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In March 2021, the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption released its report on Operation Dasha, which investigated allegations of corrupt conduct concerning the former Canterbury City Council.
This investigation examined the conduct of public officials at the council, including former councillors, the former general manager, and the former director of city planning. The allegations were that these individuals dishonestly and/or partially exercised their official functions in relation to planning proposals and/or applications in the Canterbury City Council local area.
The ICAC also investigated the circumstances surrounding the appointment of the director of city planning.
Senior Corruption Prevention Officer (Planning)
Antony joined ICAC in 2010.
Antony is a qualified planning professional with over 20 years experience working in local and State Government. His experience in planning entails operational aspects, in particular the assessment of development applications and the making of environmental planning instruments, and a practical appreciation of the political context in which the NSW planning system operates.
Antony's planning experience and practical knowledge to his current role with the ICAC in its investigations and corruption prevention work. This includes ICAC's February 2012 discussion paper, Anticorruption Safeguards in the NSW Planning System and, most recently, its investigation into corrupt conduct at the former Canterbury City Council (Op Dasha).