Your right to information
Landcom complies with the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (‘GIPA Act’) which regulates the provision of information by public sector organisations in New South Wales to members of the public.
The GIPA Act was established to provide an open and transparent process for giving the public access to government information. Under the GIPA Act, members of the public have a right to access government information, except where there is an overriding public interest against releasing that information.
Information provided by Landcom
Landcom provides a range of information on our website about our organisation and our projects, in a readily accessible format. We also proactively release information that may be of interest to the public, including through media releases and a quarterly electronic newsletter.
The following open access information is available on the Landcom website free of charge:
- Landcom Agency Information Guide, which describes our structure, functions, how those functions affect the community, the type of information we hold and how the information is available
- Landcom Policy document, which provides a summary of the organisation's policies that affect members of the public
- a disclosure log of information previously released in response to formal access applications under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (the GIPA Act) that may be of interest to other members of the public
- a register of contracts with a value of $150,000 or more that Landcom has with private sector organisations and which are required to be disclosed under the GIPA Act
- Landcom Annual Report.
The Agency Information Guide available on this page explains how you can request information from Landcom. This includes information on how to make both an informal request and formal GIPA access application.
A GIPA access application form which can be used to formally request information from us is also available.
For further information
To find out more about the information we provide or how to request additional information, you can contact the Right to Information Officer at Landcom:
Phone: (02) 9841 8600
Further information is also available from the following external websites: