Purchase terms

The following document contains the Conditions of Contract, which together with a completed Purchase Order constitute a binding legal contract between the Corporation and the Supplier.

The Supplier acknowledges that the Supplier has read and understood the Conditions of Contract set out on this website and accepts the Conditions of Contract as binding.

The Supplier acknowledges and agrees that the Conditions of Contract will be deemed to have been perused and accepted and are binding on the Supplier on the acceptance of a Purchase Order by the Supplier.

Terms and Conditions of Purchase

1. Definitions

In this agreement:

  • 1.1 Business Day means a day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday in the State of South Australia.
  • 1.2 City Works Approval means the approval issued by the Council (if any) which is Annexure A.
  • 1.3 Confidential Information means any documentation or information of a confidential nature supplied by either party to the other in connection with this agreement, but excludes any or information which has been previously published or otherwise disclosed to the general public or is required to be disclosed by law.
  • 1.4 Council means The Corporation of the City of Adelaide (ABN 20 903 762 572) and / or any subsidiary of The Corporation of the City of Adelaide established pursuant to section 42 of the Local Government Act 1999 (SA) including but not limited to: the Adelaide Economic Development Agency (ABN 76 182 348 392); Adelaide Central Market Authority (ABN 54 824 264 891); and the Rundle Mall Management Authority (ABN 20 903 762 572).
  • 1.5 Existing Conditions means the conditions as described in clause 8.4.1.
  • 1.6 Force Majeure Event means an unforeseeable and unknown event occurring after the date of this agreement beyond the reasonable control of the parties which precludes a party from performing on time an obligation under this agreement. Such circumstances include:
    • (a) acts of God, lightning strikes, earthquakes, floods, storms, explosions, fires and any natural disaster; and
    • (b) acts of war, acts of public enemies, terrorism, riots, civil commotion, malicious damage, sabotage and revolution;
    • (c) a pandemic is declared by a Governmental Agency and measures are implemented by the Governmental Agency to address the pandemic; and/or
    • (d) a suspension or termination of services or works is necessitated by legislative requirement or is ordered by a Governmental Agency;
  • 1.7 Governmental Agency means any government or any government, semi-governmental, administrative, fiscal or judicial body, department, commission, authority, tribunal, agency or entity including any self-regulatory organisation established under statute or any stock exchange.
  • 1.8 Intellectual Property means all rights conferred by statute, common law or equity in relation to patents, inventions, registered and unregistered designs, registered and unregistered trade marks, trade names, logos and get up, confidential information, copyright and moral rights and all other rights resulting from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary or artistic fields.
  • 1.9 Purchase Order means the purchase order document completed by the Council setting out the Works and the price for the Works.
  • 1.10 Supplier means the person or persons supplying Works to the Council pursuant to a Purchase Order, and for the purposes of the Terms and Conditions includes the Supplier’s employees, agents and contractors.
  • 1.11 Terms and Conditions means these Terms and Conditions.
  • 1.12 Variation means any change in the Works as specified in any Purchase Order, being:
    • (a) any increase of, decrease in, or omission from such Works;
    • (b) any change in the character, quality, origin or the materials for any such Works; or
    • (c) any supply of additional Works.
  • 1.13 Warranty Period means the period of 2 years from the delivery of the Works for which the Supplier provides warranty against defects of the Works.
  • 1.14 Works means any works and services (including the provision of any goods and/or materials) specified in the Purchase Order together with any additional works necessary for the performance of this agreement.
  • 1.15 Expressions used in the Purchase Order have the same meaning in these Terms and Conditions.

    2. Interpretation

    In this document, unless the context otherwise requires:

    • 2.1 a reference to this agreement means the Purchase Order and the Terms and Conditions;
    • 2.2 a reference to a party includes its executors, administrators, successors and permitted assigns;
    • 2.3 an agreement, representation, warranty or indemnity by two or more parties (including where two or more persons are included in the same defined term) binds them jointly and severally;
    • 2.4 an agreement, representation, warranty or indemnity in favour of two or more parties (including where two or more persons are included in the same defined term) is for the benefit of them jointly and severally;
    • 2.5 a reference to legislation includes any amendment to it, any legislation substituted for it, and any subordinate legislation made under it;
    • 2.6 a provision is not construed against a party only because that party drafted it;
    • 2.7 an unenforceable provision or part of a provision may be severed, and the remainder of this agreement continues in force, unless this would materially change the intended effect of this agreement; and
    • 2.8 the meaning of general words is not limited by specific examples introduced by ‘including’, ‘for example’ or similar expressions.

