Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 15 Hansard (15 December) . . Page.. 4981..
(4) Will BMAC be forced to move in the foreseeable future and what is the Government doing to ensure there is an appropriate open space for them to still undertake their flying activities.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(2) The CSG green waste disposal centre in Mitchell will have to be closed to facilitate the extension of Wells Station Drive and CSG has been given advance notice of this requirement. The ACT Planning and Land Authority and ACT NoWaste have been working together to identify a suitable new site for continuation of accepting green waste in Mitchell. CSG is aware of this.
(3) The Planning and Land Authority has been involved in assisting BMAC with identifying a suitable new site for their flying activities since 2003.
(4) An area within Mitchell Section 41 has been identified as the new site for BMAC relocation by end of 2005. The licence for the new site was granted on 30th November 2005.
(Question No 742)
Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Urban Services, upon notice, on 15 November 2005:
(1) For the minor new works projects described as (a) Road Safety Improvements and (b) Traffic Management at Schools, listed in the 2004-05 June quarter capital works progress report, have the respective outstanding authorisations of $72 000 and $97 000 been expended on these projects;
(2) If so, when were the remaining funds expended; if not, why not, and when will the remaining funds be expended and these projects completed given their respective completion dates were October 2005 and August 2005;
(3) What road safety improvements have been delivered for the expenditure of funds for "Road Safety Improvements";
(4) Which schools have seen traffic management improvements as a result of expenditure for "Traffic Management at Schools".
Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(2) Road Safety Improvements - $72,000 expended in July 2005.
Traffic Management at Schools - $94,000 expended in July 2005 and $3,000 in October 2005.