power to provide a certificate regarding section 443 proceedings stating the costs incurred by Council and the way in which, and purpose for which, the costs were incurred. 
Section 440(4) Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.20. (A.19.13.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to apply to the court for an order against a person convicted of an offence against the Act for the payment of the costs Council has incurred in taking a thing or doing something else during the investigation of the offence. 
Section 443(1)(b) Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.21. (A.19.14.) 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services 
Power to deal with a thing forfeited as Council considers appropriate, including destroying the thing. 
Section 446 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.22. (A.19.15.) 
Manager Governance 
Power, as an owner of a thing forfeited to a relevant entity under section 413(1), to appeal against a decision resulting in the forfeiture of the thing. 
Section 450 Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

 

B.20.23. 
Coordinator Level 7 Environmental Health Services 
Power to approve forms for use by Council under the Public Health Act 2005. 
Section 458(2) Public Health Act 2005
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.21.01. (A.20.01) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Technical Officer Level 4 Local Laws Officer Level 2 
Power to administer and enforce Part 1A, Divisions 1, 2 and 3. 
Sections 2C, 2M, and 2T Public Health Regulation 2005
7 May 2014 
Local Law Officer Level 2 for Part 1A Division 2 Environmental Health Services only

 

B.21.02. (A.20.02) 
Waste Services – Supervisors
Power to approve a site for the disposal of asbestos waste. 
Section 2I(2)(c) Public Health Regulation 2005
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.22.01 
Manager, Governance 
Power to receive a public interest disclosure where the local government is a proper authority for the purposes of section 15 of the Public Interest Disclosure Act. 
Section 17(3)(a) Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010 
7 May 2014

 

B.22.02. 
Manager, Governance 
(a) Power to ensure that a proper record is kept about disclosures received by the public sector entity. 
Section 29(1) and (2) Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010
7 May 2014

 

B.22.03. 
Manager, Governance 
Power to review a decision not to investigate upon request from the person receiving written reasons for the decision. Section 30(3) Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010
7 May 2014

 

B.22.04. (A.21.02.) 
Manager, Governance 
Power to refer a disclosure to another public sector entity in certain circumstances. 
Section 31(1) and (2) Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010
7 May 2014

 

B.22.05. (A.21.03.) 
Manager, Governance 
Power to give a person making a disclosure, or an entity referring a disclosure, reasonable information about the disclosure. Section 32(1) and (2) Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.23.01. 
Manager ICT 
Power to ensure that Council, under Section 7(1): (a) makes and keeps full and accurate public records; and (b) regards any relevant policy, standards and guidelines made by the State Archivist about the making and keeping of public records. 
Section 7(2) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.02. 
Manager ICT 
Power to undertake an arrangement between Council and another person regarding the custody of a Council record. The arrangement must include the safe keeping, proper preservation and return of the record. 
Section 8 (2) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.03. 
Manager ICT 
Power, for records more than 25 years old to: (a) give written notice of the record's existence to the State Archivist; and (b) if Council no longer needs the record to remain in its custody, if authorised by the State Archivist, give the record to Queensland State Archives. 
Section 10(1) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.04. 
Manager ICT 
Power to, for records less than 25 years old, if Council no longer needs the record to remain in its custody and if authorised by the State Archivist, give the record to Queensland State Archives. 
Section 11(2) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.05. 
Manager ICT 
Power to authorise the destruction of public records that have either been created or received by Council in the course of its business activities and can be disposed of under an authorised Queensland State Archives' retention and disposal schedule. 
Section 13 & 26 Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.06. 
Manager ICT 
Power to determine the restricted access period for permanent Council records that are transferred to Queensland State Archives. This will be provided to the State Archivist in the form of a restricted access notice. 
Section 16 Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.07. 
Manager ICT 
Power, regarding public access to public records if the restricted access period has not ended, to give the State Archivist written notice stating: (a) that Council has classified the record as a record to which unrestricted access is allowed; or (b) that access to the record may be given on conditions stated in the notice. 
Section 18(2)(b) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.08 
Manager ICT 
Power to refuse to allow access to a Council record if: (a) giving access to the record would be detrimental to its preservation; or (b) the record is reasonably available for purchase by members of the community under arrangements made by Council; or (c) information in the record can be produced or made available only with the use of particular equipment or information technology and Council does not possess, and can not reasonably obtain access to, the equipment of information technology; or (d) giving access to the record is restricted under a regulation under subsection (4) or (5) of 
Section 18. Section 18(3) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.09 
Manager ICT 
Power to include the imposition of a condition on access to a Council record as part of a restriction under a regulation 
Section 18(6) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.10. 
Manager ICT 
Power to change the restricted access notice for a Council record held at Queensland State Archives through written notice to the State Archivist 
Section 19(2) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.11. 
Manager ICT 
Power, if requested in writing by the State Archivist, to agree to change the restricted access notice. 
Section 19(3) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.12. 
Manager ICT 
Power, should a dispute arise between Council and the State Archivist about the restricted access notice, to refer to dispute to the Public Records Review Committee. 
Section 19(4) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.13. 
Manager ICT 
Power to undertake arrangements with the State Archivist to store Council records in a place other than Queensland State Archives. 
Section 28 Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.14. 
Manager ICT 
Power to make written application to the Public Records Review Committee for a review of a decision made by the State Archivist refusing to authorise the disposal of particular public records or classes of public records. 
Section 39(1) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.15. 
Manager ICT 
Power to grant full and free access to all Council records currently in Council's possession to an authorised officer of Queensland State Archives after receiving reasonable notice of the intended access. 
Section 46(1) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.23.16. 
Manager ICT 
Power, if asked by an authorised officer of Queensland State Archives, to: (a) produce Council's records, or a particular type or sample of records, for the officer's inspection; and (b) give the officer access to Council's records, or a particular type or sample of records in the reasonable way requested by the officer; and (c) allow the officer to examine Council's systems for making, keeping and preserving records. 
Section 47(1) Public Records Act 2002
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.24.01 (A.22.02.) 
General Manager Planning and Development 
Power to give the authority a written recommendation to impose a condition for infrastructure to which the Sustainable Planning Act, chapter 8, part 1, applies. 
Section 53(4) Queensland Reconstruction Authority Act 2011
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.25.01. (A.23.01.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 Compliance Officer Level 3 Technical Officer Level 4 
Power, on application by a person conducting, or proposing to conduct, a residential service in premises, to assess and determine whether a building complies with the prescribed building requirements. 
Section 29(1) and (3) Residential Services (Accreditation) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.25.02. (A.23.02.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 Compliance Officer Level 3 Technical Officer Level 4 
Power, where a building complies with the prescribed building requirements, to issue a building compliance notice. 
Section 29(1) and Schedule 2 Residential Services (Accreditation) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.25.03. (A.23.03.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 
Power to approve the form to be used for an application under section 29(1) Residential Services (Accreditation) Act 2002. 
Section 29(2)(a) Residential Services (Accreditation) Act 2002
7 May 2014

 

