Public Exhibition

Council's Mission Statement is "Working for and with the community".

This is achieved by way of extensive and effective community consultation.

In order to ensure Council operations reflect local needs, drafts of all plans, policies, projects and proposals are put on public display for perusal and comment before they are formally adopted. Residents are invited to make a submission in regards to these documents, as well as in regards to any development proposals presented to Council for assessment with the assurance that is will be properly considered.

SUBMISSIONS

Submissions should be addressed to the General Manager and include details of the document/proposal in the title or subject line. Submissions will only be received up to and including the relevant closing date.

Submissions can be made via the following:

ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION 

DRAFT WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL CONTRACT MANAGEMENT POLICY

WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL | ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION

DRAFT CONTRACT MANAGEMENT POLICY(PDF, 265KB)

 

At the 16 May 2024 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council resolved (Resolution 101/24) to go out for public exhibition inviting submissions from the community on the Draft Contract Management Policy.

Background

The Draft Contract Management Policy outlines standardised procedures, from procurement to performance evaluation, ensuring transparency, compliance and value for money.  By implementing this policy, Weddin Shire Council aim to optimise outcomes, minimise risks and strengthen relationships with stakeholders.  The effective management of contracts is essential to Council in maximising benefits and achieving required objectives from contracts entered into by Council.  The Draft Contract Management Policy provides further guidance to Council’s Code of Conduct Procedures relating to Contract Management.

Council welcomes any input or submissions to mail@weddin.nsw.gov.au Submissions close 5:00pm Friday 21 June 2024.

How are we notifying you?

: See ‘Public Exhibition’ section on Council’s website https://weddin.nsw.gov.au

F: On our Facebook feed

3 : See ‘Council News’ in the Grenfell Record

 

DRAFT WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL PROCUREMENT POLICY

WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL | ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION

DRAFT PROCUREMENT POLICY(PDF, 257KB)

 

At the 16 May 2024 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council resolved (Resolution 100/24) to go out for public exhibition inviting submissions from the community on the Draft Procurement Policy.

Background

The Draft Procurement Policy provides further guidance to Council’s Code of Conduct and Procedures relating to procurement.

A procurement policy serves as a guiding framework that outlines Weddin Shire Council's approach to acquiring goods, services and works.  It defines the rules, procedures and principles governing the entire procurement process.  By establishing clear guidelines and standards, the procurement policy ensures that procurement activities are conducted in a consistent, ethical and cost-effective manner, while also aligning with organisational objectives and legal requirements.  This policy supersedes the Procurement and Sale of Asset Policy and once adopted will separate procurement from sales and disposal.

Council welcomes any input or submissions to mail@weddin.nsw.gov.au Submissions close 5:00pm Friday 21 June 2024.

How are we notifying you?

: See ‘Public Exhibition’ section on Council’s website https://weddin.nsw.gov.au

F: On our Facebook feed

3 : See ‘Council News’ in the Grenfell Record

 

 

DRAFT WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL SALE OR DISPOSAL OF COUNCIL ASSETS POLICY

WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL | ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION

DRAFT SALE OR DISPOSAL OF COUNCIL ASSETS POLICY(PDF, 193KB)

 

At the 16 May 2024 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council resolved (Resolution 099/24) to go out for public exhibition inviting submissions from the community on the Draft Sale or Disposal of Council’s Assets Policy.

Background

The Draft Sale or Disposal of Council Assets Policy provides further guidance to Council’s Code of Conduct and Procedures relating to procurement.

The draft policy ensures compliance with regulations, optimises financial resources, enhances transparency and engages the community in asset management decision.  By establishing clear guidelines Council can balance fiscal responsibility with community interests while mitigating risks associated with asset disposal.  This policy supersedes the Procurement and Sale of Asset Policy and once adopted will form two separate policies.

Council welcomes any input or submissions to mail@weddin.nsw.gov.au Submissions close 5:00pm Friday 21 June 2024.

How are we notifying you?

: See ‘Public Exhibition’ section on Council’s website https://weddin.nsw.gov.au

F: On our Facebook feed

3 : See ‘Council News’ in the Grenfell Record

 

DRAFT WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL CORPORATE UNIFORM AND DRESS POLICY

WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL | ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION

DRAFT CORPORATE UNIFORM AND DRESS POLICY(PDF, 124KB)

At the 16 May 2024 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council resolved (Resolution 093/24) to go out for public exhibition inviting submissions from the community on the Draft Corporate Uniform and Dress Policy.

