Public Exhibition Of Vehicular Crossing Policy (draft)

Consultation has concluded

The Roads Act 1993 and the Local Government Act 1993 require that a person does not carry out any activity or works on a public road or place without the approval of Council. In this respect, both the former Bankstown and Canterbury Councils held detailed procedures and specifications aimed at ensuring that, among other things, vehicular crossings were constructed to a suitable standard.

The introduction of a Vehicular Crossing Policy establishes a series of guidelines for the construction, widening, reconstruction and maintenance of vehicular crossings. It also provides guidance for when and how Council will restore vehicular crossings if damage is incurred by Council through the course of its operations

The exhibition period closes on Tuesday 22 August 2017.

The Roads Act 1993 and the Local Government Act 1993 require that a person does not carry out any activity or works on a public road or place without the approval of Council. In this respect, both the former Bankstown and Canterbury Councils held detailed procedures and specifications aimed at ensuring that, among other things, vehicular crossings were constructed to a suitable standard.

The introduction of a Vehicular Crossing Policy establishes a series of guidelines for the construction, widening, reconstruction and maintenance of vehicular crossings. It also provides guidance for when and how Council will restore vehicular crossings if damage is incurred by Council through the course of its operations

The exhibition period closes on Tuesday 22 August 2017.

  • The closing date for submission is Tuesday 22 August 2017. You can make a submission by using the online facility here.

    Alternatively you can write to: The Interim General Manager, Canterbury-Bankstown Council, PO Box 8, Bankstown NSW 1885.

    Where required, a Political Donations and Gift Disclosure Statement must accompany the submission. You can obtain a copy of the statement and guidelines at Council’s Customer Service Centre or the Department of Planning & Environment at www.planning.nsw.gov.au

    Please note that all submissions received by Council are not confidential and may be made available to the public through the GIPA Act 2009.

    The closing date for submission is Tuesday 22 August 2017. You can make a submission by using the online facility here.

    Alternatively you can write to: The Interim General Manager, Canterbury-Bankstown Council, PO Box 8, Bankstown NSW 1885.

    Where required, a Political Donations and Gift Disclosure Statement must accompany the submission. You can obtain a copy of the statement and guidelines at Council’s Customer Service Centre or the Department of Planning & Environment at www.planning.nsw.gov.au

    Please note that all submissions received by Council are not confidential and may be made available to the public through the GIPA Act 2009. If you wish to be contacted prior to the release of your submission, please indicate ‘in confidence’ in your submissions.

    Consultation has concluded