B.25.04.(A.23.04.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 Compliance Officer Level 3 Technical Officer Level 4 
Power to issue a notice stating the extent to which the premises comply with the prescribed building requirements. 
Section 189(3)(a) Residential Services (Accreditation) Act 2002
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.26.01. (A.24.01.) 
Manager ICT 
Power to disclose information under a publication scheme, without limiting another way Council may disclose information. 
Section 22 Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.02. (A.24.02.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (Review Officer) 
Power to give access to a document created after the application is received but before notice is given under section 54. 
Section 27(2) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.03. (A.24.03.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to search for a document from a backup system if Council considers the search appropriate. 
Section 29(2) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.04. 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to deal with an access application. 
Section 30(1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.05. (A.24.05.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to: (1) ask the applicant for a further specified period to consider the application; (2) make additional requests for further specified periods under subsection (1); and (3) continue to consider the application and make a considered decision in relation to it only if— (a) Council has asked the applicant for a further specified period under subsection (1); and (b) the applicant has not refused the request; and (c) Council has not received notice that the applicant has applied for review under this Act. 
Section 35 Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.06. (A.24.06.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to make an agreement with the applicant to extend the prescribed period. 
Section 36(7), "prescribed period" Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.07. (A.24.07.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to give access to a document that contains information the disclosure of which may reasonably be expected to be of concern to a government, agency or person (the relevant third party) only if Council has taken steps that are reasonably practicable— (a) to obtain the views of the relevant third party about whether— (i) the document is a document to which this Act does not apply; or (ii) the information is exempt information or contrary to public interest information; and (b) to inform the relevant third party that if access is given to the document because of an access application, access may also be given to the document under a disclosure log. Section 37 (1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.08. (A.24.08.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) Power to decide that: (a) a document to which section 37(1) applies is a document to which the Act does not apply; or (b) information in a document referred to in (a) is not exempt information or contrary to public interest information 
Section 37(3)(b) ) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.09. (A.24.09.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to transfer the application to another agency if— (a) the document to which the application relates is not in Council's possession but is, to Council's knowledge, in the other agency's possession; and (b) the other agency consents to the transfer. 
Section 38(2) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.10. (A.24.10.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to deal with an access application even if this Act provides that the Council may refuse to deal with the application. 
Section 39(3) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.11. (A.24.11.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to refuse to deal with the access application without having identified any or all of the documents if— (a) an access application is expressed to relate to all documents, or to all documents of a stated class, that contain information of a stated kind or relate to a stated subject matter; and (b) it appears to Council that all of the documents to which the application relates are comprised of exempt information. 
Section 40 Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.12. (A.24.12.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to refuse to deal with an access application or, if Council is considering 2 or more access applications by the applicant, all the applications, if Council considers the work involved in dealing with the application or all the applications would, if carried out, substantially and unreasonably divert the resources of the Council from their use by Council in the performance of its functions, provided that the conditions set out in section 42(1) have been complied with.
Section 41(1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.13. (A.24.13.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to make an agreement with an applicant to extend the prescribed consultation period. 
Section 42(6)(b) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.14. (A.24.14.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to refuse to deal with the later application to the extent it is for access to a document or documents sought under the first application if— (a) when the later application was made, Council had not decided the first application; or (b) in relation to the first application, if made under this Act— (i) the applicant had been given notice under section 54 that access was to be given to the document sought or to some or all of the documents sought; or (ii) Council had decided that the application was for a document to which this Act does not apply; or (iii) Council had decided the document or documents sought were documents access to which was refused under section 47; or (iv) Council had refused to deal with it under this part; or (c) in relation to the first application, if made under the Information Privacy Act— (i) the applicant had been given notice under section 68 of that Act that access was to be given to the document sought or to some or all the documents sought; or (ii) Council had decided that the application was for a document to which chapter 3 of that Act does not apply; or (iii) Council had decided t the document or documents sought were documents access to which was refused under section 67 of that Act; or (iv) Council had refused to deal with it under chapter 3, part 4 of that Act; or (d) Council's decision on the first application— (i) is the subject of a review and the review is not complete; or (ii) has been the subject of a completed review (other than an internal review). 
Section 43(3) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.15. (A.24.15.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to refuse access to a document of the Council. 
Section 47(3) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.16. (A.24.16.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to decide whether disclosure of a document would, on balance, be contrary to the public interest 
Sections 48(1), 49(1), 50(1), and 51(1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.17. (A.24.17.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to give access to all or part of a document despite Council's power under section 47(3)(a) to refuse access to all or part of the document. 
Section 48(3) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.18. (A.24.18.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to give access to all or part of a document despite Council's power under section 47(3)(b) to refuse access to all or part of the document. 
Section 49(5) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.19. (A.24.19.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to give access to all or part of a document despite Council's power under section 47(3)(c) to refuse access to all or part of the document. 
Section 50(4) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.20. (A.24.20.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to give access to all or part of a document despite Council's power under section 47(3)(d) to refuse access to all or part of the document. 
Section 51(3) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.21. (A.24.21.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to satisfy itself in dealing an application for access to a document that is non-existent or unlocatable, that— (a) the document does not exist; or (b) the document has been or should be in Council's possession, and all reasonable steps have been taken to find the document but the document cannot be found. 
Section 52(1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decisionB.26.22. (A.24.22.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to give a prescribed written notice, with regards to an access application for a document containing prescribed information, that does not include details mentioned in section 191(a) or (b), and in a schedule of relevant documents. 
Section 55 (2) and (3) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.23. (A.24.23.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to waive a processing charge, or access charge, for an access application if Council considers that the likely associated costs to Council would be more than the likely amount of the charge. 
Section 64(1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.24. (A.24.24.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to give access to a document in one or more of the prescribed forms in section 68(1). 
Section 68(1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.25. (A.24.25.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to refuse to give access to documents in a form requested by the applicant and give access in another form in the circumstances specified in section 68(4). 
Section 68(4) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.26. (A.24.26.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to give access to a document in another form agreed to by the applicant 
Section 68(8) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.27. (A.24.27.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to allow an additional period during which a person may access a document. 
Section 69(2) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.28. (A.24.28.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to defer giving access to a document for a reasonable period if the document was prepared— (a) for presentation to the Assembly or a committee of the Assembly; or (b) for release to the media; or (c) solely for inclusion, in the same or an amended form, in a document to be prepared for a purpose mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b); and the document is yet to be presented or released, or included in a document to be presented or released, as the case may be. 
Section 72(1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.29. (A.24.29.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to delete irrelevant information from a copy of a document and give access to the document by giving access to a copy of the document with the irrelevant information deleted, only if Council considers the applicant would accept the copy and it is reasonably practicable to give access to the copy. 
Section 73 Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.30. (A.24.30.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power, subject to section 55, to give access to a document containing exempt information if it is practicable to give access to a copy of the document from which the exempt information has been deleted and it appears to Council that the applicant would wish to be given access to the copy. 
Section 74 Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.31. (A.24.31.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power, subject to section 55, to give access to a document containing contrary to public interest information if it is practicable to give access to a copy of the document from which the contrary to public interest information has been deleted and it appears to Council that the applicant would wish to be given access to the copy. 
Section 75 Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.32. (A.24.32.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to consider, despite Council refusing access to a document to the extent that it comprises personal information of the applicant, whether it is consistent with the primary object of the Act to give the applicant or an intermediary a summary of the personal information on conditions of use or disclosure agreed between Council and the intermediary, or between Council, the intermediary and the applicant specified in section 76(2). 
Section 76(2) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.33. (A.24.33.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to consult, or make an agreement, with the information giver or a person other than the applicant if a summary of information under section 76(2) includes information given by the information giver or the other person. 
Section 76(3) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.34. (A.24.35.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) Power to— (a) include a copy of a document, or details identifying the document and information about how the document may be accessed, in a disclosure log if that document that does not contain personal information of the applicant and is accessed by the applicant within the access period; or (b) include details identifying the document and information about how the document may be accessed and any applicable charge if the applicant has failed to access the document within the access period. 
Section 78(1) and (5) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.35. (A.24.36.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to apply to the information commissioner to participate in an external review if Council is affected by the decision the subject of the external review. 
Section 89(2) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.36. (A.24.37.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to apply to the information commissioner to allow Council further time to deal with the access application which has become the subject of an application for an external review concerning a deemed decision in relation to an access application. 
Section 93(1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

 

B.26.37. (A.24.38.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power, as a participant in an external review, to apply to the information commissioner to correct an error in a written decision of the commissioner.
Section 111(2) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.38. (A.24.39.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power, as a participant in an external review, to make a request to the information commissioner to refer a question of law arising on an external review to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal. 
Section 118 (1) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.39. (A.24.40.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power, as a participant in an external review, to appeal to the appeal tribunal against a decision of the information commissioner on the external review. 
Section 119 Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.26.40 (A.24.41.) 
Manager ICT (default) Manager, Governance (review officer) 
Power to make an application to the information commissioner to extend the 10 year period during which disclosure of certain information cannot be made. 
Schedule 4, Part 4, section1(3) Right to Information Act 2009
7 May 2014 
When undertaking an internal review of a decision

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.27.01. 
Plumbing Inspector 
Power to decide that a plan for compliance assessable work or on-site sewerage work includes a part of the work that is outside the local government's expertise to assess. 
Section 15 Standard Plumbing and Drainage Regulation 2003
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.28.01. (A.25.01.) 
Administration Officer Level 3
Power, as administering authority, to approve (or refuse where the conditions in this section have not been complied with) an application for payment of a fine by instalments. 
Section 23 State Penalties Enforcement Act 1999
7 May 2014 
Environmental Health Services only

 

B.28.02. (A.25.02.) 
Administration Officer Level 3 
Power, as administering authority, to submit particulars required for registration of approval of instalment payments with the State Penalties Enforcement Registry. 
Section 24(1) State Penalties Enforcement Act 1999
7 May 2014 
Environmental Health Services only

 

B.28.03. (A.25.03.) 
Administration Officer Level 3 
Power, as administering authority, to withdraw an infringement notice. 
Section 28(1) State Penalties Enforcement Act 1999
7 May 2014 
Environmental Health Services only

 

B.28.04. (A.25.04.) 
Administration Officer Level 3 
Power, as administering authority, to give the State Penalties Enforcement Registry a default certificate for registration in respect of any recipient of an infringement notice who has not taken action within the time period provided by the infringement notice. 
Section 33(1) State Penalties Enforcement Act 1999
7 May 2014 
Environmental Health Services only

 

B.28.05. (A.25.05.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as administering authority, to (a) commence proceedings against an applicant for an offence; or (b) accept payment of the fine in full; or (c) issue a fresh infringement notice where the registrar has cancelled an enforcement notice and referred the matter back to Council. 
Section 57(5) State Penalties Enforcement Act 1999
7 May 2014 
Chief Legal Counsel

 

B.28.06. 
Manager 
Power to delegate Council's powers as administering authority under the State Penalties Enforcement Act to an appropriately qualified person. 
Section 160 State Penalties Enforcement Act 1999
7 May 2014

 

B.28.07. (A.25.06.) 
Technical Officer Level 4 
Power to approve forms for use as infringement notices. 
Section 162 State Penalties Enforcement Act 1999
7 May 2014 
Environmental Health Services only

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.29.01. (A.26.01.) 
Conservation and Pest Management Staff 
Power to destroy stray diseased stock found on any road or land under Council control. 
Section 19 Stock Act 1915
7 May 2014 
Conservation and Pest Management Staff with Weapons Authorisation under Councils adopted Firearms policy

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.30.01. 
Manager Property Services 
Power to appoint a graffiti removal officer 
Section 37 Summary Offences Act 2005
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.31.01. (A.27.01.) 
Strategic Property Officer 
Power, as an owner or occupier of land, to consent to a surveyor placing a permanent survey mark on the land. 
Section 21(2) Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.31.02. (A.27.02.) 
Coordinator Survey 
Power, as a public authority that placed, or requested to be placed, a survey mark, to give to the chief executive a copy of a survey plan or other information necessary to establish a survey mark as a recognised permanent survey mark. 
Section 34 Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.31.03. (A.27.03.) 
Coordinator Survey 
Power, where the survey mark is on a road under the control of Council, to maintain the integrity of survey markers, and provide updated information to the survey control register. 
Section 39 Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.31.04. (A.27.04.) 
Coordinator Survey 
Power, as a public authority, where the survey mark is on land, other than roads, controlled by Council, to maintain the integrity of survey markers, and provide updated information to the survey control register. 
Section 40 Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003
7 May 2014

 

