The State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP) Members are bound by the Minister’s Code of Conduct.
SCAP Members are also required to disclose their financial and other interests as required by the Development Act, and this information is available for inspection at Level 5, 50 Flinders St, Adelaide.
The Code can be viewed here:
The Minister has adopted a code of conduct to be observed by members of assessment panels. The code of conduct sets out standards of conduct and professionalism that are to be observed by all members of an assessment panel.
Regulation 11 of the Planning, Development and Infrastructure (General) Regulations 2017 (operational from 1 October 2017) prescribes the process to be followed if a person believes that a member of an assessment panel has acted in contravention of the code of conduct.