Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 10 Hansard (15 September) . .
Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act—Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Amendment Regulation 2015 (No 1)—Subordinate Law SL2015-29 (LR, 28 August 2015).
Taxation Administration Act—
Taxation Administration (Amounts Payable—Over 60s Home Bonus Scheme) Determination 2015 (No 3)—Disallowable Instrument DI2015-226 (LR, 13 August 2015).
Taxation Administration (Amounts Payable—Pensioner Duty Concession Scheme) Determination 2015 (No 3)—Disallowable Instrument DI2015-230 (LR, 13 August 2015).
Territory Superannuation Provision Protection Act—Superannuation Management Guidelines 2015—Disallowable Instrument DI2015-239 (LR, 24 August 2015).
University of Canberra Act—
University of Canberra (Academic Progress) Statute 2015—Disallowable Instrument DI2015-261 (LR, 14 September 2015).
University of Canberra (Liquor) Statute 2015—Disallowable Instrument DI2015-259 (LR, 14 September 2015).
University of Canberra (Obligations) Statute 2015—Disallowable Instrument DI2015-260 (LR, 14 September 2015).
University of Canberra (Parking and Traffic) Statute 2015—Disallowable Instrument DI2015-262 (LR, 14 September 2015).
University of Canberra (Student Conduct) Statute 2015—Disallowable Instrument DI2015-258 (LR, 14 September 2015).
Discussion of matter of public importance
MADAM ASSISTANT SPEAKER (Ms Lawder): Madam Speaker has received letters from Dr Bourke, Mr Coe, Mr Doszpot, Ms Fitzharris, Mr Hanson, Ms Lawder, Ms Porter, Mr Smyth and Mr Wall proposing that matters of public importance be submitted to the Assembly. In accordance with standing order 79, the Speaker has determined that the matter proposed by Mr Coe be submitted to the Assembly, namely:
The importance of urban renewal in Civic and the town centres
MR COE (Ginninderra) (3.44): I am delighted to speak about this very important matter of public importance with regard to urban renewal in Civic and the town centres. Canberra, of course, was designed and based around the town centres and the city rather than many other places which simply permeate from the city centre. The town centre model was designed to allow residents to access everything they regularly need in their local community. Placing employment, shopping and recreation facilities at the town centres ensures that Canberrans do not need to travel across the territory to access their basic services.
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