Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 7 Hansard (23 June) . . Page.. 2292..
(3) As noted in the Annual Report of 2003-04, types of services provided include: recruitment services, Risk Guide Website, risk advisory services, risk management advice, superannuation review and advice, External Funds Manager, actuarial services, investment advice, Expenditure Review Committee advice, statistical services, banking services, valuation services, counter services, provision of financial advice and projections, collection services, printing, accounting advice, business analysis support, restructure support, payment collection services, printing, management advice and support, grievance investigation, internal audit services, IT hardware and software asset acquisition, IT implementation and maintenance and IT consultancy services. (Further details can be found in the Annual Report).
(Question No 283)
Dr Foskey asked the Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, upon notice, on 10 March 2005, (redirected to the Minister for Planning):
(1) How many multi-unit developments have been approved since 1 July 2004;
(2) How many individual units/apartments/townhouses are in those developments;
(3) How many of these units were (a) public housing, (b) community housing or (c) another form of affordable housing.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
I answered this question in my answer to Question on Notice 284. I have attached a copy of this answer for your information:
(1) There have been 27 Development Applications (DA) for three or more units, approved in the period since 1 July 2004.
(2) The approved DAs relate to 616 units/apartments/townhouses.
(3) The Development Approval Register Tracking System (DARTS) used by the Authority is unable to split the types of units into individual categories such as public, community or affordable housing.
(Question No 329)
Mr Smyth asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 17 March 2005:
What have you done as Health Minister to progress in the ACT the list of recommendations of the Radiation Oncology Jurisdictional Implementation Group which you strongly endorsed in November 2003, namely
(a) the reduction of fragmentation in radiotherapy delivery,