Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 2 Hansard (14 February) . .
• Material and supply costs
• Technical costs
• Consultant costs
• Consultation, communication and meeting costs, and
• Landscaping costs.
Considerable resources are required to obtain a costing breakup for the above information for all capital works projects in the 2012-13 program.
Information on Government contractors is included in the 2011-12 annual report Volume 1 pages 267 - 275.
Note: Roads are also constructed by the Economic Development Directorate. These projects are not included in the above TAMS figures.
(Part 2) The estimated expenditure on road maintenance in 2012-13 is broken up as follows:
(a) 7 % - administration and overheads; and
(b) 71% - external contractors.
The remaining 22% of estimated expenditure relates to Road Maintenance Services (internal staff) performing maintenance work.
Trees—removal (Question No 49)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 29 November 2012:
(1) How many hazardous trees have been identified for maintenance and/or pruning in the 2012-13 financial year to date, by suburb location.
(2) What is the average waiting time for trees referred to in part (1) to be maintained and/or pruned.
(3) How many contractors are involved in maintaining and pruning the trees referred to in part (1).
(4) What was the total cost of the maintenance referred to in part (1).
(5) How many dead, hazardous or trees identified as in irreversible decline have been removed on each day between 1 April 2012 to date.
(6) How many contractors were involved in the removal of the trees referred to in part (5).
(7) What was the total cost of the removal of trees referred to in part (5).
(8) How many of the trees referred to in part (5) have (a) been replaced or (b) will be replaced.