    3. Application

    This agreement:

    • 3.1 applies to all Works undertaken by the Supplier to the Council and the Supplier is deemed to have read and agreed to this agreement prior to filling each and every order for the Works; and
    • 3.2 prevails over the Supplier’s terms and conditions of sale or any other documents provided by the Supplier.

    4. Supply

    The Supplier agrees to supply the Works and the Council agrees to purchase the Works on the terms of this agreement.

    5. Delivery

    If the Works include the provision of goods and/or materials:

    • 5.1 the Supplier must deliver the goods and/or materials on or before the delivery date.
    • 5.2 unless otherwise specified in this agreement, “delivery” occurs as soon as the goods and / or materials are:
      • 5.2.1 off-loaded at the delivery address specified in the Purchase Order; and
      • 5.2.2  inspected by the Council and accepted as being in accordance with this agreement.
    • 5.3 title to and property in the goods and/or materials passes to the Council on delivery of the goods and / or materials.
    • 5.4 risk in the goods and/or materials passes on delivery of the goods and / or materials. 
    • 5.5 no liability to pay for any goods and/or materials arises until delivery.

    6. Payment

    Unless otherwise specified in the Purchase Order, the Council must pay the price specified in the Purchase Order by electronic funds transfer within 10 Business Days from receipt of a correctly rendered invoice issued by the Supplier. The invoice cannot be issued until the Works have been completed or supplied by the Supplier. The Supplier must provide the invoice (in a PDF electronic file) to the email address [email protected]

    7. Standards

    The Supplier must:

    • 7.1 perform the Works in a professional and competent manner with due care, skill and diligence and within the time specified in the Purchase Order;
    • 7.2 comply fully and promptly at its own cost with all laws, applicable standards, codes of practice, by-laws, orders and regulations at present or in the future relating to the performance of the Works and with all requirements, notices or orders in respect of anything affected by the Works;
    • 7.3 provide at its own cost all supervision, labour, materials plant, tools and equipment, transport and temporary works required for the performance of the Works;
    • 7.4 be responsible for the care of the Works from the date of commencement until completion, including the care, storage and protection of unfixed items and items provided by the Council (if any);
    • 7.5 provide, erect and maintain all barricades, fences, signs, lighting and temporary works necessary for the protection of the Works, other property and for the safety and convenience of the public; and
    • 7.6 observe all conditions of the City Works Approval.

    8. Warranties by Supplier

    • 8.1 The Supplier warrants that the Works will
      • 8.1.1 be of good merchantable quality and fit for their purpose;
      • 8.1.2 be new and / or performed using new materials, unless otherwise notified in writing by the Supplier;
      • 8.1.3 conform with the description and any specifications referred to in the Purchase Order; and
      • 8.1.4 throughout the Warranty Period, operate in accordance with any specifications, and otherwise in accordance with the operation of similar products.
    • 8.2 If any Works are found to be defective or do not comply with clause 8.1.1 to 8.1.4 and the Council notifies the Supplier of the defect during the Warranty Period, the Supplier must, at its own cost, promptly rectify any defects in the Works, or promptly replace the goods and / or materials and deliver it to the Council.
    • 8.3 Failing rectification by the Supplier, the Council may rectify defects at the cost of the Supplier.
    • 8.4 The Supplier:
      • 8.4.1 acknowledges and agrees that it enters into this agreement with knowledge of the existence and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the State of South Australia, Australia and the world as at the date of this agreement (Existing Conditions), and has had regard to those Existing Conditions in entering into this agreement;
      • 8.4.2 warrants to the Council that it has entered into this agreement with full knowledge of the Existing Conditions, has not relied on any advice or statements by the Council regarding the Existing Conditions and has taken appropriate advice in respect of the Existing Conditions or chosen not to seek or receive such advice; and
      • 8.4.3 acknowledges that the Council has relied on the Supplier’s warranties in entering into this agreement.

