Food safety inspections for the years 2014, 2015, 2016

Nigel Gladstone made this Government Information (Public Access) request to Penrith City Council as part of a batch sent to 149 authorities

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Nigel Gladstone

Dear Local Council,

Can you please provide me with the number of food safety inspections carried out in your area annually, for the last three years?

How many warning were issued each year and how many fines each year?

What percentage of all food outlets did the council inspect each year?

Have any outlets been shut down for non-compliance and if so what for and how many?

What were the worst offences/biggest fines for each year?

Yours faithfully,

Nigel Gladstone

Michael Middleton,

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Hi Nigel,


I refer to the above matter and to your request below and advise I have
been working to collate the information you have sought.


I have spoken with our Right to Information Officer who has advised that
prior to the release of the information, you will need to complete the
GIPA process in accordance with Council’s procedures. I have reviewed your
requests on the ‘Right to Know’ website and am aware that some council’s
are asking you to complete this process.


Information on how to complete this process for Penrith is available at:
. For further information on Council’s process or for further assistance
to ensure you complete the correct form, please contact Council’s Right to
Information Officer on 4732 7732.


Once this process is complete I will be able to provide you with our



Michael Middleton
Health Team Leader

E [2][email address]
T [3]+612 4732 7531 | F +612 4732 7958 | 
PO Box 60, PENRITH NSW 2751


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Nigel Gladstone

Dear Michael Middleton,

I have sent the form ATTN to you via the council email - [email address].

Please let me know if you need any further information.

Yours sincerely,

Nigel Gladstone