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(ii) A comprehensive economic and financial analysis was undertaken for the proposed new ACT Government office building. This took place in 2008-09 and 2009-10. The analysis compared five scenarios ranging from the new building, leasing comparable space from the market, and three business as usual cases. In addition, analysis of available funding options was undertaken.

(5) (i) The direct sale process above is a part of core departmental business, and the specific information is not collected separately and is therefore not available.

(ii) The economic and financial analysis, for the proposed new ACT Government office building, is part of the Start Up Consultancy being managed by Cox Humphries Moss. The total cost of the financial analysis was $195,725 with specific costs as follows:

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(Question No 689)

Mr Seselja asked the Minister for Planning, upon notice, on 18 March 2010:

(1) How much has been spent on advertising to date in 2009-10 for the Minister's department and each agency in their portfolio.

(2) On what campaigns was this money spent

(3) What form of media was employed to undertake this advertising.

(4) Which businesses were employed to undertake, or consult on, each campaign and how many of these are small businesses from the ACT.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question (in relation to the ACT Planning and Land Authority) is as follows:

(1) Total advertising expenditure to 31 March was $269,779.74

(2) Most of ACTPLA's advertising expenditure is on public notices that are a statutory requirement under the Planning and Development Act 2007.

This includes development application notification (including expenditure on signs placed on development sites) and notification of environmental impact statements, proposed road closures and Territory Plan variations.

Some further print advertising is undertaken to inform the community about major planning projects or initiatives.

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