Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2007 Week 7 Hansard (23 August) . . Page.. 2138..
been transferred to the Department of Territory and Municipal Services (TAMS). All the tenancy arrangements were due to expire over the course of 2007, but the Government has offered and had accepted the opportunity for each organisation to continue its tenancy arrangement until the future use of their sites is known.
(3) The Government announced that Rivett and Mt Neighbour, Kambah will be sold following community consultation. Accordingly, TAMS is working with Noah's Ark and the Warehouse Circus to relocate them from Rivett to one of the other closed schools. The Warehouse Circus is likely to move to Melrose by August, while Noah's Ark is still considering its position.
(4) From 22 December 2006 till 31 May 2007, the following amounts had been spent on the maintenance:
(a) Rivett Primary School - $21,717.52;
(b) Mount Neighbour Primary School - $18,954.10.
(Question No 1619)
Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 5 June 2007 (redirected to the Minister for Health):
(1) How much revenue has been collected from pay parking since its introduction at (a) The Canberra Hospital and (b) Calvary Hospital;
(2) What was the total cost of the implementation of pay parking, inclusive of initial consultancy reports at (a) The Canberra Hospital and (b) Calvary Hospital;
(3) What contracts are currently in place to manage and maintain the parking systems at (a) The Canberra Hospital and (b) Calvary Hospital;
(4) What is the value and duration of the contracts outlined in part (3).
Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Revenue collected from pay parking to the end of June 2007 is $1.207m. (a) The Canberra Hospital $0.816m and (b) Calvary Hospital $0.391m.
(2) Total cost of implementing pay parking, inclusive of consultancy reports was $1.282m. (a) The Canberra Hospital $0.920m and (b) Calvary Hospital $0.362m. In addition to the costs of implementation for pay parking, $463k was spent across both campuses for overall parking management and maintenance of pay parking facilities.
(3) There are currently no contracts in place for the management of pay parking at Calvary and The Canberra Hospital. All contracts ceased on 11 June 2007.
(4) There are currently no contracts in place.