Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 13 Hansard (19 November) . .
How many times in the 2014-2015 financial year did the Commissioner for Fair Trading notify in writing a person who applied for a working with vulnerable people card of (a) their rights and obligations under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act, (b) the information they could provide in support of their application for a working with vulnerable people card and (c) the risk assessment guidelines referred to in the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act and where to find a copy of those guidelines.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
Access Canberra does not maintain the statistics requested. However:
• Access Canberra includes a 'WWVP Rights and Obligations' fact sheet with each and every registration approval letter.
• At the time of conducting a Risk Assessment, if Access Canberra requires further information to determine the outcome of the Applicant's registration, the applicant is invited to submit further information in accordance with the Risk Assessment Guidelines. Access Canberra's correspondence includes a link to the Risk Assessment Guidelines on the Legislation Register. The Guidelines can be found on the ACT Legislation Register at http://www.legislation.act.gov.au/di/2012-190/current/pdf/2012-190.pdf
(Question No 530)
Ms Lawder asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 28 October 2015:
(1) How much did the upgrade at the Theodore Shops cost broken down by (a) public consultation phase, (b) design, (c) construction, (d) any remedial works or change in design, (e) total cost and (f) if total cost is different from total of (a) to (d) above, what the differences in cost were spent on.
(2) What was the timeframe for each of the phases in part (1)(a) to (d).
(3) What was the original timetable for the upgrade at the Theodore Shops and were there any adjustments to this timetable.
(4) How many submissions did the ACT Government receive in the public consultation phase.
(5) What were the most common suggestions received during the public consultation, including in any public submissions received.
(6) Was the owner of the Theodore shop, a 5 Star Handimarket, advised of the original timetable for the upgrade and also of any delays; if so, how was the owner notified of this.
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