B.31.05. (A.27.05.) 
Coordinator Survey 
Power, as a public authority, where a person interferes with a recognised permanent survey mark, to take action reasonably necessary to reinstate the physical and survey integrity of a recognised permanent survey marker. 
Section 44 Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.32.01. (A.28.01.)
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to accept or refuse a request made under section 95, including extending the request period by 10 days. 
Section 96 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.02. (A.28.02.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to issue a written notice of Council's decision under section 96. 
Section 97 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.03. (A.28.03.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to decide an application for extension of time made under section 98(2), and give written notice of that decision. 
Section 98(2) and (4) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.04. (A.28.04.) 
Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to provide a certified copy of an adopted consolidated planning scheme to the chief executive of the department. 
Section 122(4) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.05. (A.28.05.) 
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to publish in a local newspaper and government gazette notice of a repealed temporary local planning instrument. 
Section 123(3) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.06. (A.28.06.) 
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power as local government to provide copy of the notice published under section 123(3) to the chief executive of the department. 
Section 123(4) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.07. (A.28.07.) 
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to publish in a local newspaper and government gazette notice of a repealed planning scheme policy. |
Section 124(3) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.08. (A.28.08.) 
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power as local government to provide copy of the notice published under section 124(3) to the chief executive of the department. 
Section 124(4) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.09. (A.28.09.) 
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to facilitate the designation of land for community infrastructure under Chapter 5 of the Act. For avoidance of doubt, the power delegated includes (without limitation) the power to take all actions as detailed in sections 206, 211, 212, 213, 216, 223, 224, 225, 226 and 227. 
Sections 206, 211 212, 213, 216, 223, 224, 225, 226 and 227 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014 
Limitation - if determined to be contentious by General Manager, Manager or Council that it be determined by Council

 

B.32.10. (A.28.10.) 
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government or owner of any land to which the proposed designation applies, to make a submission to the Minister in relation to a Ministerial designation of land. 
Section 207 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014 
Limitation - if determined to be contentious by General Manager, Manager or Council that it be determined by Council

 

B.32.11. (A.28.11.) 
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to enter a Ministerial designation of land in its planning scheme. 
Section 211 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.12. (A.28.12.) 
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to facilitate the repeal of a designation made by Council. For the avoidance of doubt, the power delegated includes (without limitation) the power to take all actions as detailed in sections 218, 219 and 221.
Sections 218, 219 and 221 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

B.32.13. (A.28.14.)
Senior Planner, Development Services; Executive Officer, Client Management and Senior Engineer, Development Services
Power to act as the "assessment manager" for all applications received by Council under Chapter 6 of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009. For avoidance of doubt, the power delegated includes (without limitation) the power to take all actions of an assessment manager as detailed in sections 256, 259, 260, 261, 262, 266, 267, 268, 272, 274, 276, 277, 279, 280, 286, 297, 303, 304, 305, 309, 310, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 324, 325, 327, 328, 331, 334, 337, 339, 348, 350, 352, 354, 355, 357, 362, 363, 368, 371, 373, 374, 375, 376, 378, 381, 383, 386, 387, 389, 417, 418, 419, 428, 433 and 434 of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009.
Sections 256, 259, 260, 261, 262, 266, 267, 268, 272, 274, 276, 277, 279, 280, 286, 297, 303, 304, 305, 309, 310, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 324, 325, 327, 328, 331, 334, 337, 339, 348, 350, 352, 354, 355, 357, 362, 363, 368, 371, 373, 374, 375, 376, 378, 381, 383, 386, 387, 389, 417, 418, 419, 428, 433 and 434 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
1. Officer may only exercise delegated authority in respect to application types for which the officer is responsible. 
2. Council to be informed of determinations made in relation to Material Change of Use applications requiring Impact Assessment. Where: 
- at least four Councillors seek, by signed notice addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, to have a development matter 'called-in' for
determination by Council; and
- the notice of the 'call-in' is given prior to a decision being made under this delegation,
- the matter cannot be determined under this delegation and must be referred to Council.

 

B.32.14. (A.28.14.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services; Senior Engineer, Development Services; Environmental Officer, Development Services; Landscape Architect, Regional Architecture and Heritage and Executive Officer, Client Management
Power to act as a "referral agency", "concurrence agency" or "advice agency" for all applications referred to Council under Chapter 6, Part 3 of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009. For avoidance of doubt, the power delegated includes (without limitation) the power to take all actions of a "referral agency" or a "concurrence agency" or an "advice agency" as detailed in sections 256, 271, 276, 277, 279, 281, 282, 284, 285, 287, 288, 290, 291, 292, 348, 368, 371, 373, 374, 375, 376, 378, 385, 420 and 434 of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009. 
Sections 256, 271, 276, 277, 279, 281, 282, 284, 285, 287, 288, 290, 291, 292, 348, 368, 371, 373, 374, 375, 376, 378, 385, 420 and 434 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.15. (A.28.15.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services; Senior Engineer, Development Services; Environmental Officer, Development Services; Landscape Architect, Regional Architecture and Heritage and Executive Officer, Client Management
Power, as an entity the Minister considers appropriate, to consult with the Minister in relation to a making or amending the standard conditions. 
Section 332 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.16. (A.28.17.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Charges, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to give an applicant a new infrastructure charges notice to replace the original notice.
Section 364 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.17. (A.28.17.) 
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development 
Power, as a local government, to note an approval on its planning scheme and give notice of that approval to the chief executive of the department. 
Section 391 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.18. (A.28.18.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services; Senior Engineer, Development Services; Environmental Officer, Development Services; Landscape Architect, Regional Architecture and Heritage and Executive Officer, Client Management
Power, as a local government, to carry out compliance assessment. 
Section 399 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.19. (A.28.19.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services; Senior Engineer, Development Services; Environmental Officer, Development Services; Landscape Architect, Regional Architecture and Heritage and Executive Officer, Client Management
Power, as a local government, to assess and give the compliance assessor written notice of Council's response regarding the aspects of a development requiring compliance assessment that must be referred to the local government. 
Section 402 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.20. (A.28.20.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services; Senior Engineer, Development Services; Environmental Officer, Development Services; Landscape Architect, Regional Architecture and Heritage and Executive Officer, Client Management
Power, as a compliance assessor, to decide a request, give an action notice, give a permit with conditions (if any) and give a certificate with conditions (if any). 
Sections 405 and 407 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.21. (A.28.21.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services; Senior Engineer, Development Services; Environmental Officer, Development Services; Landscape Architect, Regional Architecture and Heritage and Executive Officer, Client Management
Power, as a compliance assessor, to respond to a request to withdraw or change an action notice. 
Section 412 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.22. (A.28.22.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services; Senior Engineer, Development Services; Environmental Officer, Development Services; Landscape Architect, Regional Architecture and Heritage and Executive Officer, Client Management
Power, as a compliance assessor, to respond to an application to change a permit or compliance certificate. 
Section 413 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.23. (A.28.23.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to commence proceedings in the Planning and Environment Court for declarations and orders. 
Section 456 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.24. 
Principal Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power to certify a true copy of a local planning instrument. 
Section 460 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.25. (A.28.24.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power as an advice agency, where Council, in its advice agency response, told the assessment manager to treat the response as a properly made submission, to appeal to the Planning and Environment Court. 
Section 464 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.26. (A.28.25.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as a party to a proceeding decided by a building an development committee, to appeal to the Planning and Environment Court against the decision. 
Section 479 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.27. (A.28.26.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as assessment manager, to apply to the court to withdraw from an appeal, if the appeal is only about a concurrence agency's response. 
Section 485(6) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.28. (A.28.27.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an assessment manager, concurrence agency or referral agency for the development application, to elect to become a co-respondent in an appeal. 
Section 485(8) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014B.32.29. (A.28.28.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as a second entity required to be given notice of an appeal under section 484, to elect to be a co-respondent. 
Section 487 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.30. (A.28.29.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an assessment manager, to bring a proceeding before a building and development committee for a declaration about whether the application is a properly made application. 
Section 510 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.31. (A.28.30.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage 
Power, as a compliance assessor, to bring a proceeding before a building and development committee about whether the request for compliance assessment has lapsed under this Act. 
Section 512 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.32. (A.28.31.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as a responsible entity, to bring a proceeding before a building and development committee about whether a proposed change to the approval is a permissible change. 
Section 513 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.33. (A.28.32.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as a person entitled to bring a proceeding for declarations or as a person entitled to start an appeal before a building and development committee, to request the proceeding be fast-tracked. 
Sections 515 and 537 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.34. (A.28.33.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an entity that gave a notice under section 373, to appeal to a building and development committee against a decision on a request to make a permissible change to the development approval. 
Sections 521 and 530 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.35. (A.28.34.)
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an advice agency, to appeal to a building and development committee about the giving of a development approval. 
Section 528 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.36. (A.28.35.)
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an assessment manager, to apply to withdraw from the appeal if the appeal is only about a concurrence agency response. 
Section 543 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.37. (A.28.36.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an entity required under section 541 or 542 to be given notice of the appeal, to elect to be a co-respondent. 
Section 547(3)(b) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.38. (A.28.37.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an assessment manager, to provide all material requested by the registrar. 
Section 551 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.39. (A.28.38.) 
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage
Power, as a party to an appeal or proceedings, to agree to have the matter decided on the basis of written submissions. 
Section 558(b) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.40. (A.28.39.) 
Manager, Development Services; Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage; Assistant Building Surveyor (Compliance), Development Services and Development Compliance Officer, Development Services
Power, as an assessing authority, to give a show cause notice. 
Section 588 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.41. (A.28.40.) 
Manager, Development Services; Manager, Regional Architecture and Heritage; Assistant Building Surveyor (Compliance), Development Services and Development Compliance Officer, Development Services
Power, as an assessing authority, to give an enforcement notice. 
Section 590 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.42. (A.28.41.) 
Manager, Development Services and Co-ordinator, Building and Development Compliance, Development Services
Power to bring proceedings in the Magistrates Court on a complaint to prosecute a person for an offence against Chapter 7, Part 3 of the Act. 
Section 597 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.43. (A.28.42.) 
Manager, Development Services 
Power to bring proceedings in the Planning and Environment Court for an enforcement order, an interim enforcement order, or to cancel or change an enforcement order or interim enforcement order. 
Section 601 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.44. (A.28.43.) 
Manager, Development Services 
Power, as assessing authority, where the Planning and Environment Court has convicted a person of an offence against this Act, to apply to the court for an order against the person for the payment of the costs and expenses incurred in taking a sample or conducting an inspection, test measurement or analysis during the investigation of the offence. 
Section 614 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.45. (A.28.44.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services and Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Charges, Strategic Planning and Economic Development 
Power, as a local government, to impose a condition in relation to non-trunk infrastructure. 
Section 626 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.46. (A.28.47.)
Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government and following Council making a charges resolution, to: (a) upload and keep the resolution on its website; and (b) attach the resolution to each copy of its planning scheme that it gives to, or publishes for, others.
Section 634(1) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014
Applicable under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.47. (A.28.48.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Charges, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power to give an Infrastructure Charges Notice.
Section 635(2) & 635(3) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.48. (A.28.49.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to decide whether an infrastructure requirement has been complied with and whether demand generated by a use or development in section 636(2) may be included.
Section 636(3) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.49. (A.28.51.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to give the applicant a notice, in addition to, or instead of, the notice given under section 633 for development infrastructure that is land.
Section 637(2) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.50. (A.28.53.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Charges, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government to state, in an infrastructure charges notice, the day the levied charge is payable.
Section 638(1) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.51. (A.28.54.)
Principal Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to agree with a person to whom an infrastructure charges notice has been given, about: a) whether the levied charge under the notice may be paid other than as required under section 638 including whether it may be paid by instalments; b) whether infrastructure may be provided instead of paying part or all of the levied charge.
Section 639(1) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.52. (A.28.55.)
General Managers
Power, as a local government, to enter into a written agreement with the applicant that an infrastructure charge is a debt.
Section 639(2) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.53. (A.28.56.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as entity that gave the infrastructure charges notice to consider submissions
made about the infrastructure charges notice.
Section 642 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.54. (A.28.57.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as the entity that gave the infrastructure charges notice and in response to a submission, decide whether to give a new infrastructure charges notice (a negotiated notice) or where it does not agree with the submissions, a notice stating the decision.
Section 643 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.55. (A.28.58.)
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to impose conditions requiring either or both of the following to be provided at a stated time: (a)infrastructure identified in the LGIP; and (b) different trunk infrastructure delivering the same desired standard of service.
Section 646(2) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.56. (A.28.59.)
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to impose a condition on a development approval to provide development infrastructure necessary to service the premises at a stated time, if the development: (a) is consistent with the assumptions about the type, scale, location or timing
of future development stated in the LGIP; and (b) for premises completely inside the PIA.
Section 647(2) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.57. (A.28.60.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Charges, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to give an adopted infrastructure charges notice.
Section 648F Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014

