Access Advisory Committee
The Access Advisory Committee is an advisory committee of the Council and does not have executive power or authority to implement actions.
The role of the Access Advisory Committee is, independently of management, to report to Council and provide appropriate advice and recommendations on matters relevant to its Constitution.
The purpose of the Access Advisory Committee is:
To review all Council policies and processes associated with Pedestrian Access Mobility Plans (PAMPs).
To assist Council to incorporate measures into planning and planning approval processes to ensure that all pedestrian and wheeled access needs are considered so that infrastructure meeting the appropriate standards are incorporated into the development and that individual developments are integrated into surrounding streetscapes and environments without creating barriers to pedestrian and wheeled access.
To consider and provide feedback on proposed infrastructure and services potentially affecting pedestrian and wheeled access within our community.
- Ted Kabbout representing disabled Surfers Association of Australia
- Lee Clark representing Spinal Cord Injuries Australia
- Jenny Willemse representing Mullumbimby Community Health Cente - Northern NSW Local Health Network
- Craig Scanlon
- Gunela Astbrink
- Max Brown
- General Manager (or delegate)
No less than 4 times per year.
Historical Committee meetings
Listed here are meetings prior to December 2014. Meetings after December 2014 are available on Meetings of Council.