Council Policies

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Document name Downloadable files
Appointment of Acting Chief Executive Officer - Policy PDF document
Awarding 'Honorary Freeman of the City of Cockburn' - Policy PDF document
City of Cockburn Branding & Logos - Policy PDF document
Compliments, Feedback & Complaints - Policy PDF document
Elected Member Communication - Policy PDF document
Execution of Documents - Policy PDF document
Executive and Senior Leadership Team Remuneration and Performance Management - Policy PDF document
Flying of Flags & Bereavement Recognition - Policy PDF document
Formal Introduction & Review of Council Delegated Authorities & Policies - Policy PDF document
Fraud and Misconduct Control and Resilience - Policy PDF document
Sponsorship of City Events - Policy PDF document
Access to Legal Services for Elected Members and Employees - Policy PDF document
Live Streaming at Council Meetings - Policy PDF document
Obtaining Legal & Other Expert Advice & Legal Proceedings Between City of Cockburn & Other Parties - Policy PDF document
Payments to Employees in Addition to Contract or Award - Policy PDF document
Privacy Management - Policy PDF document
Records Management - Policy PDF document
Related Party Disclosures - Policy PDF document
Risk Management - Policy PDF document
Structure for Administering the City of Cockburn - Policy PDF document
LibrariesPlanning - Land Administration Planning - Town Planning & Development

Access a list of all relevant local planning policies adopted under Town Planning Scheme No.3 below.




Miscellaneous

Document name Downloadable files
Public Open Space - LPP5.1 - Policy PDF document
Incorporating Natural Areas in Public Open Space and/or Drainage Areas - LPP5.2 - Policy PDF document
Control Measures for Protecting Water Resources in Receiving Environments - LPP5.3 - Policy PDF document
Location of High Voltage Overhead Power Lines & Microwave Towers - LPP5.4 - Policy PDF document
Local Development Plans - LPP5.5 - Policy PDF document
Vehicle Access - LPP5.6 - Policy PDF document
Uniform Fencing - LPP5.7 - Policy PDF document
Sea Containers - LPP5.8 - Policy PDF document
Rainwater Tanks and Renewable Energy Systems - LPP5.9 - Policy PDF document
Filling of Land - LPP5.11 - Policy PDF document
Retaining Walls - LPP5.12 - Policy PDF document
Percent for Art - LPP5.13 - Policy PDF document
Cockburn Coast Percent for Art - LPP5.14 - Policy PDF document
Access Street - Road Reserve & Pavement Standards - LPP5.15 - Policy PDF document
Design Review Panel - LPP5.16 - Policy PDF document
Cockburn Central Percent For Art - LPP5.17 - Policy PDF document
Subdivision & Development - Street Trees - LPP5.18 - Policy PDF document
Structure Plans & Telecommunications Infrastructure - LPP5.19 - Policy PDF document
Development on Local Reserves - LPP5.20 - Policy PDF document

Public Health and Security Sport and Recreation Street Trees and Verges Subdivision Development Transport, Traffic and Parking

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Cockburn Nyungar moort Beeliar boodja-k kaadadjiny. Koora, yeyi, benang baalap nidja boodja-k kaaradjiny.
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