Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2007 Week 9 Hansard (27 September) . . Page.. 2884..
rusted and damaged 44 Gallon drums, paint tins, weathered paper, weathered and damaged books, fridge carcasses, broken and damaged chairs, bald and damaged tyres, broken and damaged wheels, broken and leaking car batteries, weathered and moth eaten clothes, broken and damaged furniture and broken and damaged sink, empty rusted and broken gas cylinders, broken and damaged roller doors and tilt doors, rocks, concrete pieces and pieces of tubing, old and damaged cable reels, cracked fish tank, old and weathered bags and folders, broken and damaged toilets, rusted and damaged tools, weathered and rusted wheelbarrows (some without wheels) broken and rusted bikes and frames, broken and weathered cupboard, parts of engines, old and rusted pieces of washing machines, damaged plastic bread crates, rusted twines of wires, old and rusted lawn mowers with and without engines, weathered and damaged door to cool room, old and damaged air conditioning units, old and damaged fence palings, weathered and damaged pallets, broken and damaged window frames, rusted and damaged car radiators, old and weathered pieces of carpet.
A number of unregistered and un-roadworthy vehicles were removed from the block. All of the vehicles contained significant collections of junk material within them. The total number of vehicles removed was eight this included a van, three trucks and four cars.
(6) Authority officers consulted the Territory Lease file and the Building file.
All structures on the lease for which development and building approval had been sought and granted are recorded on the Territory Lease file and the Building file.
To determine if an approval was in force for any structures on the lease officers consulted both files. None of the structures removed had either development or building approval.
Only structures that fall within the definition of being exempt from development approval and/or building approval are permitted on residential leases. Structures that are not approved, that is all structures that are not recorded in the Territory Lease file or the Building file, are assessed to determine if they meet the exemption criteria set out in Schedule 1 of the Land (Planning and Environment) Regulations 1992. Structures that do not meet the exemption criteria are therefore unlawful.
(Question No 1680)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Education and Training, upon notice, on 30 August 2007:
(1) What is the number of lockdowns that have occurred at ACT government schools for (a) 2007 to date and (b) 2006;
(2) What is the name of each school where a lockdown has occurred in (a) 2007 and (b) 2006 and what was the reason for each lockdown occurring.