    9. Variations and Extensions of Time

    No unauthorised Variation and Valuation of Variations

    • 9.1 The Supplier must not, and is not authorised to, make any Variation of the Works except:
      • 9.1.1 a Variation instructed by the Council; and/or
      • 9.1.2 a Variation requested by the Supplier, which has been approved by the Council.
    • 9.2 Variations by the Supplier arising from, or related or attributable to the Existing Conditions which were, or ought to have been, reasonably foreseen as at the date of receipt of a Purchase Order from the Council are not permitted.

    Adjustment of price

    • 9.3 For the purpose of any adjustment to the price for a Variation:
      • 9.3.1 if practicable, the value of the Variation must be agreed by the Supplier and the Council before the Supplier commences to execute the Variation; or
      • 9.3.2 if the value of the Variation is not agreed by the Supplier and the Council, the value must be determined by the Council by application of rates accepted by the Council.

    A Variation must be valued as soon as practicable, and the Supplier must promptly and diligently supply to the Council all relevant information to the valuation.

    Extension of Time

    • 9.4 The Supplier by written notice to the Council may claim a time extension if progress of the Works is delayed or will be delayed by an event arising from, or related or attributable to the Existing Conditions but which were not, and could not have been, reasonably foreseeable as at the date of receipt of a Purchase Order from the Council.
    • 9.5 The claim must state with reasonable particularity the cause of delay, and an estimate (if practicable) of the extent or likely extent of the delay in supplying the Works.
    • 9.6 The claim must be made before or within seven days after the commencement of the delay, whether or not it is practicable to estimate the delay or its consequences.
    • 9.7 Subject always to clause 9.8, if supply of the Works is delayed by a cause beyond the control of the Supplier, the Supplier is entitled to a fair and reasonable extension of the time for supplying the Works.
    • 9.8 For the avoidance of doubt, the Supplier is not entitled to an extension of time for any delays or disruptions arising from the Existing Conditions which were, or ought to have been, reasonably foreseeable at the date of receipt of a Purchase Order from the Council this agreement.
    • 9.9 The Supplier accepts the risk of all costs, losses and expenses incurred because of a delay in progress or completion of the Works (including a delay caused by a Variation directed by the Council). The Supplier’s sole remedy for such a delay is an extension of time approved by the Council under this clause. No costs or damages are payable by the Council in respect of such a delay.

    10. Insurance

    • 10.1 The Supplier must maintain at all times public and product liability insurance for the amount of $20,000,000 in respect of any one incident arising during or in consequence of the performance of the Works until the completion of the Works.
    • 10.2 The Supplier must maintain professionally indemnity insurance for the amount of $5,000,000 during the performance of the Works and for at least two years following completion of the Works.
    • 10.3 The Supplier must provide certificates of currency in respect of the insurances before commencing the Works and when reasonably requested by the Council.

    11. Work Health & Safety and ReturnToWorkSA

    If applicable:

    • 11.1 the Supplier must comply with the Work Health and Safety Act 2012 (SA), any regulations made under it and any associated policies adopted by the Council, and must ensure that its employees and contractors comply with all laws, regulations, notices and codes of practice having application to this agreement;
    • 11.2 the Supplier must comply with the Return to Work Act 2014 (SA) and any regulations made under it;
    • 11.3 the Supplier must comply with all reasonable directions and procedures relating to security and work health and safety as required by the Council; and
    • 11.4 the Supplier must immediately notify the Council of any incident or accident arising from the performance of this agreement, including any incident or accident involving the public.

    12. Supplier Indemnities

    The Supplier indemnifies the Council against all actions, proceedings, claims, demands, charges, penalties, expenses and all other liabilities arising from or in relation to the performance or non‑performance of any of the Supplier’s obligations under this agreement. This indemnity is reduced by the extent to which the Council contributes to the event giving rise to the claim for the indemnity.

