Delegation Authority Register
Delegations of authority are required in order to provide the Chief Executive Officer of the Town with the power to exercise duties and make determinations. It is essential that the Town’s delegations are performed in a manner that is in accordance with the adopted governance framework and is compliant with the relevant legislation. The Town is required to keep records on the exercise of its delegations.
To view the register please click here.
Register of Gifts and Contributions to Travel
In accordance with the Local Government Act 1995,
Elected Members and Chief Executive Officers are required to disclose gifts that are received in their capacity as an Elected Member or Chief Executive Officer that are valued at (or cumulative value within 12 months) over $300.
The Chief Executive Officer is required to keep a record of the disclosures by way of a register published on the Town's website. To view the Town's Register of Gifts and Contribution to Travel please click here.
Register of Public Minor Breaches
The Register of Public Minor Breaches
is published in accordance with section 5.121 of the Local Government Act 1995
Elected Members Training Register
The Elected Members Training Register
is published in accordance with section 5.127(2) of the Local Government Act 1995
Elected Members Payments Register
The Elected Members Payments Register
discloses the amount of meetings fees, expenses and allowances paid to Elected Members, including Mayoral and Deputy Mayoral allowances paid to the Mayor and Deputy Mayor for their increased duties. It is published in accordance with section 5.96A(1)(i) of the Local Government Act 1995
and section 29C (2)(f) of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996
The Western Australian Government via the Salaries and Allowances Tribunal issues determinations of Salaries and Allowances amounts for Local Government Elected Members. In determining the allowances, the following factors are also taken into account:
Freedom of Information
- The leadership role of the mayor and Deputy Mayor, and
- The ceremonial and civic duties required of the mayor.
The Western Australian Freedom of Information Act 1992
gives individuals the right to apply for access to documents held by State Public Sector agencies which includes: Government Departments; Local Authorities; Statutory Authorities and Ministers.
The Town of Claremont is an agency within the meaning of the Freedom of Information Act 1992
. Accordingly the requirements of the Act apply to the Town of Claremont from the commencement date of that legislation, being 1 November 1993.
The intention of the Act is to:
- Confer upon persons a general right of access to information held by agencies;
- Confer upon individuals a right to apply to an agency for an amendment of personal information to ensure that it is accurate, complete, up to date and not misleading;
- Place an obligation on agencies to make publicly available certain information about their operations.The Act also requires that agencies prepare and publish an Information Statement which conveys the maximum possible detail to the public about its operations and how access may be obtained to public documents.
To view the Freedom of Information Statement please click here.
To apply for access to documents please click here for the application form.
Please note that certain requests for information may require a completed statutory declaration form. Please click here for the declaration form.
For a schedule of the authorised witnesses for statutory declarations, please click here.
for more information on our registers.