Council Assessment Panel
The Council Assessment Panel is an independent planning authority appointed by Council to make decisions on development applications presented by Council planning staff.
The Council Assessment Panel (CAP) considers particular types of development applications, which includes those where there are opposing representations, Council Member and staff applications, and Council owned properties, and requests for a review of a decision of Assessment Manager.
Council Assessment Panel members
The Council Assessment Panel consists of a total of five members, and includes one Council Member and four Independent specialist members.
Independent members have been appointed for a specific term, subject to them achieving the required accreditation under the PDI Act. Councillor Kemp’s appointment has been extended to the end of the Council term.
|Member name||Role||Term concludes|
|Geoff Parsons||Independent Presiding Member||31 May 2024|
|Ross Bateup||Independent Member||31 May 2024|
|Paul Mickan||Independent Member||31 May 2024|
|Myles Somers||Independent Member||31 May 2024|
|Cr John Kemp||Council Member||End of term, November 2022|
The CAP has an appointed Assessment Manager who manages the staff and operations of the Panel, as well as providing advice to the Panel as appropriate.
Ms Deryn Atkinson
08 8408 0400
PO Box 44, Woodside SA 5244
Meeting schedule, agendas, minutes and related reports
Council Assessment Panel meetings are public meetings held on the second Wednesday of each month and generally start at 6.30pm, unless otherwise advised.
Meetings are held in person at the Council offices at 63 Mount Barker Road, Stirling and also virtually via Zoom.
The next ordinary CAP meeting will be accessible to the public:
Wednesday 10 August 2022
from 6.15pm for a 6.30pm commencement
Click here to join the meeting
Webinar ID — 883 7242 8791
Passcode — 996758
Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct sets out standards of conduct and professionalism to be observed by all members of assessment panels. A key requirement is that members carry out their functions with high ethical standards to maintain public confidence in the integrity of the development assessment process.
Complaints or concerns about behaviour that contravenes the Code of Conduct must be addressed in writing to the State Planning Commission. Details on this process are available in the Complaints Handling Procedure for Assessment Panels.