    13. Intellectual Property

    • 13.1 Other than any drawings or specifications provided by the Council to the Supplier, the Supplier warrants that the Works will not infringe the Intellectual Property of any third party.
    • 13.2 The ownership of Intellectual Property produced as a result of this agreement vests solely in the Council immediately on its creation.
    • 13.3 The Supplier is granted a royalty free non transferrable non exclusive licence to use any Intellectual Property:
      • 13.3.1 produced as a result of this agreement; or
      • 13.3.2 relating to the drawings and specifications or the Confidential Information provided by the Council to the Supplier;

    solely for the purpose of completing the Works and for no other purpose.

    14. Force Majeure

    • 14.1 If a Force Majeure Event causes delay or failure by a party to perform its obligations under this agreement:
      • 14.1.1 neither party is liable for such delay or failure; and
      • 14.1.2 all obligations of a party under this agreement are suspended until the Force Majeure Event ceases to apply.
    • 14.2 A party which is, by reason of a Force Majeure Event, unable to perform any obligation or condition required by this agreement must:
      • 14.2.1 notify the other party as soon as possible giving:
        • 14.2.1.1 reasonably full particulars of the Force Majeure Event;
        • 14.2.1.2 the date of commencement of the Force Majeure Event and an estimate of the time required to enable it to resume full performance of its obligations; and
        • 14.2.1.3 where possible, the means proposed to be adopted to remedy or abate the Force Majeure Event;
    • 14.2.2 use all reasonable diligence and employ all reasonable means to remedy or abate the Force Majeure Event as soon as possible;
    • 14.2.3 resume performance as soon as possible after termination of the Force Majeure Event or after the Force Majeure Event abates to an extent which permits resumption of performance;
    • 14.2.4 notify the other party when the Force Majeure Event terminates or abates to an extent which permits resumption of performance; and
    • 14.2.5 notify the other party when resumption of performance occurs.
    • 14.3 If a delay or failure under this clause exceeds 60 days, the Council may immediately terminate this agreement by written notice to the Supplier (Termination Date).
    • 14.4 In the event of the Council terminating this agreement pursuant to clause 11.3:
      • 14.4.1 the Council remains liable to pay the Supplier any unpaid invoice already issued to the Council;
      • 14.4.2 within 20 Business Days of the Termination Date the Supplier must give the Council an invoice:
        • 14.4.2.1 for Works completed up to and including the Termination Date and not the subject of any previous invoice; and
        • 14.4.2.2 for reasonable and substantiated direct costs or expenses (net of GST input tax credits) the Supplier incurred as the result of the Council terminating the agreement under clause 11.3 and not reasonably able of being put to alternate use.
      • 14.4.3 The Council will not otherwise be liable to the Supplier for any cost, loss, expense or damage incurred by the Supplier in connection with the exercise by the Council of its rights under clause 11.3 including, without limitation, any claim relating to loss of anticipated profits or unperformed Works.

    15. Termination

    • 15.1 The Council may suspend or terminate the whole or any part of this Agreement at any time, for any or no reason by 30 calendar days’ written notice to the Supplier.
    • 15.2 The Council may immediately terminate this agreement by giving notice to the other party if the Supplier:
      • 15.1.1 ceases to carry on business or becomes otherwise unable to perform its obligations under this agreement;
      • 15.1.2 breaches a material provision of this agreement and fails to remedy the breach within a specified reasonable time after receiving notice requiring it to do so;
      • 15.1.3 becomes an externally-administered body corporate or an insolvent under administration or becomes insolvent (each within the meaning of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)).
    • 15.3 Termination of this agreement under this clause does not affect any accrued rights or remedies of either party.

    16. Confidential Information and Freedom of Information

    • 16.1 Each party agrees that it will not use any Confidential Information of the other party or allow any Confidential Information of the other party to be used for any purpose, except for the purposes contemplated by this agreement, and agrees that it will:
      • 16.1.1 keep confidential; and
      • 16.1.2 not use or reproduce in any form;

    any Confidential Information belonging to the other party. A party may depart from its obligations under this clause only with the written consent of the other party or as required by law or the terms of this agreement.

    • 16.2 The Supplier consents to any disclosures made as a result of the Council complying with its obligations under the Freedom of Information Act 1991 (SA) (FOI Act), subject to any legally required consultation.
    • 16.3 Subject to clause13.1, for the purposes of the FOI Act, the terms specified confidential in the Purchase Order are confidential (confidential sections).
    • 16.4 Unauthorised disclosure of the confidential sections and their subject matter is a breach of this agreement.

