Council Assessment Panel
The Council Assessment Panel (CAP) is an important committee of Council with responsibility for making decisions on Development Applications that fall within its delegation. The CAP is established under the provisions of the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 (PDI Act.).
29 July 2020 - COUNCIL ASSESSMENT PANEL (CAP)
Recommendations for members of the Council Assessment Panel were endorsed by the Council at the Ordinary Council Meeting of 29 July 2020.
Pursuant to Section 83 of the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016, Council is required to establish a Council Assessment Panel. The CAP will comprise three (3) members – the Council Administrator and two (2) Independent Members.
29 June 20 - COUNCIL SEEKS EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR ASSESSMENT PANEL
The Council is currently seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced members of the public to sit on Council’s newly established Assessment Panel (CAP). The CAP will consist of two independent members of the public and Council’s Administrator. One of the independent members will be appointed to the position of Presiding Member.
The CAP is an important committee of Council with responsibility for making decisions on Development Applications that fall within its delegation under the provisions of the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 and to advise Council on development assessment trends and issues.
Interested persons must be qualified at Level 2 of the SA Government Accredited Professionals Scheme or be eligible for and have undertaken registration at the time of commencement of appointment.
As a guide it is anticipated that the independent members will come from the fields of urban planning, architecture, landscaping, building/construction, surveying, engineering, environmental planning or similar. Applicants will need to demonstrate a reasonable knowledge of the Development Act 1993, Planning Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 and their associated Regulations.
Members will be paid a sitting fee to cover time involved in preparing for and attending meetings.
It is anticipated that the number of meetings to be held each year will be 1-2.
Expressions of interest for the independent member positions must include: a resume; a covering letter detailing skills and experience; and evidence of accreditation/eligibility. EOIs should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5.00pm on Monday 13 July 2020.
For further information please contact Michelle Hales Group Manager Governance and Community on 8671 0010.