City Works Guidelines Review

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Consultation has concluded

Have your say on the revised City Works guides

Update

During the consultation period, the following feedback was received and actioned:

  • Feedback received in relation to the ‘maintenance period’ was taken on board and clarified as the ‘defects liability period’ in City Works Guide 2 – Works Impacting CoA Assets)
  • Feedback received in relation to the insertion of AS 4687 – Temporary Fencing and Hoardings was included in City Works Guide 1 – Works in the Public Realm.

All City Works Guides were approved by City of Adelaide’s Executive Leadership Team and are now available at https://www.cityofadelaide.com.au/business/permits-licences/city-works/



Project Information

We are seeking your feedback on the revised City Works Guides. As a valued customer, your feedback will help ensure that the changes proposed will enable you to have as much up to date information as you need, before, during and after conducting works in the City. Our aim is to create an easier, more transparent process for obtaining a City Works permit.

Closing date for providing feedback is 5pm, 16 April 2019.

Background

The City Works Guidelines were first developed in 2002 to communicate important information to customers about legislative requirements and our expectations when conducting works in the City of Adelaide. Since then, there has been significant changes in relevant legislation and changes in accepted standards and practices of work.

In 2018, we identified that a review of the current City Works Guidelines was a key priority to provide a better service for our customers and to support the increase in development and maintenance works happening in the City. A customer satisfaction survey helped identify the following key issues and priorities:

  • The website needs to be updated and more user friendly
  • A preference for an online application process
  • To be kept informed throughout the application process
  • Consistent messaging and communication around requirements between City Works Officers and other areas of Council.

For further information and to view all revised City Works Guides see below:

Information Pack

City Works Guide 1: Works in the Public Realm

City Works Guide 2: Works Impacting Council Assets

City Works Guide 3: Managing Demolition and Construction

City Works Guide 4: Concrete Pumps and Pours

City Works Guide 5: Cranes and Elevated Work Platforms

City Works Guide 6: Ladders, Industrial Bins and Shipping Containers

Have your say on the revised City Works guides

Update

During the consultation period, the following feedback was received and actioned:

  • Feedback received in relation to the ‘maintenance period’ was taken on board and clarified as the ‘defects liability period’ in City Works Guide 2 – Works Impacting CoA Assets)
  • Feedback received in relation to the insertion of AS 4687 – Temporary Fencing and Hoardings was included in City Works Guide 1 – Works in the Public Realm.

All City Works Guides were approved by City of Adelaide’s Executive Leadership Team and are now available at https://www.cityofadelaide.com.au/business/permits-licences/city-works/



Project Information

We are seeking your feedback on the revised City Works Guides. As a valued customer, your feedback will help ensure that the changes proposed will enable you to have as much up to date information as you need, before, during and after conducting works in the City. Our aim is to create an easier, more transparent process for obtaining a City Works permit.

Closing date for providing feedback is 5pm, 16 April 2019.

Background

The City Works Guidelines were first developed in 2002 to communicate important information to customers about legislative requirements and our expectations when conducting works in the City of Adelaide. Since then, there has been significant changes in relevant legislation and changes in accepted standards and practices of work.

In 2018, we identified that a review of the current City Works Guidelines was a key priority to provide a better service for our customers and to support the increase in development and maintenance works happening in the City. A customer satisfaction survey helped identify the following key issues and priorities:

  • The website needs to be updated and more user friendly
  • A preference for an online application process
  • To be kept informed throughout the application process
  • Consistent messaging and communication around requirements between City Works Officers and other areas of Council.

For further information and to view all revised City Works Guides see below:

Information Pack

City Works Guide 1: Works in the Public Realm

City Works Guide 2: Works Impacting Council Assets

City Works Guide 3: Managing Demolition and Construction

City Works Guide 4: Concrete Pumps and Pours

City Works Guide 5: Cranes and Elevated Work Platforms

City Works Guide 6: Ladders, Industrial Bins and Shipping Containers

  •  Feedback form closes at 5pm, 16 April, 2019.

    You will be asked to login to your user account before providing your feedback.

    Please ensure your profile is up to date with your latest contact details.

    If you need some help on the registration process please read this handy guide here.

     Feedback form closes at 5pm, 16 April, 2019.

    You will be asked to login to your user account before providing your feedback.

    Please ensure your profile is up to date with your latest contact details.

    If you need some help on the registration process please read this handy guide here.

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