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The Council seal is the signature of the Council. Affixing the seal demonstrates approval of the content of a document and shows what Council has done or agreed to do. Council’s seal can only be used following a resolution of Council.

However, not all documents created to implement decisions of Council require the affixing of a seal. This policy sets out the situations in which a seal is required, and how the seal is to be used.


This policy aims to outline, among other things, the role of Council and other organisations in managing asbestos, our approach to dealing with naturally occurring asbestos, sites contaminated by asbestos and emergencies or incidents, general advice for residents, and our development approval process for developments that may involve asbestos and conditions of consent. 


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