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Due to the latest Health Orders for the COVID-19 Pandemic, Council meetings will be held remotely until further notice. Therefore, the public gallery for Council meetings will be closed until further notice.
A webcast of the meeting will be uploaded to Council’s website after the meeting.
We thank you for your support and understanding as Council focuses its efforts in keeping our community, Councillors and staff safe.
Canterbury Bankstown Local Planning Panel (CBLPP) Meetings
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, meetings of the CBLPP will continue to be held remotely until further notice. Therefore, the public gallery for meetings will remain closed.
Further information on how to observe or participate in Panel meetings, please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on 02 9707 9000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local Government Act 1993 (The Act), Council is charged with the administration of our Local Government Area (LGA). Accordingly, Council must conduct its business and decision-making in formal Council and committee meetings.
As a general legislative requirement, all Council meetings must be open to the public. However, recognising the need for confidentiality in specified circumstances, Council can exclude the public and the press, provided the legislative requirements are met.
The Act determines issues such as the minimum number of Council meetings that must be held during the year, what constitutes a quorum, when notices of meetings must be given, the roles of various participants, that is, the Mayor, Councillors and the General Manager, along with restrictions and requirements that might impact on each of the roles.
Council has adopted a
Code of Meeting Practice that complies with the Local Government (Meetings) Regulations 2005. This code contains the rules and regulations on how Council meetings should be conducted and details issues and procedures for matters such as motions, amendments and the general conduct of speeches.
Code of Meeting Practice
All Council meetings commence at 6pm sharp and close by 10.30pm, with only one extension to 11pm permitted, if so resolved by Council. Any unfinished business will be referred to the next available Ordinary Meeting. The minutes of any Council meeting are considered to be draft until they are confirmed at a subsequent meeting.
Council operates a
free shuttle bus service for residents to attend
Council's Ordinary Meeting. This service departs from the rear carpark of the Campsie Administration Centre at 5.00pm and will return registered residents to Campsie Administration Centre at the conclusion of the meeting.Read additional information about the free shuttle bus service..
Access business papers, minutes, video and/or audio of the featured Council meetings by clicking on the links below.
Recordings of Council meetings are published on this website once the minutes of the meeting are finalised. Council does not accept liability for any unlawful statements made or actions taken by individuals during a meeting that are captured by the recordings.
Video images and audio contained in the recordings are subject to copyright by Council and must not be altered, reproduced or republished without Council’s written consent.
CBLPP Electronic Determination
From 2 November 2020
Access business papers and minutes issued by the City of Canterbury Bankstown by identifying the year the document was issued and clicking on the link below.
Access business papers and minutes issued prior to the merger of Bankstown and Canterbury Councils by clicking on the links below.
Former Bankstown City Council - Meetings & Business papers prior to 12 May 2016
Former Bankstown City Council - Meetings & Business papers prior to 2012
Former Canterbury City Council - Meetings & Business papers prior to 12 May 2016
Former Canterbury City Council - Meetings & Business papers prior to July 2013