Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 3 Hansard (10 March) . .
MR BARR: It is an interesting question. I am not certain of the soil composition on that particular site. That would of course be part of any assessment process for housing in such a location.
MADAM SPEAKER: A supplementary question, Ms Lawder.
MS LAWDER: Chief Minister, how will building a new public housing development in east Greenway, where there are no local shops and inconvenient public transport, enable public housing tenants to access local services and actively participate in their community?
MR BARR: The proximity of east Greenway to the future Southquay development as well as the existing Tuggeranong town centre makes it a desirable location.
MADAM SPEAKER: A supplementary question, Mr Smyth.
MR SMYTH: Chief Minister, what has been the public housing renewal task force response to the public feedback received about this development?
MR BARR: They have actively considered the range of representations and views on the specific issue, commissioned further studies and made alterations.
MADAM SPEAKER: Supplementary question, Mr Smyth.
MR SMYTH: Chief Minister, what will be the percentage of public housing in east Greenway—that is east Greenway alone—when this proposal for 26 new public housing dwellings is included?
MR BARR: Broadly consistent with overall public housing densities around various suburbs in the ACT.
Federal government—spending cuts
MR HINDER: My question is to the Chief Minister. What effects are the massive cuts imposed by Tony Abbott and Joe Hockey in 2014 having on Australia's—
MADAM SPEAKER: Sit down, Mr Hinder. Yesterday, Mr Hinder, we spoke about the way in which you refer to members in this place and in other places. Can I ask you to rephrase the question in accordance with the standing orders?
MR HINDER: Thank you, Madam Speaker. Chief Minister, what effects are the massive cuts imposed by the federal Liberal government in 2014 having on Australia's health and education systems?
MADAM SPEAKER: Could you read the question again for me, please. Can you read the question as you read it before, Mr Hinder?
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