 

B.32.58. (A.28.63.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services and Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Charges, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to impose conditions requiring payment of additional trunk infrastructure costs. 
Section 650 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.59. (A.28.69.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as entity that gave the infrastructure charges notice, regulated infrastructure charges notice or adopted infrastructure charges notice to consider representations made about the notice under section 677. 
Section 678 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.60. (A.28.70.) 
Senior Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as the entity that gave the infrastructure charges notice, regulated infrastructure charges notice or adopted infrastructure charges notice, to make a decision in response to a representation made about the notice under section 677 and, if required, give a negotiated infrastructure charges notice, negotiated regulated infrastructure charges notice or negotiated adopted infrastructure charges notice. 
Section 679 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.61. (A.28.66.)
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to refund an applicant who has been conditioned to provide trunk infrastructure, the proportion of the establishment cost of trunk infrastructure that may be apportioned reasonably to other users of the infrastructure.
Section 649(3) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA before 4 July 2014

 

B.32.62. (A.28.67.)
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to impose conditions requiring payment of additional trunk infrastructure costs (an additional payment condition).
Section 650 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.63. (A.28.72.)
Manager, Development Services and Manager, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to refund a payee who has paid additional trunk infrastructure costs under an additional payment condition.
Section 655 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014

 

B.32.64. (A.28.74.)
Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to recalculate the establishment cost of infrastructure using the method under the charges resolution.
Section 657(2) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.65. (A.28.75.)
Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development and Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Charges, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, by notice to the applicant, amend an existing infrastructure charges notice.
Section 657(3) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.66. (A.28.77.)
Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to consider and decide a conversion application.
Section 660(1) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.67. (A.28.78.)
Principal Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to give a notice to the applicant requiring the applicant to give information reasonably needed to decide a conversion application.
Section 660(3) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.68. (A.28.79.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to enter an agreement with an applicant concerning the period for giving information reasonably needed to decide a conversion application.
Section 660(5) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.69. (A.28.80.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Charges, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to give notice of its decision on a conversion application to the applicant.
Section 661(1) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016
Applicable to development applications decided under the SPA on and from 4 July 2014.

 

B.32.70. (A.28.81.)
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to amend a development approval by imposing a necessary trunk infrastructure condition for the trunk infrastructure subject to the conversion application.
Section 662(3) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.71. (A.28.82.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Charges, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as a local government, to give an infrastructure charges notice or amend by notice to the applicant, any existing infrastructure charges notice, following imposition of a necessary infrastructure condition.
Section 662(4) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.72. (A.28.83.)
General Manager, Planning and Development Group
Power, as a local government, to enter into a written agreement with the applicant concerning the taking of a levied charge as rates of the local government.
Section 664(2) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014

 

B.32.73. (A.28.84.)
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to impose a condition in relation to non-trunk infrastructure.
Section 665 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
17 September 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.74. (A.28.88.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as entity that gave the infrastructure charges notice, regulated infrastructure charges notice or adopted infrastructure charges notice to consider representations made about the notice under section 677.
Section 678 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.75. (A.28.89.)
Senior Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as the entity that gave the infrastructure charges notice, regulated infrastructure charges notice or adopted infrastructure charges notice, to make a decision in response to a representation made about the notice under section 677 and, if required, give a negotiated infrastructure charges notice, negotiated regulated infrastructure charges notice or negotiated adopted infrastructure charges notice.
Section 679 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.76. (A.28.90.)
Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, upon receipt of a notice under section 680ZD, to note the registration on Council's planning scheme, and any new planning scheme Council makes before the registration ends.
Section 680ZE Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.77. (A.28.91.)
SPED Principal Planner
Power to make comments in relation to draft terms of reference for an environmental impact statement.
Section 691(8) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.78.(A.28.92.)
SPED Principal Planner and/or Senior Planner
Power, as a local government, upon receiving a copy of the draft terms of reference for an environmental impact statement, to make the copy available for inspection and purchase until the last day for making comments.
Section 691(10) Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.79. (A.28.93.)
SPED Principal Planner
Power to make comments in relation to draft environmental impact statement.
Section 694 and 695 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.80.
Chief Legal Counsel
Power, within 10 business days after the day a claim for compensation is decided, to: (a) give the claimant written notice of the decision; and (b) if the decision is to pay compensation – notify the amount of compensation to be paid; and (c) advise the claimant that the decision, including any amount of compensation payable, may be appealed.
Section 709 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.81.
Chief Legal Counsel
Power to give the registrar of titles written notice of the payment of compensation under section 704.
Section 713 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.82. (A.28.97.)
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power to make submissions in response to public notification of a development for public housing.
Section 721 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.83. (A.28.105.)
Coordinator, Building and Development Compliance, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to issue a planning and development certificate.
Section 741 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.84. (A.28.106.)
General Manager
Power to make submissions in response to public notification of a development application under Chapter 9 Part 7.
Section 751 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014

 

B.32.85. (A.28.107.)
Principal Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as an entity considered appropriate by the Minister, to consult with the Minister in relation to the guidelines the Minister may make under section 759.
Section 759 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.86. (A.28.89.)
Principal Planner, Development Services and Principal Planner, Strategic Planning and Economic Development
Power, as an entity considered appropriate by the chief executive, to consult with the chief executive in relation to guidelines the chief executive may make under section 760.
Section 760 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.32.87. (A.28.110.)
Senior Planner, Development Services
Power, as a local government, to impose conditions on a development approval about infrastructure.
Section 848 Sustainable Planning Act 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.33.01. (A.29.01.) 
Principal Planner, Development Services 
Power, as a local government, to give written notice to a school that Council does not agree to the exemption. 
Schedule 4, table 5, item 11(3)(b) of the Sustainable Planning Regulation 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

 

B.33.02. (A.29.02.) 
Principal Planner, Development Services 
Power, as a local government, to give written notice to a school that: (a) A matter mentioned in schedule 4, table 5, item 12A(3)(a) applies to the development; and (b) Council is satisfied that the development may – • affect the local heritage place, place of cultural heritage significance or protected vegetation; or • be affected by subsidence. 
Schedule 4, table 5, item 12A(3)(b) of the Sustainable Planning Regulation 2009
7 May 2014; Amended - 17 March 2016

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.34.01. (A.30.01.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group 
Power to enter into contracts with the chief executive in respect of road works, other works or the operation of State-controlled roads within and outside Council's local government area. 
Section 29 Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.02. (A.30.07.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group 
Power to obtain the chief executive's written approval for consent to carry out road works or make changes to the management of a Council road if conditions under subsection (1) apply. 
Section 42 Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.03. (A.30.08.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group 
Power to apply and enforce conditions to proposed road works or changes to the management of a Council road. 
Section 42(5) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.04. (A.30.09.) 
Compliance Officers 
Power to exercise all the powers it may exercise for a local government road in its area in relation to State-controlled roads in its area. 
Section 45 Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.05. (A.30.10.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group 
Power, as an owner of ancillary works and encroachments, to enter into an agreement with the chief executive for a contribution towards the cost of the alteration, relocation, making safe or removal of the ancillary works and encroachments. 
Section 52(6) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.06. (A.30.11.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group 
Power to make an application to the chief executive to make a written decision stating any of the matters provided in sub-subsections (a)-(k) concerning access between 1 or more State-controlled roads and particular adjacent land which Council has an interest in. 
Section 62(1) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.07. (A.30.12.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group 
Power to ask the chief executive, in writing, to give Council a copy of any decision in force under section 62(1) for land that Council has an interest in. 
Section 67(3) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.08. (A.30.13.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group 
Power, as an owner or occupier of land, to enter into an agreement with the chief executive for:- (a) the supply by the chief executive of, or a contribution towards the supply by the chief executive of, alternative road access works between a State-controlled road and Council's land or between Council's land and another road; or (b) the carrying out, or contributions towards the carrying out of, other works in relation to Council's land. 
Section 72(2) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.09. (A.30.16.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services Group 
Power, as an owner or occupier of land, to allow the chief executive to enter the land by giving written consent to the chief executive. 
Section 109A(4)(a) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.10. (A.30.17.) 
All Council Employees
Power, as an owner or occupier of land, to ask person who has entered, is entering, or is about to enter Council's land under an authority for the person's identification or about the person's authority to enter Council's land. 
Sections 115(4) and 408(4) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.11. (A.30.21.) 
General Managers 
Power, as an owner or occupier of land, to agree to allow the chief executive or an accredited person to take or use the material on Council's land. 
Section 165(c) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014 
For land within respective areas of responsibility.

