Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 3 Hansard (22 March) . .
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The South Canberra Veterans Shed (SCVS) met with Minister Gentleman on 8 March 2017, seeking assistance to find land to build or relocate their 'Shed' and obtain temporary storage. They were advised at that time to contact ACT Property Group (ACTPG) to discuss their requirements so that a suitable facility could be identified. That contact has not yet been made nor has the SCVS submitted an application to ACTPG to register on the Accommodation Register. Consequently they have not been notified or shown any suitable properties that may have become available over the past 12 months.
SCVS was also encouraged to contact the Government's Direct Sales Team for information about their eligibility to apply for land that is designated for 'community activity'. As at 5 March 2018 there has not been an application submitted by the group.
The Vietnam Veterans and Veterans Federation ACT Inc in Page is an example of an organisation who obtained their land through the aforementioned process.
(2) - (7) Refer to response (1).
(Question No 954)
Ms Lee asked the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, upon notice, on 23 February 2018:
(1) How many transportable classrooms have been installed at Amaroo School.
(2) How many students can be accommodated in a transportable classroom.
(3) When was the installation of transportable classrooms commissioned.
(4) What is the cost of installing each transportable classroom.
(5) What is the estimated lifespan of a transportable classroom.
(6) What was the criteria for determining a transportable classroom was needed.
(7) What data or information is examined prior to the decision to install transportable classrooms.
Ms Berry: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) There are currently seven transportable buildings at Amaroo School providing 12 learning spaces as follows
a) Two transportable buildings for the preschool providing two learning spaces;
b) Three transportable buildings, each providing two learning spaces for the primary students providing six learning spaces; and
c) Two transportable, each providing two learning spaces for secondary students providing four learning spaces.
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