Appealing a Fine
Council can no longer review the issue of a notice, and all correspondence in relation to a review must be lodged through Revenue NSW.
Council Rangers patrol building sites in the Liverpool area to ensure that construction is being carried out in a safe and environmentally sound manner.
The Compliance role is to investigate and monitor unauthorised development including, illegal landfill and unauthorised business activities.
Cooling Water and Warm Water Systems
The Public Health Act 2010 requires that all regulated systems are registered with the corresponding local council due to the potential risks associated with Legionnaires Disease.
Enforcement and Parking Services
The Enforcement and Parking Services provide Law Enforcement functions under the Local Government Act, as well as other legislation administered by Council.
Liverpool City Council undertakes inspections of all retail food premises that sell, store and handle food to ensure compliance with legislative requirements.
General Nuisance Complaints
Council regularly undertake inspections on a number of general nuisances to ensure that they do not pose a threat to public health and safety.
Illegal dumping costs the Liverpool community a great deal each year. Dumped waste can consist of dangerous items such as syringes, asbestos and toxic waste.
Noise pollution occurs where the noise source exceeds the criteria as defined under the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997.
Council Rangers and Parking Patrol Officers undertake many functions on behalf of the community, however, are limited in their powers to enforce certain laws.
Beauty Salon and Hairdressing (including Skin Penetration Premises)
Council’s health officers undertake regular inspections of premises involved in skin penetration.
Transporting of Loads
Safe loading of vehicles and restraint of loads are important in preventing injury to people and damage to property.
A flexible approach to assessing applications to remove or prune trees will ensure that trees of high aesthetic and environmental value are only removed when deemed necessary.
Report Dumped Shopping Trolleys
Abandoned trolleys, which end up in parks and recreational areas including those dumped into creeks and rivers, are a major problem for Council and the country.