Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 12 Hansard (28 October) . . Page.. 5367..
(4) Will the $645 000 rollover for the young persons' facility in the 2010-2011 budget be further rolled over to the 2011-2012 budget.
Ms Gallagher: I am advised that the answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Once ACT Health has received advice from the Government Solicitor's Office in relation to the operation of the facility in the context of the Children's and Young Person's Act, the model of care will be able to be finalised. Once finalised, the model of care will be publicly released. I have been advised that hopefully this will be within the next month.
(2) The next stage of consultation will be on the design options for the facility. This will commence once the model of care is finalised.
(3) The design options study will be completed by December 2010. Principal consultants will then be engaged to develop detailed designs. A business case seeking funding for construction will be submitted for consideration by Government.
(4) It is anticipated that the funding will be fully expended in this financial year.
Housing ACT—tenants (Question No 1190)
Ms Bresnan asked the Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, upon notice, on 22 September 2010:
(1) What is the largest cohort of lifetime Housing ACT tenants to whom dwellings are rented, that is, single males, single females, couples, with or without children.
(2) How many Housing ACT dwellings are rented to single mothers and single women.
(3) What percentage of Housing ACT dwellings are rented to single mothers and single women
(4) How many single mothers and single women live in stand alone Housing ACT dwellings and how many live in dwellings that are not standalone, for example, units, flats or apartments.
(5) How many people in the last 10 years have purchased a Housing ACT property through the Sale to Tenant and Shared Equity Schemes and how many of those people were single mothers and single women.
(6) How many single mothers and single women currently rent Housing ACT dwellings that are not standalone and which the ACT Government does not intend to make available through its Sale to Tenant and Shared Equity Schemes.
(7) Where a Housing ACT dwelling is not available for the Sale to Tenant and Shared Equity Schemes, can the Government make other Housing ACT properties available to the tenants for these Schemes; if not, why not.
Ms Burch: The answer to the member's question is as follows: