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All tenderers must comply with the NSW Government Code of Practice for the Construction Industry.
The onus rests with the tenderer or their representative to ensure that the tender is placed in the Tender Box, located in our Customer Service Centre on the Ground Floor of the Administration Building at 137 Beamish Street Campsie, by the nominated date and time.
Tenderers are warned that canvassing of Councillors may lead to disqualification of the tender.
Statement of Business Ethics
The Statement of Business Ethics is a means of providing guidance regarding the standards of ethical behaviour that organisations, service providers, small businesses and individuals can expect from Councillors and members of staff, and that are expected of them, in their dealings with Council.
We have provided the Statement of Business Ethics in a variety of community languages. Links to these can be found on the right hand side of this page.
Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
The following Terms and Conditions applies to all purchase orders issued by Canterbury City Council that refers to the Purchase Order Terms and Conditions.
Register of Government Contracts
Details of all contracts that Canterbury City Council enters into with the private sector valued over $150 000 must be recorded in the Register of Government Contracts.
Details of each contract must be entered into the register within 60 days of coming into effect, and must remain on the register for 30 days or until the contract is complete, whichever is longer.