Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 6 Hansard (11 May) . . Page.. 2188..
(3) Has the ACT Planning and Land Authority looked at cost implications of doing the ratings themselves, for example, it may be several hundred dollars with second generation.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Training is provided by the software developers and/or registered training organisations.
(2) Ratings at design stage are valid only for the purposes of satisfying building legislation. Mandatory disclosure validity provisions have not altered.
The Commonwealth Government oversees the development of protocols for, and testing of, energy efficiency rating software.
Housing ACT—rental arrears
(Question No 98)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Disability and Housing, upon notice, on 26 February 2009:
In relation to arrears by public housing tenants, how many households are in arrears for (a) up to one month, (b) up to two months, (c) up to three months and (d) three months or more and what is the amount outstanding for each category.
Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
At 4 March 2009 - Debt (excluding Currong Apartments)
0 to 4 weeks
5 to 8 weeks
9 to 12 weeks
Over 12 weeks
(Question No 108)
Mrs Dunne asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 24 March 2009:
(1) What is ACTEW's policy in relation to eligibility for economy, business and first class travel.
(2) Further to the reply to question on notice No 71, in which it was stated that 2% of ACTEW's travel during 2007-08 was first class, (a) who travelled first class, (b) what was the full trip itinerary, including trip purpose, (c) who authorised first class travel and (d) is first class travel outside ACTEW's travel policy; if so, why was first class travel authorised.