Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2007 Week 3 Hansard (15 March) . . Page.. 693..
(2) The P&P Service is budgeted for 30.5 staff in 2007, with additional funding for two staff to run the Intensive Intervention Program.
(3) Due to the implementation of a new database, accurate data back to 1995 is not available. The following table outlines how many people the P&P Service supervised under probation, parole, bail and Community Service Orders from 1999 to 2006.
(4) It is not possible to accurately project the number of people that will be supervised in 2007, as this depends on the number of persons that the courts will order be subject to supervision. In 2007 to date, 1207 people have been supervised under probation, parole, bail and Community Service Orders.
(Question No 1517)
Mr Seselja asked the Minister for Planning, upon notice, on 6 March 2007 (redirected to the Chief Minister):
(1) What is the status of the contract awarded to rebuild and increase the Uriarra community;
(2) How many houses will be built;
(3) What action needs to be taken before work can commence.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The Village Building Company was announced as the preferred tenderer for the project to redevelop rural villages in July 2006. Since then complex negotiations have been underway and a draft Deed of Agreement, which includes the detailed planning requirements, is in the process of being completed. All elements of the detailed plans must be agreed before the final Deed of Agreement can be signed.
(2) The village is planned to be up to 100 houses. Since six houses survived the fire, this means 94 houses are planned to be built.
(3) See (1) above. The actions are already well underway.
Legislative Assembly—meeting room costs
(Question No 1526)
Dr Foskey asked the Speaker, upon notice, on 7 March 2007:
(1) What rates (a) is the Speaker and (b) are ACT Ministers charged if they host an event in the Reception or Exhibition Rooms;