Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002 Week 9 Hansard (21 August) . . Page.. 2698..
MR QUINLAN (continuing):
development in consultation with a range of interested participants. That is called consultation.
A series of advertisements in the local press and information on the government's key websites have publicised the ACT government's insurance hotline. Legislative Assembly members have been previously informed of the positive response of some of the calls to that hotline.
I table that answer for the benefit of members and in the hope that we will not play any more petty politics with insurance. I present the following paper:
Voluntary park care groups-Insurance coverage-Copy of further answer to question without notice asked of Mr Wood (Minister for Urban Services) by Ms Tucker and taken on notice on 21 August 2002.
Mr Stanhope presented the following paper:
Hepatitis C-Lookback program and financial assistance scheme-Reports for the quarters ending 31 March 2002 and 30 June 2002.
Land (Planning and Environment) Act-leases
Paper and statement by minister
MR CORBELL (Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, Minister for Planning and Minister for Industrial Relations): For the information of members, I present the following paper:
Land (Planning and Environment) Act, pursuant to section 216A-Schedules-Leases granted, together with lease variations and change of use charges for the period 1 April 2002 to 30 June 2002.
I ask for leave to make a statement.
MR CORBELL: Section 216A of the Land (Planning and Environment) Act 1991 specifies that a statement be tabled in the Legislative Assembly outlining details of leases granted by direct grant, leases granted to community organisations, leases granted for less than market value and leases granted over public land. The schedule I have now tabled covers leases granted for the period 1 April 2002 to 30 June 2002. I have also tabling two other schedules relating to variations approved and change of use charge collected for the same period.
In September 1997 Mr Humphries, as the then Minister for the Environment, Land and Planning, tabled a disallowable instrument, No 228 of 1997, for the direct grant of land for any or all of commercial, residential, industrial and tourism purposes. In the tabling statement Mr Humphries indicated that a copy of the lease and a statement setting out why the lease was granted would be tabled in the Assembly.