Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 9 Hansard (20 August) . . Page.. 3505..
14. Progress payments have been made to the design consultants for Precinct 3: Eastern Valley Way Inlet and Precinct 1: Emu Inlet as follows:
Precinct 3 (Project stage 3): Eastern Valley Way Inlet - $25,850 has been claimed to the end of May 2009 on a consultant contract of $79,860.
Precinct 1: (Project stage 2): Emu Inlet - $264,442 has been claimed to the end of May 2009 on a consultant contract of $596,006.
15. See 11.
16. Extensive public consultation conducted over a six month period informed the Belconnen Lakeshore Refurbishment Preliminary Sketch Plan Report (master plan). The consultations were conducted in 2002 by the Institute for Regional Community Development, University of Canberra.
Organisations that represent youth were consulted in relation to improvements for the Belconnen skate park and immediate surrounds in Precinct 3: Eastern Valley Way Inlet.
Parks, Conservation and Lands (PCL) updated the Belconnen Community Council (BCC) about the Belconnen Lakeshore Refurbishment and the imminent upgrade of Precinct 1: Emu Inlet on 20 March 2007. Subsequently BCC involvement was invited at commencement of the FSP stage of the project. The BCC asked to look at the final plans once these were complete. A presentation of the FSP was offered to the BCC in July 2008. The offer was accepted in mid October 2008.
The DA to upgrade Precinct 1: Emu Inlet was publicly notified. The Concept Plan, FSP plans and FSP report were available to the public on the ACTPLA website.
The public notification period for the works proposed for Precinct 3: Eastern Valley Way is imminent.
The Precinct 1: Emu Inlet upgrade has received public exposure in the Canberra Times; The Chronicle and City News. Plans and articles have been published from April to May 2009.
17. This question is answered by the answer to Question 16.
Canberra Hospital—length of stay
(Question No 229)
Mr Doszpot asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 23 June 2009:
(1) What is the average length of stay for patients admitted to the rehabilitation unit of The Canberra Hospital (TCH).
(2) How many days is recorded as the (a) shortest and (b) longest length of stay for a patient in the rehabilitation unit at TCH and when did these occur.