    17. Audit of Works

    The Supplier must keep the Council fully and regularly informed as to all matters relating to the Works and must provide to the Council any information reasonably requested by the Council for the purposes of monitoring the performance of the Supplier’s obligations under this agreement.

    18. Disputes

    All disputes or differences between the Council and the Supplier must be referred to a mediator, agreed by the parties or in the absence of agreement appointed by the President of the Local Government Association of South Australia or the President’s nominee.

    19. Relationship

    This agreement does not create a relationship of employment, agency or partnership between the parties.

    20. Miscellaneous

    • 20.1 Special conditions
      If there is an inconsistency between a special condition set out in the Purchase Order and the rest of this agreement, the special condition governs to the extent of the inconsistency.
    • 20.2 Alteration
      This agreement may be altered only in writing signed by each party.
    • 20.3 Assignment
      The Supplier must not assign this agreement or any right under it without the prior written consent of the Council.
    • 20.4 Entire agreement
      This agreement:
      • 20.4.1 constitutes the entire agreement between the parties about its subject matter; and
      • 20.4.2 supersedes any prior understanding, agreement, condition, warranty, indemnity or representation about its subject matter.
    • 20.5 Waiver
      A waiver of a provision of or right under this agreement:
      • 20.5.1 must be in writing signed by the party giving the waiver;
      • 20.5.2 is effective only to the extent set out in the written waiver.
    • 20.6 Exercise of power
      • 20.6.1 The failure, delay, relaxation or indulgence by a party in exercising a power or right under this agreement is not a waiver of that power or right.
      • 20.6.2 An exercise of a power or right under this agreement does not preclude a further exercise of it or the exercise of another right or power.
    • 20.7 Survival
      Each indemnity, obligation of confidence and other term capable of taking effect after the expiration or termination of this agreement, remains in force after the expiration or termination of this agreement.
    • 20.8 Governing law
      • 20.8.1 This agreement is governed by the law in South Australia.
      • 20.8.2 The parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in South Australia.
    • 20.9 Ombudsman
      The Supplier acknowledges that the Ombudsman Act 1972 (SA) empowers the Ombudsman to investigate matters in the public interest. The Supplier must ensure compliance with all obligations arising under that Act and all other applicable laws.
    • 20.10 ICAC
      The Supplier acknowledges and agrees that by entering into this agreement with the Council the Supplier will be considered to be a public officer for the purposes of the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption Act, 2012 (SA) (ICAC Act) and is obliged to comply with the ICAC Act and the Directions and Guidelines issued pursuant to the ICAC Act.

    21. GST

    • 21.1 The total amounts payable under this agreement are inclusive of GST, unless otherwise specified.
    • 21.2 Notwithstanding any other provision of this agreement, the Council need not make any payment for a taxable supply made by the Supplier under this agreement until the Supplier has given the Council a tax invoice in respect of that taxable supply.

    22. Notices

    • 22.1 A notice, demand, consent, approval or communication under this agreement (Notice) must be:
      • 22.1.1 in writing, in English and signed by a person authorised by the sender; and
        • 22.1.2 hand delivered or sent by pre paid post or facsimile or electronic communication to the recipient’s address or facsimile number specified in the Purchase Order, as varied by any Notice given by the recipient to the sender.
    • 22.2 A Notice is deemed to be received:
      • 22.2.2 if sent by prepaid post, two Business Days after posting;
      • 22.2.3 if sent by facsimile, at the time and on the day shown in the sender’s transmission report, if it shows that the entire Notice was sent to the recipient’s facsimile number last Notified by the recipient to the sender;
      • 22.2.4 if sent by electronic communication, at the time deemed to be the time of receipt under the Electronic Transactions Act 1999 (Cth) if the notice was being given under a law of the Commonwealth of Australia.