 

B.34.12. (A.30.22.) 
Principal Engineers Coordinator Traffic Systems 
Power to seek the chief executive's written approval to carry out works near a railway. 
Section 168 Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.13. (A.30.23.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services 
Power to enter into an agreement with the chief executive concerning the maintenance of a road and a bridge, structure or crossing constructed on rail corridor land or non-rail corridor land, as well as the costs of removing the bridge, structure or crossing when the road is no longer in use and the subsequent restoration of the relevant infrastructure on the land. 
Section 253(7) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.14. (A.30.24.) 
Principal Engineers 
Power to make an application to the chief executive to make a change to the management of a local government road. 
Section 258A Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.15. (A.30.25.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an owner or occupier of land, to commence proceedings in the Land Court against the chief executive for compensation in the absence of a prior agreement between Council and the chief executive for compensation. 
Section 300(4) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.16. (A.30.27.) 
Principal Engineer Road Operations 
Power, as a responsible entity for an intersecting area, to grant or refuse an approval for an application by a licensee to construct, maintain, use, or operate miscellaneous transport infrastructure stated in the licensee's operational licence across, over, or under an intersecting area. 
Section 420(3) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.17. (A.30.29.) 
Principal Engineer Road Operations 
Power to impose reasonable conditions on an approval given to a licensee's application made by Council or the Minister. 
Section 423 Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.18. (A.30.30.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to commence proceedings against a licensee to claim an amount incurred by Council for the cost, damage, liability, or loss because of the existence, construction, maintenance, use or operation of the miscellaneous transport infrastructure by the licensee. 
Section 432(3) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.19. (A.30.31.) 
General Managers 
Power, as an owner or occupier of land, to give permission to the chief executive, or a person authorised by the chief executive, to occupy or use Council's land for the purposes of Chapter 12. 
Section 434 Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014 
For land within respective areas of responsibility.

 

B.34.20. (A.30.32.) 
General Managers Chief Legal Counsel 
Power, as an owner of land, to claim compensation from the chief executive for physical damage caused to Council's land by the entry, occupation, use, or for the taking or consumption of materials from the land under Chapter 12. 
Section 435 Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014 
For land within respective areas of responsibility.

 

B.34.21. (A.30.33.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services
Power to make submissions to the chief executive in relation to a proposed declaration of a transport interface management area. 
Section 475ZI(2) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.22. (A.30.34.) 
General Manager Infrastructure Services 
Power to enter into a transport interface agreement for a transport interface. 
Section 475ZJ Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014

 

B.34.23. (A.30.35.) 
General Managers 
Power, as an owner or occupier of land, to provide written agreement to a person authorised by the chief executive to enter the land and inspect Council works that threaten, or are likely to threaten, the safety or operational integrity of transport infrastructure. 
Section 476B(7)(b) Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
7 May 2014 
For land within respective areas of responsibility.

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.35.01. (A.31.01.) 
Principal Engineers 
Power to install and remove official traffic signs on Council's roads, off-street regulated parking areas and, with the chief executive's written consent, on declared roads. 
Section 69 Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.02. (A.31.02.) 
C&M Foremen T&DP Technical Officers 
Power to install official traffic signs where reasonably satisfied that there is a danger, hindrance, obstruction to traffic or other emergency. 
Section 71 Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.03. (A.31.03.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to take proceedings against a person who has committed an offence under section 74(1) of Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act. 
Section 74(2) Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.04. (A.31.04.) 
C&M Foremen T&DP Technical Officers 
Power to remove unauthorised traffic signs. 
Section 75(1) Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.05. (A.31.05.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to commence proceedings against a person who has injured one of Council's official traffic signs. 
Section 76(1) Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.06. (A.31.06.) 
Local Laws Officer Level 2 
Power to remove and detain at a place for safe keeping any vehicles, trams and animals and any goods, equipment or thing contained in, on or about the vehicle, tram or animal at the time of removal that are considered on reasonable grounds to be abandoned on a road or left on a road unattended or found on a road, where their presence is hazardous any vehicles, trams and animals that are abandoned on a road. 
Section 100 Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.07. (A.31.07.) 
Local Laws Officer Level 2 
Power to regulate parking in its area on a road (other than a declared road), on a declared road (with the chief executive's written permission) or on an off-street regulated parking area. 
Section 101(1) Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.08. (A.31.08.) 
Principal Engineers 
Power to regulate parking by installing official traffic signs indicating how parking is regulated. 
Section 102(1) Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.09. (A.31.09.) 
Local Laws Officer Level 2 
Power to exercise control over Council land for use as an off street parking area. 
Section 104 (1) Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.10. (A.31.10.) 
Regional Coordinator Regulation and Compliance Level 8 
Power to exercise control over land for use as an off street parking area under an arrangement with a person who owns or has an interest in the land. 
Section 104 (2) Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

 

B.35.11. (A.31.11.) 
Coordinator Traffic Systems 
Power to install a parking meter or parkatarea for a designated parking space if it is installed in a way specified by the MUTCD or approved by the chief executive. 
Section 105(5) Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.36.01. 
Manager Waste Services 
Power to make submission on draft Waste Management Strategy 
Section 16 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.02. 
Manager Waste Services 
Power to make submission on draft review report on Waste Management Strategy 
Section 21 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.03. (A.32.01.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power, as the operator of a waste disposal site required to hold an environmental authority for the disposal of more than 10000t of waste in a year at the site to install prescribed under a regulation, to install and keep in proper working order, a weighbridge (Nb. this obligation does not come into operation until the day provided in section 8(2) of the Regulation). 
Section 43 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
23 June 2014

 

B.36.04. (A.32.02.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power, as the operator of a waste disposal site at which a weighbridge is installed, to measure and record waste. 
Section 44 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
23 June 2014

 

B.36.05. (A.32.03.) 
Waste Services – Level 5 Officers Award 
Power as operator of the waste disposal site give the chief executive a return in the approved form (a waste data return) for the period prescribed under a regulation (a reporting period). 
Section 52 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.06. 
Manager Waste Services 
Power to make a written submission to the chief executive about any matter relevant to a priority statement. 
Section 75 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.07. (A.32.07.) 
Local Laws Officer Level 2 
Power, as delegate of the chief executive administering the Act, to give a notice to an adult person. 
Section 110 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.08. (A.32.08.) 
Local Laws Officer Level 2 
Power, as delegate of the chief executive administering the Act, to give a notice to an adult person. 
Section 111 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.09 (A.32.09.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 3 and Compliance Officer Level 3 Technical Officer Level 4 
Power, as delegate of the chief executive administering the Act, to direct a responsible entity to collect material from premises. 
Section 112 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014 
Environmental Health Services only

 

B.36.10. (A.32.10.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power, as a local government, to prepare and implement a waste reduction and recycling plan (Nb. this obligation does not commence until 30 June 2015). 
Section 123 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
23 June 2014

 

B.36.11. (A.32.11.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power to make written submissions where the chief executive intends to prepare a waste reduction and recycling plan for the local government to address an aspect that is relevant to the local government. 
Section 128 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.12. (A.32.12.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power, as a local government, to give the chief executive a report about the operation, in the financial year, of all the local government's waste reduction and recycling plans in force in its local government area (Nb. this obligation does not commence until 2 months after 30 June 2015). 
Section 147 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
23 June 2014

 

B.36.13. (A.32.13.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power, as a reporting entity, to give the chief executive a report about the entity's receiving, sorting, recycling, treatment or disposal of waste in the financial year. 
Section 152 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
23 June 2014

 

B.36.14. (A.32.14.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power to apply to the chief executive for a specific approval of a resource. 
Section 157 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.15. (A.32.15.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power to agree with the chief executive to extend the time for providing additional material requested by the chief executive on an application for a specific approval of a resource. 
Section 158 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.16. (A.32.16.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power, as holder of a specific approval of a resource, to apply to the chief executive to transfer the benefit of the approval or amend the approval. 
Section 168 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.17. (A.32.17.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power to agree with the chief executive to extend the time for providing additional material requested by the chief executive on an application to transfer or amend a specific approval of a resource. 
Section 169 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.18. (A.32.18.) 
Manager Waste Services 
Power, in relation to an approval which the minister intends to amend, cancel or suspend, to make written submissions to show why the proposed actions should not be taken. 
Section 172 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.19. (A.32.19.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6, Manager Waste Services 
Power, where given, or entitled to be given, an information notice for a decision, to apply to the chief executive for an internal review of the decision. 
Section 175 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.20. (A.32.20.) 
Environmental Health Officer Level 6, Manager Waste Services 
Power, where an internal review application has been made, to apply for a stay of the original decision. 
Section 177 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.21. (A.32.21.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services, Manager Waste Services 
Power, where given, or entitled to be given, a QCAT information notice under section 179 of the Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011, to apply to QCAT, under the QCAT Act, for external review of the decision. 
Section 180 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.22. (A.32.22.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services, Manager People and Organisational Development 
Power, as delegate of the chief executive administering the Act, to appoint a person as an authorised person. 
Section 183 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.23. (A.32.23.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services, Manager Governance and Manager People and Organisational Development 
Power, as delegate of the chief executive administering the Act, to issue an identity card to an authorised person. 
Section 187 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.24. (A.32.24.) 
Local Laws Officer Level 2, Compliance Officer Level 3, Technical Officer Level 4, Environmental Health Officer Level 3, Waste Services - Supervisor 
Power, as delegate of the chief executive administering the Act, to give a show cause notice. 
Section 246 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.25. (A.32.25.) 
Local Laws Officer Level 2, Compliance Officer Level 3, Technical Officer Level 4, Environmental Health Officer Level 3, Waste Services - Supervisor 
Power, as delegate of the chief executive administering the Act, to give a compliance notice.
Sections 248 and 249 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.26. (A.32.26.) 
Local Laws Officer Level 2, Compliance Officer Level 3, Technical Officer Level 4, Environmental Health Officer Level 3, Waste Services - Supervisor, Waste Services – Level 5 Officers Award and Supervisors 
Power, as delegate of the chief executive administering the Act, to give a notice requiring the person to commission a waste audit and to provide a waste report on the audit. 
Sections 253 Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

