Holroyd Council has adopted the following Charter of Residents’ Rights:
- Holroyd City Council recognises the need to incorporate a clear statement of rights for residents, and to keep the community informed about its decisions and activities.
- Members of the public are entitled to attend most meetings of Council and to be heard at these times. Council has, for this purpose, embraced the concept of a Public Forum at the start of each meeting.
- Further public submissions in relation to rates and charges or indeed any matter contained within Council’s Management Plan may be made at any time during the period of public exhibition of the draft Plan.
- Council also has a policy whereby residents are notified of Development and Building applications which may affect them. All residents are entitled to view plans of proposed development and lodge written submissions.
- In addition to the Local Government Act 1993, residents are protected and entitled to access information under the following circumstances:
- The Council website will provide an enhanced gateway for residents to access Council information and interact with Council on all issues of concern and interest.
The Council’s privacy procedures have been developed in accordance with the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (PPIP Act) and with your rights and needs in mind.
Further Information regarding Privacy
Further information regarding accessing your personal information and protecting your privacy can be found on the Information and Privacy Commission’s website.
How to access, correct or update your information
You can access the personal information that you give to us under the PPIP Act and in accordance with your rights under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.
For more information on the Council’s privacy policies and procedures, send us an email or telephone the Council on (02) 9840 9840.
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