2022 review of Landgate's enabling legislation
Review of Landgate’s enabling legislation
The Land Information Authority Act 2006 (the Act) requires that every five years a review must be conducted of the Act which assesses its operation and effectiveness, and has regard to:
(a) the effectiveness of the operations of Landgate; and
(b) the need for the continuation of the functions of Landgate; and
(c) any other matters that appear to the Minister to be relevant to the operation and effectiveness of this Act.
In short, the purpose of the review is to assess what Landgate has done well over the past five-year period, what it could improve and how it could meet the needs of the State better, including putting forward recommendations.
Landgate undertook an open consultation process between 19 April and 27 May to help inform the review. Feedback was sought from organisations and members of the public who deal regularly with Landgate, or who otherwise have an interest in its operations. This consultation process has now closed.
The report following from this review was tabled in Parliament on November 15, 2022. If you are interested to read the report in full, it is available on the Parliament of Western Australia’s webpage.
If you have any questions regarding the review, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.