Decisions we take can affect members of the public in relation to their ownership and use of land. Acting under the Western Australian Land Authority Act 1992, we have the power to:
We undertake an extensive public consultation process for all significant projects. If you would like to be involved in the public consultation phase of any of our projects, please register your interest in the project and you will be advised of any upcoming consultation.
Information we hold
Information we provide ranges from:
Where possible, we make information available on an informal basis, at no cost. Many of these documents are available to be downloaded from this website.
Current files are held on site or with project managers, while non-current files are archived to an offsite commercial storage facility.
Public access to information
We aim to make information available promptly and at the least possible cost, and whenever possible, documents will be provided outside the Freedom of Information process.
Applications and enquiries should be addressed to:
Freedom of Information Charges
A scale of fees and charges are set under the Freedom of Information Act Regulations. Apart from the application fee for non-personal information all charges are discretionary. The charges are as follows:
Type of Fee
Type of Charge
For financially disadvantaged applicants or those issued with prescribed pensioner concession cards, the charge payable is reduced by 25%.
Access to documents can be granted by way of inspection, a copy of a document, a copy of an audio or video tape, a computer disk, a transcript of a recorded, shorthand or encoded document from which words can be reproduced.
Freedom of Information decisions
As soon as possible, but in any case within 45 days, we will provide the applicant with a notice of decision in relation to the application. If the applicant disagrees with the decision the applicant can apply for an internal review of the application. Applications for an internal review should be made in writing within 30 days of receiving the notice of decision. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of the review within 15 days.
Amendment of personal information
Applications to have personal information held by LandCorp amended should be made in writing to the Freedom of Information Coordinator (address provided above), should provide enough information to determine what changes are required, and should provide current contact details.
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