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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 5 Hansard (7 May) . . Page.. 1461..


Thursday, 7 May 2015

MADAM SPEAKER (Mrs Dunne) took the chair at 10 am and asked members to stand in silence and pray or reflect on their responsibilities to the people of the Australian Capital Territory.

Petitions

The following petitions were lodged for presentation, by Mr Rattenbury, from 123 and 1,142 residents respectively:

Planning—Dickson—petition No 4-15

To the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly for the Australian Capital Territory

The following residents of the ACT draw to the attention of the Assembly that immediate action needs to be taken to protect the Dickson shopping centre and Dickson library, together with associated health/postal/banking and other services, and halt all planned development activity in the shopping centre's main car park (block 21 section 30) and the heritage buffer next to it that surrounds block 13—the library.

Your petitioners, therefore, request the Assembly and members of the ACT Public Service's Environment and Planning Directorate and Economic Development Directorate do not approve any new major site works or the sale of further public land until a full and independent impact assessment has been completed and made publicly available.

Planning—Dickson—petition No 5-15

To the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly for the Australian Capital Territory

This petition of ACT residents urges that immediate action be taken to protect the Dickson shopping centre and Dickson library, together with associated health/postal/banking and other services, and halt all planned development activity in the shopping centre's main car park (Block 21 Section 30) and the heritage buffer next to it that surrounds Block 13, the library.

We ask that the Assembly and members of the ACT public service's Environment and Planning Directorate and Economic Development Directorate do not approve any new major site works or the sale of further public land until a full and independent impact assessment has been completed and made publicly available.

The Clerk having announced that the terms of the petition would be recorded in Hansard and copies referred to the appropriate minister for response pursuant to standing order 100, the petitions were received.


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