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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 15 July 2001 to 13 December 2001 (accessed 22 February 2020 at 19:41) Current version
Part 10 Division 2 Clause 203
203   Annual reports
(cf clause 81K of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1)  As soon as practicable after 30 June, but before 31 December, in each year, an accreditation body must prepare and forward to the Minister a report of the accreditation body’s work and activities under the Act for the period of 12 months ending on 30 June in that year (the reporting year).
(2)  An accreditation body’s report must include particulars as to the following:
(a)  the number of persons accredited by the accreditation body during the reporting year,
(b)  the number of complaints against accredited certifiers made to the accreditation body during the reporting year,
(c)  the action taken by the accreditation body with respect to each such complaint, including details as to:
(i)  the number of complaints that it has dismissed, and
(ii)  the number of complaints in respect of which it has instituted proceedings in the Administrative Decisions Tribunal, and
(iii)  the number of complaints that it has dealt with otherwise than as referred to in subparagraphs (i) and (ii),
(d)  the action taken by the Administrative Decisions Tribunal with respect to each complaint in respect of which it has instituted proceedings in the Tribunal,
(e)  the number of persons whose accreditation has been suspended or withdrawn during the reporting year, including details as to:
(i)  the number of persons whose accreditation has been suspended as a consequence of action taken by the Administrative Decisions Tribunal with respect to a complaint, and
(ii)  the number of persons whose accreditation has been withdrawn as a consequence of action taken by the Administrative Decisions Tribunal with respect to a complaint, and
(iii)  the number of persons whose accreditation has been withdrawn otherwise than as a consequence of action taken by the Administrative Decisions Tribunal with respect to a complaint,
(f)  such particulars as are required by the terms of its authorisation to be included in its report.
(3)  The Minister must cause each such report to be laid before both Houses of Parliament as soon as practicable after receiving the report.