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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 9 Hansard (18 September) . .

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Capital Metro Agency—pop-up information centre (Question No 317)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Capital Metro, upon notice, on 14 August 2014:

(1) What was the total cost of (a) establishing, (b) staffing, (c) maintaining and (d) occupying the Capital Metro pop-up information centre located at 2 Mort Street in the City Walk Arcade.

(2) In relation to the information centre, what was the total cost of (a) renting the room, (b) purchasing and installing the carpet for the room, (c) purchasing, applying and removing the stickers for the glass windows, (d) purchasing and installing the billboard entitled A day in the life of Capital Metro on the back wall of the information centre, (e) purchasing and installing the large orange sign outside the information centre which promoted the information centre (which was affixed to the pole which read City Walk Centre), (f) purchasing and installing the large red sign inside the information centre which promoted the Capital Metro colouring competition, (g) purchasing the white table and two chairs used to facilitate the Capital Metro colouring competition, (h) purchasing any pencils, crayons and pens used for the Capital Metro colouring competition, (i) purchasing the orange feedback box which was located inside the information centre, (j) purchasing the black cabinet which was located inside the information centre, (k) purchasing the black podium which was located inside the information centre, (l) purchasing the two black stools which were located inside the information centre, (m) purchasing, installing and maintaining the Ipad inside the information centre and (n) purchasing, installing and maintaining the television located inside the information centre.

(3) From what dates was the information centre rented to the ACT Government or Capital Metro Agency.

(4) What quantities were purchased of the items referred to in parts (2)(d), (2)(e), (2)(f) and (2)(i).

Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1)

(a) $29,848.63 GST exclusive.

(b) A member of the Capital Metro Agency Communications and Stakeholder Engagement team was in attendance at the information centre at all times. This was a business as usual arrangement, done in half day shifts. A junior officer, via a recruitment agency was engaged for the final three weeks of the six week consultation session for a total charge of $5,771.93.

(c) There was no maintenance fee associated with the pop up shop.

(d) The pop up shop was provided rent free.

(2)

(a) Free of charge.

(b) The design, print, purchase and installation of the vinyl (not carpet) flooring for the information centre space totalled $1,442.25.


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