As per Section 322 of the Local Government Act 2019 and in accordance with good governance principals to ensure decision making is transparent and accountable, some decisions made by Council are reviewable.

A reviewable decision is one that council, a council committee or local board will review if a community member brings to council's attention a substantial reason as to why the decision should be reviewed.

The following categories of decisions are designated as reviewable:
1.    a decision in relation to the correction of an entry in the assessment record under Section 232(1) or 233(7);
2.    a regulatory order under Section 286;
3.    a decision to refuse to suppress a person's details in publicly available material under Section 293(5).