Reviewable Decisions

The following are prescribed by legislation as reviewable matters.

227 Reviewable decisions

(1) A reviewable decision is a decision or order made by a council, or an officer of a council, that is designated as reviewable:

(a) by this Act (or a by-law under this Act); or

(b) by resolution of the council.

(2) A list setting out each category of reviewable decisions must be accessible on a council’s website.


The following are designated by this Act as reviewable:

(a) a decision by the council or a council committee to reject an application for correction of an entry in the assessment record (Section 154(6))

(b) a regulatory order (Section 196);

(c) a decision to refuse to suppress a person’s name or address (or both) from publicly available material (Section 201(5)).”

Council formed the reviewable decision committees to review any decision under this Act.