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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 15 Hansard (10 December) . . Page.. 5799..


(2) The policy document is not currently available publicly. The document was first issued by the Department of Urban Services in 2002, and was adopted by the Office of Regulatory Services in late 2006. The document requires amendment to include references to the Office of Regulatory Services and is currently being reviewed. Although, the policy is not currently available publicly, the Office talks applicants through the various requirements according to the location of a proposed area and based on their knowledge of the various locations.

(3) See answer to question (2).

(4) The policy is made under the Roads and Public Places Act 1937.

(5) The Department of Territory and Municipal Services has responsibility for the Roads and Public Places Act 1937. In regard to outdoor cafes, the responsibility was delegated to the Department of Justice and Community Safety and is administered by the Office of Regulatory Services since late September 2006.

(6) One.

(7) There are no relevant database records that contain the information which could provide an average figure. Manually searching for this information would divert significant resources.

The wait time, will depend on a number of factors including whether the proposed area is accessible for inspection and assessment.

(8) There are no database records that contain the information which could provide an average figure. Manually searching for this information would divert significant resources.

(9) There are no relevant database records that contain the information which could provide an average figure. Manually searching for this information would divert significant resources.

Business—outdoor cafe licences

(Question No 421)

Mr Seselja asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 12 November 2009:

(1) How many cafes in (a) the Gungahlin Town Centre, (b) Civic, (c) the Belconnen Town Centre, (d) the Woden Town Centre, (e) the Tuggeranong Town Centre and (f) group centres have a licence to trade in an outdoor area.

(2) What is the average size of each outdoor area used by cafes in (a) the Gungahlin Town Centre, (b) Civic and (c) the Belconnen Town Centre, (d) the Woden Town Centre, (e) the Tuggeranong Town Centre and (f) group centres.

(3) How many cafes have trees in their outdoor area in (a) the Gungahlin Town Centre, (b) Civic and (c) Belconnen Town Centre, (d) the Woden Town Centre, (e) the Tuggeranong Town Centre and (f) group centres.


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