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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 14 Hansard (6 December) . . Page.. 5663..


Climate Change, Environment and Water—Standing Committee

Reporting date

MS HUNTER (Ginninderra—Parliamentary Leader, ACT Greens): Pursuant to standing order 246A, I wish to make a statement on behalf of the Standing Committee on Climate Change, Environment and Water. I wish to add to my previous statement that the Standing Committee on Climate Change, Environment and Water was inquiring into and reporting on the ecological carrying capacity of the ACT and region. The committee expects to report to the Legislative Assembly in early 2012.

Justice and Community Safety—Standing Committee

Reporting date

Motion (by Mrs Dunne), by leave, agreed to:

That the resolution of the Assembly of 28 October 2010 concerning the inquiry into the form and operation of the Prostitution Act 1992 by the Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety, be amended by omitting the words "by the end of 2011"and substituting "by the end of February 2012".

Committees

Membership

Motion (by Mr Corbell) agreed to, pursuant to standing order 223:

Dr Bourke be discharged from the Standing Committee on Education, Training and Youth Affairs and Ms Porter be appointed in his place.

Dr Bourke be discharged from the Standing Committee on Health, Community and Social Services and Mr Hargreaves be appointed in his place.

Dr Bourke be discharged from the Select Committee on ACT Supermarket Competition Policy and Mr Hargreaves be appointed in his place.

Government office building

Statement by minister

MR BARR (Molonglo—Deputy Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development and Minister for Tourism, Sport and Recreation) (10.46), by leave: On 24 August a motion was passed in this place about the government's office accommodation strategy and future office buildings in Gungahlin and Civic. The motion called on the government to ensure that feasibility studies and market testing for the government office accommodation in Gungahlin and Civic included examination of adaptive reuse of existing office buildings and consideration of the options for an ACT government office precinct, as opposed to just a single building model, to ensure that the whole of life cycle analysis of environmental impact is considered and to finalise the government office accommodation strategy.


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