Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 1 Hansard (17 February) . . Page.. 367..
(1) The ACT Gambling and Racing Commission paid $1,474 in Fringe Benefits Tax for 2009-10 for car parking for employees.
(2) The amount referred to in part (1) applies to one car park for one employee.
Government—employee car parking (Question No 1284)
Mr Seselja asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 7 December 2010:
(1) How much Fringe Benefits Tax is paid annually by each department or agency in the Minister's portfolio for car parking for employees.
(2) How many (a) car parks and (b) employees does the amount referred to in part (1) apply to.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) According to information held by Shared Services, the Department of Territory and Municipal Services' Fringe Benefits Tax for car parking for employees in 2009-10 was calculated at $7,063.37.*
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* Please note that the figures quoted above are for all staff in the Department of Territory and Municipal Services, including those in Sport and Recreation Services and in Transport and Infrastructure.
Finance—capital budget initiatives (Question No 1285)
Mr Seselja asked the Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Water, upon notice, on 7 December 2010:
For each of the capital budget initiatives published in the 2010-11 Budget for the Department of the Environment, Climate Change, Energy and Water, (a) how is the initiative progressing to date, (b) what are the key milestones for each initiative, (c) have all milestones up to this point been met on time; if not, what is the reason for each delay, (d) how many staff have been employed to date in order to implement each initiative, (e) what contractors will be engaged and how is the engagement of contractors progressing, (f) which contractors have been engaged to date and (g) if the initiative is a feasibility study, when will the study be complete and will it be publicly released.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows: