Public disclosure

These disclosure logs are prepared in accordance with sections 18(d) and 25 of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. The purpose is to make publicly available a record of access applications where information has been released to an applicant. The disclosure logs:

  • identify the application
  • note the date of decision of the application
  • provide a description of the information released
  • note whether the information is now available to members of the public and how it can be accessed

Click here to access our GIPA request disclosure log.

Public interest disclosure

Ref No.

Decision Date

Information Requested

How to access this information

1

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Requested details of all travel undertaken by INSW Board Members which have been funded by the NSW Government, including details of the journey, the mode of travel and cost involved to taxpayer.

Read the attached letter

 

2

Monday, 20 August 2012

Reports or briefing papers produced by INSW or any third party for the NSW Government on application of distance-based toll on Sydney's roads and for so-called congestion charges in Sydney, either to fund new road projects or for congestion management

Read the report

3

Friday, 2 November 2012

Requesting minutes of all infrastructure Board Meetings

By Email or hand written request

4

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Details, including time, date and attendance of all Infrastructure NSW Board meetings, since June 2011. Also requests minutes of all Board Meetings since June 2011

Read the 2012 Annual Report

Board minutes by email or hand written request

5

Thursday, 25 October 2012

Seeking under government information (public access 2009) access to the following: Salaries and consultancy arrangements, names of employees, wages and bonus payments with a value over $50,000

Read the 2012 Annual Report

6

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

All correspondence between Infrastructure NSW Chief Paul Broad and the Director-General of Transport for NSW, Les Wielinga since Infrastructure NSW's inception

By Email or hand written request

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