Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002 Week 5 Hansard (9 May) . . Page.. 1430..
MR STANHOPE (continuing):
Annual Reports (Government Agencies) Act-Annual Reports, 2000-2001-
Section 4A, "public authority", dated 9 May 2002.
Section 5, "administrative unit", dated 9 May 2002.
Paragraph 6 (2) (b), dated May 2002.
Paragraph 8 (5) (a), dated May 2002.
Paragraph 8 (5) (b), dated May 2002.
Subsection 7 (2), dated May 2002.
Subsection 8 (2), dated May 2002.
Subsection 8 (6), dated May 2002.
Subsection 11 (1), dated May 2002.
Section 10, dated May 2002
That the Assembly takes note of the papers.
Mr Speaker, the annual reports document that I have just presented is an incredibly good one.
Questions without notice
Section 78, Griffith
MR CORBELL: Mr Speaker, in question time today Ms Tucker asked me a question about the community facility needs assessment. The community facility needs assessment consultants have completed their background research, mapping community facilities in consultation with community peak agencies and government agencies. They are now set to commence the community consultations to start in Gungahlin on 16 May, the inner north on 17 May, the inner south on 20 May, east Belconnen on 22 May and west Belconnen on 24 May.
Inner south consultation will take place from 12 to 2.30 pm at the Wesley Uniting Church in Forrest. The Griffith/Narrabundah Action Group and a range of other individuals and groups, including the local LAPAC, have also been invited. There will also be radio announcements and paper advertisements. Further focus groups are envisaged to follow in these consultations. The study is due to be completed by September, although it is possible that this time frame will be stretched somewhat.
Woden, Weston and Tuggeranong are due to be undertaken next year and PALM will also be updating the ABS demographic analysis of this year's study of central Canberra, Belconnen and Gungahlin, using the 2000 year census next year. The information gathered will provide input to enable the planning process, the spatial plan, as well as the social planning process.