    Effect of this City Works Approval

    A. In this City Works Approval:

    • “Agreement” means the entire agreement to which this document is attached.
    • “Approval Holder” means the person providing services to the Council under the Agreement.
    • “City Works Officer” means the person from the Council nominated by the Council’s Representative from time to time. “Permitted Days or Times” means the days and times specified in the Agreement as the days and times during which works under the Agreement may be carried out, subject to any limitations imposed in a traffic management plan or site management plan or otherwise imposed in writing by the City Works Officer or their delegate.
    • “Work Site” means the area specified in the Agreement as the area in which the works under the Agreement may be carried out, subject to any limitations imposed in a traffic management plan or site management plan or otherwise imposed in writing by the City Works Officer or their delegate.

    B. This City Works Approval forms part of the Agreement.

    C. The Approval Holder must observe the conditions in this City Works Approval.

    D. The Approval Holder may not perform any works under the Agreement until the Approval Holder has submitted to the Council:

    • A traffic management plan;
    • A site management plan; and
    • A written notification to stakeholders;

    and the City Works Officer or their delegate has indicated in writing their endorsement of each such document. The City Works Officer may withdraw their endorsement of any such document at any time, in which case the Approval Holder may not perform any works under the Agreement until a new document is submitted to the Council and the City Works Officer or their delegate has indicated in writing their endorsement of the document.

    E. The Approval Holder may not perform any works under the Agreement during any period where this Approval is suspended or after this Approval is revoked (unless a new approval is issued, in which case that new approval forms part of the Agreement).

    F. If the City Works Approval is revoked, each obligation imposed upon the Approval Holder by this City Works Approval which is capable of surviving such revocation continues to apply (including, without limitation, any obligation to restore or remediate damage) unless waived by the Council.

    G. Suspension, revocation or variation of the City Works Approval by the Council, lack of endorsement of any traffic management plan, site management plan or written notification to stakeholders, any limitation imposed on the Permitted Days or Times or Work Site, or the exercise of any other right by the Council under this City Works Approval:

    • does not terminate or frustrate the Agreement or constitute a repudiation of the Agreement (but may constitute a basis for termination of the Agreement by the Council); and
    • does not create any extension for any date or period by or in which the Approval Holder must commence works, complete works, complete any part of an agreed programme of works, or take any other step under the Agreement.

    H. Despite anything in the Agreement, the representative of the Council for matters arising under the City Works Approval is the City Works Officer.

    I. To the extent of any inconsistency, the terms of this City Works Approval prevail over the terms of any other part of the Agreement.

    J. Suspension or termination of the Agreement also suspends or revokes the City Works Approval.

    Conditions

    • 1. The works permitted under the City Works Approval may only be performed at the Work Site.
    • 2. All works must be undertaken by or on behalf of the Approval Holder (including by any contractor, agent, employee or related body corporate of the Approval Holder) consistent and in accordance with the terms and requirements of each of the following instruments (as amended or replaced from time to time):
      • 2.1. The Road Traffic Act 1961 and associated subordinate legislation and instruments;
      • 2.2. The Work Health and Safety Act 2012 and associated subordinate legislation and instruments;
      • 2.3. The Local Nuisance and Litter Control Act 2016 and associated subordinate legislation and instruments;
      • 2.4. Any other applicable legislation;
      • 2.5. The Manual of Legal Responsibilities and Technical Requirements for Traffic Control Devices (including both Part One: Legal Responsibilities and Part Two: Technical Requirements);
      • 2.6. The Department for Infrastructure and Transport SA Standards for Workzone Traffic Management;
      • 2.7. City of Adelaide City Works Guides (available here: https://www.cityofadelaide.com... or by request from the City of Adelaide) to the extent they are applicable, which at the time of issue of this Approval include the following:
        • 2.7.1. City Works Guide #1: Works in the Public Realm;
        • 2.7.2. City Works Guide #2: Works Impacting City of Adelaide Assets;
        • 2.7.3. City Works Guide #3: Managing Demolition and Construction;
        • 2.7.4. City Works Guide #4: Concrete Pumps and Pours;
        • 2.7.5. City Works Guide #5: Cranes and Elevated Work Platforms;
        • 2.7.6. City Works Guide #6: Ladders, Industrial Bins and Shipping Containers;
        • 2.7.7. All other applicable Standards and Guidelines published by the City of Adelaide from time to time (available here: https://www.cityofadelaide.com... or by request from the City of Adelaide); and
      • 2.8. The conditions of this City Works Approval.
    • 3. The Work Site is to be managed as per the traffic management plan and site management plan (including any replacement traffic management plan or site management plan) endorsed by the City Works Officer or their delegate.
    • 4. The Council may, at its sole and absolute discretion, specifically approve a departure from:
      • 4.1. the City of Adelaide City Works Guides;
      • 4.2. the applicable traffic management plan;
      • 4.3. the applicable site management plan; or
      • 4.4. the City Works Approval;

