Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 2 Hansard (23 February) . . Page.. 821..
(6) Consistent with the 27 October resolution of the Assembly, work on the Fitters' Workshop site has ceased. However, the Government is awaiting approval of a Contamination Management Plan for the site and will undertake all necessary work to remediate the site when that information becomes available.
(7) The ACT Government is supporting Megalo Print Studios to secure an extension to its current lease with the managers of the Canberra Technology Park.
(11) Future public artworks will be rolled out through the Territory and Municipal Services Directorate shopping centre upgrades and the Scullin Shops upgrade was announced Tuesday, 17January 2012. There are ongoing negotiations with Diplomatic Missions from the Latin American sector with regard to Latin American Plaza with two Embassies discussing installing public artworks in the Plaza following the successful launch of Fenix 2 by the Chilean Embassy in 2011. The Australian Business and the Arts Foundation have commenced discussions with Canberra CBD, local architects and property developers to extend their commitment to the installation of public art through Protocols for Public Art developed by artsACT. The recent installation of public art gifted to the Territory by The Village Building Company, Brindabella Soccer Players (artist Bev Hogg) in Macgregor joins works recently gifted to the Territory by Leighton Holdings, untitled (artist Jean Pierre Rives) and the permanent loan from Consolidated Builders of Resilience (artist Ante Dabros). The Government will continue to work with the Australian National University and the Molonglo Group in providing support to the ACT Public Art Trail, a walking tour of public art in Civic.
Taxation—payroll (Question No 1945)
Mr Seselja asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 7 December 2011:
(1) What was the monthly breakdown of payroll tax collected by the Revenue Office for the (a) 2009-10 and (b) 2010-11 financial year.
(2) What portion of revenue is from the retail sector for each month listed in part (1).
(3) How many retail business paid payroll tax in (a) 2009-10 and (b) 2010-11.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The amount of payroll tax revenue recognised each month is as follows:
Month 2009-10 2010-11 July 22,614,000 22,863,000 August 32,354,000 27,455,000 September 17,865,000 23,681,000