Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1995 Week 11 Hansard (14 December) . . Page.. 3144..
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY QUESTION
Question No. 132
Acton Peninsula - Relocation of Resident Groups
(1) What arrangements have been made for the relocation of each of these groups.
(2) What financial assistance has been given to each group for the relocation.
(3) What other assistance has been provided to each group to assist relocation.
MRS CARNELL - The answer to the Member's question is as follows:
(1) The current plan is to relocate the following non-Government health and community service organisations to the former Holder High School:
. ACT Festivals Inc
. Technical Aid to the Disabled (ACT)
. Australian Red Cross - Meals on Wheels
. Diabetes Australia
. Epilepsy Association of the ACT Inc
. Mental Health Resources ACT Inc
. Home Help Service ACT Inc
. Sudden Infant Death Association (ACT) Inc
. Nature and Science Forum
. Rural Health Education Centre
. Canberra Region Medical Foundation
Joint planning is continuing with these groups about their relocation to new premises at Holder.
The following groups have already moved to new premises:
. National Health Sciences Centre - to Woden Valley Hospital
. Neurosciences Research Unit - to Woden Valley Hospital
. Clinic of Preventive Medicine for Women - to Hackett Shopping Centre
. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare - to Fernhill Park
. ACTION Clothing Store - to Mitchell )
. ACT Accommodation Services - to Macarthur House ) ACT Government
. ACT Library Service - to Griffith ) groups
. ACT Auditor-General - to Mitchell )
The following non-Government groups have made their own arrangements for relocated premises:
. Department of Clinical Sciences (ANU)
. School of Asian Business Studies (ANU)
Relocation of the following ACT Government groups is in the planning stage:
. Central Registry
. Roads & Transport Branch: Traffic Signals (storage only, no staff)
. Medical Health Records (storage only, no staff) )
. Canberra Community Dialysis Centre ) Department of Health
. Radiation Safety Section ) and Community Care
. Medical students and seconded health professionals )
(from Sylvia Curley House)