 

B.36.27. (A.32.27.) 
Chief Legal Counsel 
Power to bring a proceeding in a Magistrates Court for an order to remedy or restrain an offence against the Act. or a threatened or anticipated offence against the Act. 
Sections 261Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.37.01. (A.33.01.) 
Waste Services – Level 5 Technical Officer (Officers Award) 
Power to give the information required by sections 41Q(2) and 41Q(3) to the Chief Executive 
Section 41Q Waste Reduction and Recycling Regulation 2011
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.38.01. (A.34.01.) 
Manager Water Project Services 
Power, as a constructing authority or water service provider, to take water to operate public showers or toilets. 
Section 20C(2) Water Act 2000
23 June 2014

 

B.38.01. (A.34.02.) 
Manager Water Project Services 
Power, as a constructing authority, to take water to construct or maintain infrastructure if the taking of the water is for a purpose stated under a regulation. 
Section 20C(3) Water Act 2000
23 June 2014

 

B.38.03. (A.34.03.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a service provider directed to impose water restrictions under section 25D, to provide the Minister with a response stating the way it intends to ensure the restrictions are complied with. 
Section 25C(d)(iii) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.04. (A.34.04.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a service provider directed to achieve outcomes, to provide the Minister with a response stating: 1. its intended actions to achieve those outcomes; and 2. if the actions include restrictions; how It intends to ensure compliance with the restrictions. 
Section 25C(d)(v) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.05. (A.34.05.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a service provider and to the extent stated in a declaration or regulation, to recover, as a debt due, from Council's customers or other service providers: (a) contributions made by the State; and (b) costs in section 25O(1) Water Act 2000 to the extent approved by the Minister; and (c) the rate of return. 
Section 25O Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.06. (A.34.06.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a service provider, to apply to the Minister for compensation for loss or damage because of actions taken under Chapter 2, Part 2, Division 2A Water Act 2000. 
Section 25R Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

B.38.07. (A.34.07.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a service provider who has made an application under section 25R, to provide the information the Minister requires to decide the application. 
Section 25T Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.08. (A.34.08.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a service provider outside the SEQ region or a designated region, to apply for written approval to restrict the use of sub artesian water. 
Section 25ZA Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.09. (A.34.09.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a service provider outside the SEQ region or a designated region, with the written approval of the chief executive, to impose a restriction on the use of sub artesian water. 
Section 25ZE Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.10. (A.34.10.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as owner of land a moratorium notice affects and completing works that will not be completed by the date stated in the moratorium notice, to seek an extension of time to complete the works. 
Section 27 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.11. (A.34.11.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a holder of an authority or entitlement to take or interfere with water, to provide information requested by the chief executive under section 36 of the Water Act 2000. 
Section 36 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.12. (A.34.12.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a service provider, to provide information requested by the chief executive under section 36 of the Water Act 2000. 
Section 36A Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.13. (A.34.13.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice of the Minister's intention to prepare a draft water resource plan or further proposed draft water resource plan. 
Section 40 & 40A Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.14. (A.34.14.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice of the Minister's draft water resource plan or further draft water resource plan. 
Section 49 & 49A Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.15. (A.34.15.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice of the Minister's intention to prepare an amending water resource plan or new draft water resource plan. 
Section 56 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.16. (A.34.16.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice of the Minister's intention to prepare a draft water use plan. 
Section 61 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.17. (A.34.17.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice of the Minister's draft water use plan. 
Section 64 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.18. (A.34.18.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice of the Minister's intention to prepare an amending water use plan or new draft water use plan. 
Section 69 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.19. (A.34.19.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice of the chief executive's intention to prepare a draft resource operations plan. 
Section 96 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.20. (A.34.20.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power, as the holder of an interim resource operations licence, a resource operations licence or other authorisation to operate water infrastructure, to provide proposed arrangements for the management of the water. 
Section 97 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.21. (A.34.21.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice of the chief executive's draft resource operations plan. 
Section 100 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.22. (A.34.22.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power, as existing water entitlement holder and in response to a notice for a draft resource operations plan that establishes water allocations, to give the chief executive notice of its wish to be recorded on the water allocations register as other than as tenant in common in equal shares. 
Section 101(1)(a) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.23. (A.34.23.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power, as existing interest holder and in response to a notice for a draft resource operations plan that establishes water allocations, to give the chief executive notice of intention to take action to have the interest recorded on the water allocations register. 
Section 101(1)(b) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.24. (A.34.24.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as existing interest holder who gives the chief executive a notice under section 101(1)(b) of the Water Act 2000, to give the chief executive notice of the consent of the water allocation holder or other authority to take water. 
Section 101(1)(c) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.25. (A.34.25.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice of the chief executive's intention to amend a resource operations plan. 
Section 105(4) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.26. (A.34.26.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power to make submissions in response to the chief executive's intention to amend a condition of a resource operations licence or a distribution operations licence. 
Section 112 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.27. (A.34.27.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as the holder of a resource operations licence or distribution operations licence, to consent to amendments the chief executive wishes to make to the licence. 
Section 113 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.28. (A.34.28.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as resource operations licence holder or distribution operations licence holder or interim resource operations licence holder, to apply to the chief executive to transfer all or part of a resource operations licence or distribution operations licence or interim resource operations licence. 
Section 114 & 186 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.29. (A.34.29.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as the holder of a resource operations licence or distribution operations licence, to provide the chief executive any additional information about an application made under section 114 of the Water Act 2000. 
Section 115 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.30. (A.34.30.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as resource operations licence holder or a distribution operations licence, to apply to the chief executive to amalgamate two or more resource operations licences or distribution operations licences in the same water supply scheme. 
Section 118A Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.31. (A.34.31.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as the holder of a resource operations licence or distribution operations licence, to provide written consent for its licence to be amalgamated with another licence in the same water scheme. 
Section 118A(2)(b) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.32. (A.34.32.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make submissions in response to a show cause notice issued by the chief executive in relation to the proposed cancellation of a resource operations licence or distribution operations licence. 
Section 119A Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.33. (A.34.33.)
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as resource operations licence holder or distribution operations licence holder or interim resource operations licence holder, to agree with the chief executive to cancel a resource operations licence or distribution operations licence or interim resource operations licence. 
Section 119B & 186 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.34. (A.34.34.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as water allocation holder, to provide the chief executive with information required by the chief executive to correct the name of the entitlement holder. 
Section 126 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.35. (A.34.35.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water allocation holder, to apply to the chief executive to: (a) amalgamate 2 or more water allocations into a single water allocation; or (b) subdivide a water allocation into 2 or more water allocations. 
Section 128A Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.36. (A.34.36.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water allocation holder, to notify the chief executive of a proposal to transfer or lease a water allocation not managed under a resource operations licence. 
Section 128B Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.37. (A.34.37.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water allocation holder, to apply to the chief executive to change the allocation in accordance with the change rules of a resource operations plan. 
Section 129 & 129A Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.38. (A.34.38.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water allocation holder, to apply to the chief executive to change the allocation where the change is not mentioned in a resource operations plan. 
Section 130 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.39. (A.34.39.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as water allocation holder who has made an application under sections 129A or 130 to provide the chief executive with the additional information requested. 
Section 131 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.40. (A.34.40.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make submissions in response to a notice advising an application to change a water allocation under section 130 Water Act 2000. 
Section 132 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.41. (A.34.41.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water allocation holder or an interim water allocation licence holder, to make submissions in response to a show cause notice given where Council has been convicted of an offence against the Water Act 2000. 
Section 138 & 196 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.42. (A.34.42.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as resource operations licence holder or distribution operations licence holder, to sell a water allocation in accordance with the supply contract or distribution arrangements. 
Section 140 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.43. (A.34.43.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water allocation holder or seasonal water assignment holder, to apply to the chief executive for a seasonal water assignment. 
Section 142 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.44. (A.34.44.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as water allocation holder who has made an application under section 142 to provide the chief executive with the additional information requested. 
Section 143 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.45. (A.34.45.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water allocation holder, to enter into an arrangement for a seasonal water assignment in relation to the water allocation. 
Section 146B Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.46. (A.34.46.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interim resource operations licence holder, to apply to amend the interim resource operations licence. 
Section 179 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.47. (A.34.47.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as interim resource operations licence holder who has made an application under section 179, to provide any additional information requested by the chief executive. 
Section 180 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.48. (A.34.48.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make submissions in response to a public notice by the chief executive to amend an interim resource operations licence. 
Section 181 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.49. (A.34.49.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interim resource operations licence holder to respond to a show cause notice issued by the chief executive about its intention to amend the interim resource licence. 
Section 184 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.50. (A.34.50.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make submissions in response to a public notice by the chief executive to amend an interim resource operations licence. 
Section 184 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.51. (A.34.51.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services
Power, as the holder of a interim resource operations licence, to apply to the chief executive to amend the water sharing rules in a water year or part of a water year. 
Section 185A(1)(a)(ii) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

