Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 7 Hansard (1 July) . . Page.. 3150..
MR WOOD (Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, Minister for Urban Services, Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Minister for Arts and heritage, and Acting Minister for Health) (3.32): Okay, I will close the debate. In discussions with the department I understood that it was the intention to do that before I tabled that document.
Question resolved in the affirmative.
Mr Wood presented the following papers:
Subordinate legislation (including explanatory statements unless otherwise stated)
Legislation Act, pursuant to section 64-
Australian Crime Commission (ACT) Act-Australian Crime Commission (ACT) Regulations 2004-Subordinate Law SL2004-21 (LR, 22 June 2004).
Gene Technology Act-Gene Technology Regulations 2004-Subordinate Law SL2004-17 (LR, 4 June 2004).
Magistrates Court Act-Magistrates Court (Dangerous Substances Infringement Notices) Regulations 2004-Subordinate Law SL2004-18 (LR, 4 June 2004).
Road Transport (General) Act-Road Transport (Offences) Amendment Regulations 2004 (No 1)-Subordinate Law SL2004-20 (LR, 17 June 2004).
Territory plan-variation 224
Papers and statement by minister
MR QUINLAN (Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development, Business and Tourism, Minister for Sport, Racing and Gaming, and Acting Minister for Planning): For the information of members I present the following papers:
Land (Planning and Environment) Act, pursuant to section 29-Approval of Variation No. 224 to the Territory Plan-Block 1, Section 54 Lyneham (Australian Capital Motor Inn)-Proposed residential use, dated 8 June 2004, together with background papers, a copy of the summaries and reports, and a copy of any direction or report required.
I seek leave to make a statement in relation to this paper.
MR QUINLAN: Draft variation 224 proposes to amend the territorial plan map by replacing the current entertainment accommodation and leisure land use policy with the residential land use policy and a B12 area specific policy overlay.
The variation was released to public comment on 30 January 2004 with comments closing on 12 March 2004. One written submission was received during that period. The issues raised in this submission were addressed in the report on consultation with the public and government agencies. No revisions were made to the variation as a result of the consultation process.