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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 15 Hansard (10 December) . . Page.. 5802..

(3) The periods for the eleven approved permits ranged from 8 days to 78 days, with an average of 38 days.

The application taking 78 days was complex as the area was large and contained a number of trees and a number of fixed tables that do not conform to the policy. The area also had the potential to limit access to other businesses and pedestrians. The area had also been the subject of a prior AAT decision which required consideration.

(4) The areas allocated for the 11 approved permits ranged in size from 12.7 square metres to 176.3 square metres, with an average of 45.7 square metres.

(5) Outdoor cafe permits were applied for in the following Divisions:

� City = 6

� Gungahlin = 2

� Manuka = 2 (One not resolved)

� Kingston = 1

� Fyshwick = 1

Education—schools—Urambi primary

(Question No 424)

Mr Doszpot asked the Minister for Education and Training, upon notice, on 17 November 2009:

What (a) ACT and (b) Federal Government funding for specific grants, and for what specific purpose, has been received by Urambi Primary School during the (i) 2006, (ii) 2007, (iii) 2008, (iv) 2009 to date school years.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

Urambi Primary School did not receive funding for specific grants from the ACT or Federal Governments during 2006 or 2007. In 2008, the school received an Australian Government grant of $40 909 from the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts for the installation of water tanks.

In 2009, Urambi Primary School was granted $2 million under the Building the Education Revolution (BER) as part of the Primary Schools for the 21st Century (P21) Program. The funding has been transferred to the new Tuggeranong P-10 School. It will be used for a model environmental centre at the new school.

World Teacher's Day 2009

(Question No 425)

Mr Doszpot asked the Minister for Education and Training, upon notice, on 17 November 2009:

What was the total cost by publication, of the print advertising campaign that accompanied World Teacher's Day 2009.

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