Gift Register

Recent amendments to the Local Government Act 1995 and subsidiary legislation has imposed new disclosure requirements on employees and councillors in regards to gifts and travel contributions.

Councillors and designated employees are required to declare gifts and travel contributions within 10 days of receipt, as opposed to in the annual return.  The Chief Executive Officer is required to make this information available on the local government's official website.

Gift Register
Name of person making disclosure Description of gift Name and address of person who made gift Date gift was received Estimated value of gift at time it was made Nature of relationship between person who made gift and person who received gift For a gift that is a travel contribution - description and date of travel For an excluded gift under s.5.62(1B)(a): the date of the approval refereed to in s.5.62(1B)(a)(ii) and the reasons for the approval
Cr Scott Thompson Nomination fee - Charity Golf event Nexus Risk Services
Clive Street Katanning
08/04/2016 $35.00 Nil

Register of Gifts and Travel to 18 October 2019

Prior to the amendments to the Local Government Act 1995 proclaimed on the 18 October 2019, local governments were required to maintain a register of gifts and travel contributions received by the Mayor, Elected Members, Chief Executive Officer and relevant employees. This register is now redundant but is required to remain publicly available.

View Register of Gifts and Travel to 18 October 2019