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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 14 Hansard (8 December) . . Page.. 6090..


In Woden, there are around 3,400 surface car parking spaces, of which around 400 are privately owned but with public access. These figures do not include the Westfield retail centre parking spaces. In Tuggeranong, there are around 800 publicly provided car parking spaces in the town centre, with a further 700 provided by the private sector for public use. These figures exclude the parking spaces provided by the Tuggeranong Hyperdome. There are around 1500 off-street surface parking spaces provided in Gungahlin Town Centre, of which about 850 are provided by the Territory, with the balance provided by private lessees. Of the publicly provided spaces, about 400 are formed, with the balance informal spaces on unleased land.

(2) In terms of utilisation, a parking survey of the City and town centres was undertaken. The approximate utilisation figures for each of the major centres are as follows: City 74% Belconnen 70% Woden 87% Tuggeranong 58% Gungahlin 41%

Note: These figures include both publicly provided and private for public car parking spaces.

(3) Parking spaces are generally provided by developers of sites and as part of the road network in residential, commercial and industrial developments by the development industry. The only new parking spaces which the Territory has constructed in recent years are those on and near the Acton futsal slab, west of Commonwealth Avenue in the City. The average cost per space was around $4,000, but this included the construction of a new section of road (Corkhill Street). The estimated cost of surface parking spaces is in the order of $2,500 to $3,500, depending on site conditions.

Arts—community arts officers (Question No 1933)

Ms Bresnan asked the Minister for the Arts, upon notice, on 17 November 2011:

(1) Will the existing community arts officers' roles be redefined as generalist arts officers; if so, (a) what will be the role of these new positions and (b) when will this change occur.

(2) When will community arts officers be relocated to Belconnen and Tuggeranong.

(3) What is the management strategy for this transition.

(4) Will there be a Government officer dedicated to managing this transition.

(5) Do any of the current community arts officers represent the ACT on any arts boards; if so, what are these positions.

(6) Will generalising the positions mean that the officer will no longer have a position on these boards; if so, which positions will be affected.

(7)


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