The Department of Planning and Environment brings together specialists in urban and regional planning, water, government property and social housing, Environment and Heritage, and Aboriginal heritage and land use.
The department complies with the requirement under Part 3, Division 2 of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) to have a guide that describes:
Guarantee of Service
The department has a wide range of services, from the Land and Housing Corporation, to the Valuer General, state significant developments and precinct plans, water management, biodiversity and conservation, and so on. The department therefore does not have a single guarantee of service. If you would like to know what the department’s guarantee is for a particular service, you can contact us using the Your Feedback widget on the home page.
Major assets and value of properties disposed
Under section 18(g) of the GIPA Act and clause 6(2) of the Government Information (Public Access) Regulation 2016, the department is required to provide open access to the following government information:
- a list of the department’s major assets, other than land holdings, appropriately classified and highlighting major acquisitions during the previous financial year,
- the total number and total value of properties disposed of by the department during the previous financial year.
Major Assets 2021-22 (PDF, 150 KB)
List of open access information not disclosed
Under section 6(5) of the GIPA Act, the department must keep a list of any open access information that it has not made publicly available due to an overriding public interest against disclosure.
The department has not withheld any open access information on the grounds of an overriding public interest against disclosure.
Class 3 contracts
A list of all contracts entered into by the department worth more than $150,000 can be found on the eTendering website.
A copy of any contracts the department has entered into that has a value of $5million or more, (minus any confidential information such as commercial-in-confidence provisions of the contract), can be found below.