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Department of Land and Property Services assets (at 30 April 2010)

Item

Value

@ 1 July 2009

Depreciable Amount

Depreciation Total

(1 Dec 2009 - 30 April 2010)

Macarthur House Building

12,700,000.00

12,700,000.00

311,274.51

Macarthur House Improvements

5,700,000.00

5,700,000.00

296,875.00

North Building

8,100,000.00

8,100,000.00

281,250.00

Moore Street Building

19,500,000.00

19,500,000.00

280,172.41

Magistrates Court

23,000,000.00

23,000,000.00

252,192.98

Dame Pattie Menzies Building

17,400,000.00

17,400,000.00

190,789.47

Arscott House, Belconnen Student Accommodation

5,400,000.00

5,400,000.00

173,076.92

Callam Offices

12,000,000.00

12,000,000.00

161,290.32

Former Woden Police Station

2,400,000.00

2,400,000.00

125,000.00

Callam Offices (Fire Services)

800,000.00

800,000.00

111,111.11

Government-regulatory impact statements

(Question No 684)

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

(1) How many regulatory impact statements have been prepared by the Minister's department or each agency in their portfolio to date in 2009-10.

(2) How many hours were spent on the preparation of each statement referred to in part (1).

(3) Which areas of the department or each agency were responsible for drafting each statement.

(4) What economic analysis, if any, has been performed by the department or each agency in (a) 2008-09 and (b) 2009-10 to date.

(5) What was the cost of undertaking the analysis referred to in part (4).

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

(1) 8.

(2) This function is a part of core departmental business, and the specific information is not collected separately and is therefore not available.

(3) Office of Industrial Relations.

(4) The Canberra Theatre Feasibility Study ran from June 2008 to April 2009 and was funded to provide cultural, social and economic research into the need for a new lyric theatre that would be able to respond to contemporary and projected theatre programming, festival and community expectations.

(5) The total cost of the Canberra Theatre Feasibility Study was $115,000.


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