    upon application made to [email protected], or GPO Box 2252 Adelaide SA 5001, or fax 08 8203 7575, but only if that departure would not contradict any mandatory legal requirement.

    • 5. Written notification of works is to be provided to all affected stakeholders regarding works being undertaken and any potential impact the works may cause. Notification must be provided within a reasonable timeframe prior to works commencing and no less than 48 hours. Stakeholders may include residents, businesses, Emergency Services, Department for Infrastructure and Transport including where applicable Buses, Trams and Traffic Management Centre. Written notification to stakeholders will be in the terms endorsed by the City Works Officer or their delegate.
    • 6. Without limitation to any other obligation under the City Works Approval (including observance of the City Works Guides), the Approval Holder must:
      • 6.1. carry out the works as expeditiously as is practicable in the circumstances; and
      • 6.2. take action that is reasonably practicable in the circumstances to minimise obstruction of the road and inconvenience to road users; and
      • 6.3. if the Approval Holder breaks up, or damages, a road in the course of acting under the City Works Approval (and the breaking up or damaging of that road is not otherwise within the scope of the works the subject of the Agreement) —restore the road at least to the condition that existed immediately before the action was taken in a manner consistent with the applicable City of Adelaide City Works Guides and any other City of Adelaide Standards or Guidelines, at the Approval Holder’s expense.
    • 7. All contractors/employees/subcontractors or visitors to the Work Site must obey all on street parking signs within the Council.
    • 8. The Approval Holder is to liaise directly with Service Pit owners (eg: Telstra, SA Power Networks etc) to arrange repairs/replacements or reinstatements pertaining to service pits as required.
    • 9. If works are to be carried out between 7am-9am and 4pm-7pm Monday to Friday (Public Holidays excluded) the Approval Holder must not, without approval from the Council, implement a 25km/h speed restriction. For the avoidance of doubt, this requirement applies regardless of whether the effect of the requirement is that works cannot proceed during those times
    • 10. No work is to be conducted outside the Permitted Days or Times without specific written approval from the City Works Officer or their delegate.
      • 10.1. An application for approval to undertake works outside the Permitted Days or Times must be received by Council two weeks prior to commencing any activity predicted to last less than 24 hours or four weeks prior to commencing any activity predicted to last more than 24 hours. The application must specify the reasons why works cannot be undertaken within the Permitted Days or Times and what measures the Approval Holder will take to control, minimise or eliminate any noise or other forms of nuisance likely to result from the works being undertaken outside the Permitted Days or Times.
      • 10.2. If approval to undertake work outside the Permitted Days or Times is granted, the City Works Officer or delegate will impose conditions on such an approval to control, minimise or eliminate any noise or other forms of nuisance likely to result from the works. It is a term of the City Works Approval that any such separate approval must be complied with.
    • 11. The Work Site is to be left clean on completion of work and all structures, objects or substances erected, placed or installed for the purposes of completing the works are to be removed.
    • 12. The City Works Approval may be suspended or revoked by the Council, or the term and/or conditions of the City Works Approval may be altered by the Council for the following reasons:
      • 12.1. due to the breach of any condition of the City Works Approval by the Approval Holder; or
      • 12.2. because any activity carried out by the Approval Holder is, in the opinion of an authorised officer of the Council under the Local Nuisance and Litter Control Act 2016, causing local nuisance; or
      • 12.3. to eliminate or minimise a risk to health and safety or of damage to property; or
      • 12.4. to accommodate public events or roadworks; or
      • 12.5. due to impacts on traffic; or
      • 12.6. in the interests of amenity.