Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 3 Hansard (11 March) . . Page.. 1082..
Mrs Dunne: Thank you, Mr Speaker.
Mr Stanhope: Mr Speaker, I ask that further questions be placed on the notice paper.
Supplementary answer to question without notice
Private developments-traffic arrangements
MR CORBELL: Mr Speaker, in question time yesterday Ms Tucker asked me a question about the importance placed on advice regarding roads and traffic from City Management when development decisions are made. In response to Ms Tucker's question, I can advise her and the Assembly that advice from City Management is never ignored by the ACT Planning and Land Authority.
The Territory Plan specifies in part A3 that any comments of a body to which the application has been referred for comment should be carefully considered. To this end, advice from City Management, when provided, is always considered in the development application assessment process.
However, as Ms Tucker and other members would be aware, ACPTLA receives considerable advice from agencies, and from time to time that advice must be balanced against other considerations to make an appropriate decision on a development application to ensure the best outcome for the community.
Mr Stanhope presented the following paper:
Ministerial Travel Report-1 October 2003 to 31 December 2003.
Home detention for sentenced prisoners
Paper and statement by minister
MR STANHOPE (Chief Minister, Attorney-General, Minister for Environment and Minister for Community Affairs): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the following paper:
Rehabilitation of Offenders (Interim) Act 2001, pursuant to section 100-Report on the Review relating to Home Detention for Sentenced Prisoners, prepared by the Home Detention Review Committee, dated March 2004.
I ask for leave to make a statement.
MR STANHOPE: Mr Speaker, I have presented to the Assembly the report on the review of the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Interim) Act 2001 relating to home detention for sentenced prisoners. A home detention review committee was formed with representatives from ACT Corrective Services and Youth Justice Services of the Department of Education, Youth and Family Services. The review committee has