Background

The Draft Corporate Uniform and Dress Policy provides employees who work indoors with guidelines and framework for an appropriate uniform that provides adequate protection from workplace hazards and promotes a positive corporate image.

Council currently does not have a formal Corporate Uniform and Dress Code Policy.  A Corporate Uniform projects and enhances a professional and corporate image of Council and encourages and promotes unity within the organisation.  The corporate uniform is t be worn by employees who are predominantly engaged in an office environment.  This draft policy outlines the allocation and management of uniforms for corporate staff. 

Council welcomes any input or submissions to mail@weddin.nsw.gov.au Submissions close 5:00pm Friday 21 June 2024.

How are we notifying you?

: See ‘Public Exhibition’ section on Council’s website https://weddin.nsw.gov.au

F: On our Facebook feed

3 : See ‘Council News’ in the Grenfell Record

 

DRAFT WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL LEGISLATIVE COMPLIANCE POLICY

WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL | ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION

DRAFT LEGISLATIVE COMPLIANCE POLICY(PDF, 102KB)

At the 16 May 2024 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council resolved (Resolution 091/24) to go out for public exhibition inviting submissions from the community on the Draft Legislative Compliance Policy.

Background

Legislative compliance is crucial for Council’s corporate governance and due diligence.  The Draft Legislative Compliance Policy outlines Weddin Shire Council's commitment to adhering to all statutory and common law requirements governing its governance and operations.  Council is obligated to provide a safe environment, promote equity, and maintain the highest standards of probity, transparency and accountability for its stakeholders, staff and the community.

Council welcomes any input or submissions to mail@weddin.nsw.gov.au Submissions close 5:00pm Friday 21 June 2024.

How are we notifying you?

: See ‘Public Exhibition’ section on Council’s website https://weddin.nsw.gov.au

F: On our Facebook feed

3 : See ‘Council News’ in the Grenfell Record

 

DRAFT WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY

WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL | ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION

DRAFT WORK HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY(PDF, 144KB)

At the 16 May 2024 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council resolved (Resolution 092/24) to go out for public exhibition inviting submissions from the community on the Draft Work Health and Safety Policy.

Background

The Work Health and Safety Policy is to provide a framework for the management of the health, safety and wellbeing of Weddin Shire Council workers, contractors, volunteers and visitors to Council workplaces.

This Policy supports the Weddin Shire Council Work, Health and Safety Management System (2023). Work, health and safety applies to all work activities undertaken by workers, contractors, volunteers and visitors to Council workplaces.

The Draft WHS Policy outlines the roles and responsibilities of personnel in work, health and safety. It is noted the increase psychosocial hazards being reported in the workplace when compared to the more traditional physical injuries such as sprains and twists.

Council welcomes any input or submissions to mail@weddin.nsw.gov.au Submissions close 5:00pm Friday 21 June 2024.

How are we notifying you?

: See ‘Public Exhibition’ section on Council’s website https://weddin.nsw.gov.au

F: On our Facebook feed

3 : See ‘Council News’ in the Grenfell Record

 

 

 

ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION - TREE REMOVAL NOTIFICATION

There are currently no Tree Removal Notifications on Public Exhibition.

ON PUBLIC EXHIBITION - DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS

DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL | DA 17/2022 | NSW Planning Portal No: PAN - 393655 | Submissions close 5pm 13 June 2024

WEDDIN SHIRE COUNCIL

DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL(PDF, 32KB)

ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING & ASSESSMENT ACT 1979

DA 17/2022, (NSW Planning Portal No:  PAN-393655)

 

Council has received a Modified Development Application s4.55(2) Change from approved two WC brick building to a single accessible WC Modular building on LOT: 7369 DP: 1179298, known as Grenfell Cemetery, Henry Lawson Way, GRENFELL NSW 2810.

Inspection:      Development Application (DA) 17/2022 Modification s4.55(2) to Change from approved two (2) WC brick building to a single accessible WC Modular building may be viewed online through the NSW Planning portal from 16 May 2024 to 13 June 2024. If any technical issues are experienced on the NSW Planning Portal preventing the development application being viewed, please contact Council via email mail@weddin.nsw.gov.au or by phone on 02 6343 1212 and details of the development will be forwarded to you.

Submissions:   Any person may make a submission via the NSW Planning Portal https://www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/daexhibitions within the advertised period.  Submissions objecting to the development are required to specify the grounds for objection and must be submitted by 5:00pm, Thursday 13 June 2024.