Delegations and authorisations
The Local Government Act 1993 (Act), and other relevant legislation, authorises Council to undertake a range of functions by way of delegations and authorisations to staff (or another person or body such as a section 355 committee).
Current delegations and authorisations assigned by the elected Council are:
Sub-delegations and authorisations are appointed to positions within Council by the CEO. This is in accordance with Section 377 of the Act which provides:
- the elected Council to delegate, by Council resolution, authority to the General Manager to make most of the decisions and perform most of
- the functions required for Council to operate on a day to day basis. In turn, Council's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) sub-delegates functions to Council staff.
Sub-delegations and authorisations are set out in Parts B and C of the Register of delegations and authorisations [PDF].
Amendments to the Register may occur from time to time. For further information, please submit a customer request via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org