B.38.52. (A.34.52.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interim resource operations licence holder or resource operations licence holder, to apply to transfer all or part of an interim water allocation not attached to land, to any of the listed entities. 
Section 193 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.53. (A.34.53.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interim water allocation holder, to transfer to other land, all or part of the authority to take water under the allocation. 
Section 195 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.54. (A.34.54.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interim water allocation holder, to surrender the allocation. 
Section 197 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.55. (A.34.55.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interim water allocation holder that attaches to land, part of which has been disposed of, to apply or consent to the other land holder/s application, to have one or more interim water allocations to replace the jointly held interim water allocation licence. 
Section 198(3) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.56. (A.34.56.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interim water allocation holder that attaches to land, part of which has been disposed of, to make a written submission to the chief executive in response to a notice to replace the allocation. 
Section 198(7) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.57. (A.34.57.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interim water allocation holder, to enter into an arrangement for a seasonal water assignment in relation to the allocation. 
Section 200(1) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.58. (A.34.58.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interim resource operations licence holder or resource operations licence holder, to consent to an arrangement under section 200(1) Water Act 2000. 
Section 200(3) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.59. (A.34.59.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as owner of land or owner of contiguous parcels of land, to apply for a water licence to take water and use water on the land or interfere with the flow of water on under or adjoining the land. 
Section 206(1) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.60. (A.34.60.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as owner of intervening land, to grant the applicant for a water licence a registrable lease or easement over Council's land to enable them to take the water. 
Section 206(3) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.61. (A.34.61.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a listed entity, to apply for a water licence to take water or interfere with the flow of water. 
Section 206(4) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.62. (A.34.62.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as an applicant for a water licence under section 206 or an applicant for the transmission of a water licence under section 212A to provide any additional information requested by the chief executive. 
Section 207 & 212A(5) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.63. (A.34.63.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make submissions in relation to another entity's application for a water licence under section 206 of the Water Act 2000. 
Section 208(4) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.64. (A.34.64.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as relevant entity for a recycled water scheme or entity nominated by such a relevant entity, to apply for a transmission water licence for taking water from a receiving water source. 
Section 212A Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.65. (A.34.65.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water licence holder, to apply to amend a water licence. 
Section 216 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.66. (A.34.66.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make written submissions in relation to another entity's application to amend a water licence. 
Section 216A(3) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.67. (A.34.67.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water licence holder or a water permit holder, to make submissions in response to a show cause notice issued by the chief executive in relation to a proposed amendment to the water licence or cancellation of the water permit. 
Section 218 & 244 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.68. (A.34.68.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as water licence holder, to apply for renewal of a water licence. 
Section 220 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.69. (A.34.69.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water licence holder or the owner of land to which a water licence was attached, to apply for reinstatement of an expired water licence. 
Section 221 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.70. (A.34.70.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water licence holder or the constructing authority acquiring land under the Acquisition of Land Act 1967 to which an interim water allocation or water licence is attached, to apply to transfer a water licence or the interim water allocation or water licence. 
Section 222 & 198A & 229B Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.71. (A.34.71.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water licence holder, to apply to amalgamate 2 or more water licences. 
Section 224 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.72. (A.34.72.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water licence holder, to apply to divide a water licence into 2 or more water licences. 
Section 225 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.73. (A.34.73.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water licence holder, to surrender a water licence. 
Section 226 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.74. (A.34.74.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as the new owner of land to which a water licence attaches, to give the chief executive notice that the previous licensee has ceased to be the licensee. 
Section 228(5) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.75. (A.34.75.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as owner of land to which a jointly held water licence attaches, to apply for 1 or more licences to replace the jointly held licence. 
Section 229(3) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.76. (A.34.76.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as owner of land to which a jointly held water licence attaches and to whom a notice has been given under section 229(7) of the Water Act, to make a submission about the chief executive's proposal to amend, subdivide or cancel the licence. 
Section 229(3) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.77. (A.34.77.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water licence holder or seasonal water assignment notice holder, to apply for a seasonal water assignment. 
Section 231 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.78. (A.34.78.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as an applicant under section 231, to provide any additional information requested by the chief executive. 
Section 232 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.79. (A.34.79.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to apply for a water permit for taking water for an activity with a reasonably foreseeable conclusion date. 
Section 237 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.80. (A.34.80.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power as an applicant for a water permit under section 237 to provide the chief executive with any additional information requested. 
Section 238 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.81. (A.34.81.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water permit holder or the holder of a seasonal water assignment notice, to surrender the water permit. 
Section 243 & 146 & 236 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.82. (A.34.82.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as water licence holder or water permit holder, to apply for a replacement licence or permit where the licence or permit has been lost or destroyed. 
Section 245 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.83. (A.34.83.) 
Manager Water Project Services 
Power to apply to the chief executive for a permit to: (a) excavate in a watercourse, lake or spring; (b) place fill in a watercourse, lake or spring. 
Section 266 Water Act 2000
23 June 2014

 

B.38.84. (A.34.84.) 
Manager Water Project Services 
Power, as the registered owner of the land containing the watercourse or part of the lake or spring or adjoining the watercourse, lake or spring to which an application under section 266 relates, to provide written consent to the proposed activity. 
Section 266(2A) Water Act 2000
23 June 2014

 

B.38.85. (A.34.85.) 
Manager Water Project Services 
Power, as an applicant under section 266 to provide any additional information requested by the chief executive. 
Section 267 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.86. (A.34.86.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as permit holder under section 266 of the Water Act 2000, to respond to a show cause notice issued by the chief executive as to why the conditions of the permit should not be amended, or the permit should not be cancelled. 
Section 270 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.87. (A.34.87.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as operations licensee, to apply to amend an operations licence. 
Section 333 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.88. (A.34.88.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as operations licensee, to make submissions in response to a notice issued by the chief executive regarding proposed the proposed amendment to a licence. 
Section 334(3) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.89. (A.34.89.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as operations licensee, to apply to transfer the operations licence. 
Section 337 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.90. (A.34.90.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as operations licensee, to surrender an operations licence. 
Section 338 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.91. (A.34.91.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make written submissions in response to a notice published pursuant to section 345 of the Water Act 2000 
Section 345 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.92. (A.34.92.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a bulk water party, to amend a bulk water supply agreement 
Section 360H Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.93. (A.34.93.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a bulk water party to an amended bulk water supply agreement, to respond to Minister's notice under section 360I 
Section 360I Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.94. (A.34.94.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as a code regulated entity to make submissions to the Minister about the making or amending of the bulk water code 
Section 360U Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.95. (A.34.96.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as party to the dispute or who attended the conference or ADR under section 425 of the Water Act 2000, to apply to the Land Court to decide the matter the subject of the election notice issued under section 425 of the Water Act 2000. 
Section 434(3) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.96. (A.34.97.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make a submission in response to the chief executive's notice to establish a water authority. 
Section 552 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.97. (A.34.98.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to make a submission in regarding a proposed amalgamation or dissolution of water authorities. 
Section 693(3) Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.98. (A.34.99.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interested person who has been given an information notice or compliance notice by the chief executive, to apply for an internal review of the original decision to give the notice. 
Section 862 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

 

B.38.99. (A.34.100.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as interested person who applied for an internal review under section 862 of the Water Act 2000, to appeal against, or apply for a review of, the review decision. 
Section 877 Water Act 2000
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.39.01. (A.35.01.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to give the chief executive notice stating the Council has made a fluoridation decision and to publish that notice. Section 13(2) Water Fluoridation Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.39.02. (A.35.02.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power to give the chief executive a fluoridation notice and to publish that notice. 
Section 13(3) Water Fluoridation Act 2008
7 May 2014

Number
Delegate
Description of power delegated
Legislation
Date of delegation
Conditions to which the delegation is subject

 

B.40.01. (A.36.01.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as local government that owns infrastructure for supplying water or sewerage services, to apply for registration as a service provider. 
Section 20 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.02. (A.36.02.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as service provider, to apply to change the service provider details of registration as a service provider. 
Section 23 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.03. (A.36.03.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as service provider, to provide to the regulator a notice of intention to stop operating as a service provider. 
Section 26 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.04. (A.36.04.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as service provider, to apply to the regulator to cancel the registration as a service provider if not supplying, and does not intend to start supplying, the service for which the provider is registered. 
Section 28 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.05. (A.36.05.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to give a person a notice requiring them to provide a reason why Council should not disconnect their unauthorised connection. 
Section 33(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.06. (A.36.06.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to recover from a person, as a debt, Council's costs in disconnecting the unauthorised connection, and the value of any service used by the person through the connection. 
Section 33(4) and (5) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

B.40.07. (A.36.07.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to give a person a notice requiring them to rectify equipment or remove vegetation or other things. 
Section 34(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.08. (A.36.08.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to recover from a person, Council's costs in doing the work required to be done in a notice issued under section 34(2) of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008. 
Section 34(3) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.09. (A.36.09.) 
Coordinator Water and Sewerage Maintenance 
Power, as service provider, to install or approve the installation of a meter on infrastructure supplying water to premises. 
Section 35 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.10. (A.36.10.) 
Coordinator Water and Sewerage Maintenance 
Power, as service provider, to give a person an entry notice. 
Section 36(2)(b) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

B.40.11. (A.36.11.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to recover from a person as a debt, the amount of the loss or reasonable cost of repairing damage to Council's infrastructure caused by the person. 
Section 40(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.12. (A.36.12.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as water service provider, to restrict: (a) the volume of water taken or supplied to a customer; (b) the hours when water may be used on premises for stated purposes; or (c) the way water may be used on premises. 
Section 41(1) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.13. (A.36.13.) 
Coordinator Water and Sewerage Maintenance 
Power, as a water service provider, to shut off water supply to premises for the time reasonably necessary to perform work on the infrastructure. 
Section 44 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.14. (A.36.14.) 
Coordinator Water and Sewerage Maintenance 
Power, as service provider, to shut off water supply without notice if there is: (a) a serious risk to public health; (b) likelihood of serious injury to persons or damage to property; or (c) another emergency. 
Section 44(3) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.15. (A.36.15.) 
Manager Environmental Health Services Manager People and Organisational Development 
Power, as service provider, to appoint an authorised person. 
Section 45 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014 
Environmental Health Services only

 

