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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 5 Hansard (3 May) . . Page.. 1530..


BRL Hardy Ltd

(Question No 347)

Mr Stanhope asked the Minister for Business, Tourism and the Arts, upon notice, on 27 March 2001:

1) What was the value of the waiver of stamp duty on the lease granted to BRL Hardy Limited over the Kamberra Tourist Centre.

2) What is the second stage of the project.

3) Did the Government grant BRL Hardy Limited the land being used for a vineyard at Holt.

4) If so, what was (a) the value of that land and (b) other benefits related to that transaction given to BRL Hardy.

5) What are the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) industry multipliers used to calculate the ratio of direct to indirect benefits of BRL Hardy's investments in the ACT and can the multipliers be provided.

6) What is the ACT Input/Output Economic Model used in this project and can the details of this model be provided.

Mr Smyth: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

1) What was the value of the waiver of stamp duty on the lease granted to BRL Hardy Limited over the Kamberra Tourist Centre.

The value of the waiver under section 65(1)(a) of the Financial Management Act 1996 in relation to the stamp duty for BRL Hardy Limited acquisition of the Crown Lease over block 18 Section 71 Lyneham was $56,025.

2) What is the second stage of the project.

Stage two of the development involves increasing the size of the complex and it's crushing capacity to cater for an expected increase in the tonnage of grapes to be processed. These grapes are sourced from related vineyards and third party contract vineyards and significant crop growth is anticipated.

3) Did the Government grant BRL Hardy Limited the land being used for a vineyard at Holt.

No

4) If so, what was (a) the value of that land and (b) other benefits related to that transaction given to BRL Hardy.

NA

5) What are the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) industry multipliers used to calculate the ratio of direct to indirect benefits of BRL Hardy's investments in the ACT and can the multipliers be provided.


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