Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 4 Hansard (5 April) . .
For the applicable reporting period—1 January 2015 to 31 December 2015—the committee considered a total of 25 appointments or reappointments to six statutory agencies. In accordance with continuing resolution 5A, on behalf of the Standing Committee on Education, Training and Youth Affairs I table the following paper:
Schedule of Statutory Appointments—8th Assembly—Period 1 January to 31 December 2015.
The committee notes that it had no specific comment to make on any proposed appointments during this period, and notes all correspondence and associated materials provided to the committee complied with the terms of the continuing resolution in providing full details relevant to proposed appointments, including appropriate CV, remuneration, details of legislative requirements and terms of appointments.
Standing and temporary orders—suspension
Motion (by Mr Rattenbury) agreed to, with the concurrence of an absolute majority:
That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent order of the day No. 1, Assembly business—Proposed rejection of Variation No. 334 to the Territory Plan—Red Hill Housing Precinct, being called on and debated forthwith.
Planning and Development Act 2007—variation No 334 to the territory plan
Motion to reject
Debate resumed from 10 March 2016, on motion by Mr Coe:
That this Assembly, in accordance with subsection 80(2) of the Planning and Development Act 2007, rejects Variation No. 334 to the Territory Plan—ACT Public Housing Redevelopments—Red Hill section 25 block 1, section 26 block 1, section 29 blocks 26 to 34, section 31 blocks 1 to 15 and block 49 and section 32 blocks 51 to 55 Red Hill Housing Precinct.
MR RATTENBURY (Molonglo) (10.06): Some weeks ago I moved to adjourn debate on Mr Coe's disallowance motion in relation to the variation to the territory plan No 334 on the ACT public housing redevelopments in Red Hill. I did this because I had been approached by some residents of Red Hill who were concerned about elements of the proposal and their potential impacts on the character of the suburb with the redevelopment of public housing near the Red Hill shops. I have to say that I have also received constituent feedback from others in the Red Hill community that are very keen for redevelopment to proceed, and so it has been a very interesting public discussion. Certainly, planning in established areas always triggers a range of opinions right across the spectrum.
In light of the issues that have been raised I have met with some of the Red Hill residents, including the chair of the Red Hill Residents Group, and I have walked
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