B.40.16. (A.36.16.) 
Principal Officer Reporting and Education 
Power, as service provider, to give a customer, or type of customer, a written notice to prepare a plan and to give it to Council within a reasonable period. 
Section 52(3) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.17. (A.36.17.) 
Principal Officer Reporting and Education 
Power, as service provider, to require the customer to give additional information about the plan within a reasonable period, for deciding whether or not to approve a water efficiency management plan. 
Section 54(1) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.18. (A.36.18.) 
Principal Officer Reporting and Education 
Power, as service provider, to approve, with or without conditions, or refuse to approve a water efficiency management plan. 
Section 54(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.19. (A.36.19.) 
Principal Officer Reporting and Education 
Power, as service provider, where the water efficiency management plan is not approved, to extend the 20 business day period within which the customer must amend the plan to address the reasons for the decision and give the revised plan to Council under section 54(4) of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008. 
Section 54(5) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.20. (A.36.20.) 
Principal Officer Reporting and Education 
Power, as service provider, to recover from the customer, as a debt, an application fee for the approval of a water efficiency management plan. 
Section 54(7) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.21. (A.36.21.) 
Principal Officer Reporting and Education 
Power, as service provider, to give the customer a written notice requiring the customer to amend or prepare a new water efficiency management plan.
Section 58(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.22. (A.36.22.)
Principal Officer Reporting and Education 
Power, as service provider, to approve a request by the customer to amend or prepare a new water efficiency management plan 
Section 59(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.23. (A.36.23.) 
Principal Officer Reporting and Education 
Power, as service provider, to may give the customer a notice requiring the customer to comply with the plan within the reasonable period stated in the notice.
Section 60(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.24. (A.36.24.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to submit a strategic asset management plan to the regulator for approval. 
Section 73 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.25. (A.36.25.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to submit a revised or new strategic asset management plan to the regulator for approval. 
Section 75(5) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.26. (A.36.26.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to change the strategic asset management plan after it is approved, with the agreement of the regulator. 
Section 76(1) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.27. (A.36.27.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as water service provider that supplies more than just drainage services, to submit a system leakage management plan to the regulator for approval. 
Section 82 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.28. (A.36.28.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as water service provider that supplies more than just drainage services, to apply to the regulator for an exemption from providing a system leakage management plan. 
Section 83 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.29. (A.36.29.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as water service provider that supplies more than just drainage services, to provide information requested by the regulator. 
Section 89 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.30. (A.36.30.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as water service provider that supplies more than just drainage services, to amend the system leakage management plan after approval, with the regulator's agreement. 
Section 90 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.31. (A.36.31.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power, as drinking water service provider, to submit a drinking water quality management plan to the regulator for approval. 
Section 95(1) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.32. (A.36.32.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power, as drinking water service provider, to provide additional information requested by the regulator about the drinking water quality management plan. 
Section 96 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.33. (A.36.33) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power, as drinking water service provider, to submit a proposed amended drinking water quality management plan to the regulator for approval. 
Section 100 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.34. (A.36.34.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power, as drinking water service provider, to make submissions in response to a show cause notice issued by the regulator regarding proposed amendments to the drinking water quality management plan. 
Section 101Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.35. (A.36.35.) 
Principal Engineer Water and Wastewater Operations 
Power, as drinking water service provider, to provide notice of noncompliance with water quality criteria to the regulator. 
Section 102 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.36. (A.36.36.) 
Principal Engineer Water and Wastewater Operations 
Power, as drinking water service provider, to provide notice of a prescribed incident to the regulator. 
Section 102A Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.37. (A.36.37.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power, as drinking water service provider that obtains water for the drinking water service from a water storage or other infrastructure not part of a water service for which there is a drinking water quality management plan, to give notice to the owner of the water storage or other infrastructure asking for information reasonably required about the quality of the water. 
Section 103 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.38. (A.36.38.) 
Manager Water Operations 
Power, as service provider, to submit a revised drinking water quality management plan to the regulator following review of such plan. 
Section 107 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
Amended:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.39. (A.36.39.) 
Manager Water Operations, Manager Water Infrastructure Services and Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as service provider, to submit a revised strategic asset management plan, system leakage management plan or drinking water quality management plan to the regulator following review of such plans. 
Section 107 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.40. (A.36.40.) 
Manager Water Operations, Manager Water Infrastructure Services and Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as service provider, to submit regular audit reports to the regulator. 
Section 108 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.41. (A.36.41.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Authority to sign on behalf of the service provider a Statutory Declaration to accompany a regular audit report. 
Section 109 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.42. (A.36.42.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as drinking water service provider, to submit a drought management plan to the regulator for approval. 
Section 125 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.43. (A.36.43.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as a service provider that supplies more than just drainage services, to change the drought management plan after it is registered. 
Section 129 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.44. (A.36.44.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as water service provider, to consult with the regulator concerning water security and the implementation of adequate measures to ensure the efficient use of water by Council's customers. 
Section 133(1AA)(b) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.45. (A.36.45.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as water service provider, to apply for an internal review of the decision made by the regulator under section 134(4). 
Section 133(4) and schedule 3 definition for "information notice" (a)(iv) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.46. (A.36.46.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as water service provider, to change an outdoor water use conservation plan after it is approved, with the regulator's agreement. 
Section 135(1) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.47. (A.36.47.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider providing a retail water service, to fix a meter and/or seal to a private fire fighting system. 
Section 144(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.48. (A.36.48.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services Power, as service provider, to recover from a customer the reasonable costs of complying with its obligations under section 164 of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008. 
Section 165 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.49. (A.36.49.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to impose conditions on the installation of water storage tanks and pumps, where the customer wants to connect to Council's water supply services. 
Section 166(3) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.50. (A.36.50.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to issue a notice to the owner of premises in Council's service area, requiring the owner to carry out works for connecting the premises to a registered service. 
Section 168 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.51. (A.36.51.) 
Local Laws Officer Level 2 and Animal Management Officer Level 5 State Award
Power, as service provider, to issue a notice to an owner or occupier, requiring them to stop contravening a restriction or pay the rate of charge. 
Section 169(1) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.52. (A.36.52.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as service provider, to reduce the water supply to premises to the minimum level necessary for health and sanitation purposes, where the circumstances described in section 169(1) of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008 apply. 
Section 169(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.53. (A.36.53.) 
Manager Water Operations Coordinator Trade Waste Services 
Power, as sewerage service provider, to give a person a trade waste approval to discharge trade waste into Council's sewerage infrastructure. 
Section 180 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
All Categories Category 1 to 4

 

B.40.54. (A.36.54.) 
Manager Water Operations Coordinator Trade Waste Services 
Power, as sewerage service provider, to give a trade waste approval on conditions. 
Section 181 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
All Categories Category 1 to 4

 

B.40.55. (A.36.55.) 
Manager Water Operations
Power, as sewerage service provider, to suspend or cancel a trade waste approval subject to section 183. 
Section 182 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.56. (A.36.56.)
Coordinator Trade Waste Services 
Power, as sewerage service provider, to immediately suspend or cancel a trade waste approval if urgent action is necessary in the interests of public health or safety, to prevent environmental harm, or to prevent damage to the sewerage system. 
Section 184 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.57. (A.36.57.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to give or refuse written consent for a person to connect or disconnect from Council's infrastructure. 
Section 191Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.58. (A.36.58.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as service provider, to give or refuse written consent for a person to interfere with Council's infrastructure. 
Section 192(1) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.59. (A.36.59.) 
Manager Water Infrastructure Services 
Power, as a service provider, to give or refuse written consent for a person to: (a) build over; (b) interfere with access to; (c) increase or reduce the cover over; or (d) change the surface of land in a way causing ponding of water over an access chamber for; Council's infrastructure. 
Section 192(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.60. (A.36.60.) 
Manager Water Operations Coordinator Trade Waste Services 
Power, as service provider, to give or refuse written consent for a person to discharge water from an ornamental pond, swimming pool or filtration system of a swimming pool into Council's infrastructure. 
Section 193(3) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
All Categories Category 1 to 4

 

B.40.61. (A.36.61.) 
Manager Water Operations, Manager Water Infrastructure Services and Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as service provider, to give or refuse written consent for a person to take water from Council's infrastructure. 
Section 195 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.62. (A.36.63.) 
Manager Water Operations
Power, as the relevant entity of a recycled water scheme, to respond to the regulator's request for additional information or to verify any information by statutory declaration. 
Section 203 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.63. (A.36.64.) 
Manager Water Operations
Power, as a recycled water provider for a single-entity recycled water scheme, to give the regulator notice of Council's stoppage or proposed stoppage of production or supply of recycled water. 
Section 208(2) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.64. (A.36.65.) 
Manager Water Operations
Power, as the relevant entity for recycled water scheme, to amend the recycled water management plan with the regulator's agreement. 
Section 209 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.65. (A.36.66.) 
Manager Water Operations
Power, as a recycled water provider for a single-entity recycled water scheme, to make a submission in response to the regulator's show cause notice issued under section 210(2) of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008. 
Section 210(3) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.66. (A.36.67.) 
Manager Water Operations
Power, as the relevant entity or declared entity for a recycled water scheme, to make submissions in response to the regulator's show cause notice issued under section 213(2)(a) of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008. 
Section 213(3) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.67. (A.36.68.) 
Manager Strategy and Coordination (Water & Waste) 
Power, as the relevant entity for a recycled water management plan that has been suspended under Chapter 3 Part 2 of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008, to apply to the regulator for approval to resume supply of recycled water under the scheme. 
Section 215(1) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.68. (A.36.69.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as the relevant entity for the recycled water scheme, to provide information or to verify information by statutory declaration as required by the regulator under section 230(6) of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008. 
Section 230(6) Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014

 

B.40.69. (A.36.70.) 
Manager Water Operations
Power, as recycled water provider, to apply to the regulator for an exemption for having an approved recycled water management plan for the scheme. 
Section 250 Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act 2008
7 May 2014
REVOKED:  16 December 2014  (Amendment to Act)

 

B.40.70. (A.36.71.) 
General Manager Water and Waste Services 
Power, as recycled water provider, to provide information or information verified by statutory declaration as required by the regulator under section 251(1) of the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act