To outline the conditions and parameters of the development of a Joint Use Agreement to establish a partnership with a third party agency/organisation.
The policy applies to the development and use of all facilities constructed and managed in partnership with a third party, typically the education sector. The construction may occur solely on the third party’s land or across land owned partially by Council and the third party.
Joint Use Agreement aims to provide facilities that meet a demonstrated community need and the needs of the agency/organisation. By partnering with a third party, the development and use of the proposed facility should represent economic benefits to Council in savings in land and/or construction costs.
5.1 Location, design and community access
5.2 Development of the Joint Use Agreements
It is recognised that, from time to time, circumstances may change leading to the need for minor administrative changes to this document. Where an update does not materially alter this document, such a change may be made administratively. Examples include a change to the name of a Council department, a change to the name of a Federal or State Government department, and a minor update to legislation which does not have a material impact. However, any change or update which materially alters this document must be by resolution of Council.
The next review of this document is scheduled for completion by 30 June 2022.
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