Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 3 Hansard (20 March) . .
99A. The petition requested the Assembly to retain existing green space in Hughes, Deakin and Garran and to design an integrated plan for the Red Hill natural environment, raising concerns about the potential for inappropriate development in the area.
The committee notes that the minister's response to the petition under standing order 100, refers to a resolution passed by the Assembly on 25 October 2017 which halts Territory Plan variations adjoining the Red Hill nature reserve until an integrated plan has been prepared for the nature reserve and surrounding areas.
The minister indicated that he has requested the Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate to prepare an integrated plan that addresses the Assembly resolution and considers the cumulative effects of development in the area. He also indicated that community groups, environmental groups, key stakeholders and the general public will be consulted as part of this process.
Following consideration of the petition and the minister's response, the committee has determined that it will not be holding an inquiry into the matter at this time
Public Accounts—Standing Committee
Statement by deputy chair
MR PETTERSSON (Yerrabi) (12.14): Pursuant to standing order 246A, I wish to make a statement on behalf of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts relating to certain Auditor-General's reports.
At its private meeting of 28 February 2018, the Standing Committee on Public Accounts resolved:
• to inquire further into Auditor-General's Report No. 3 of 2018, Tender for the sale of block 30 (formerly block 20) Section 34 Dickson.
It also resolved:
• that it would note, and not inquire further into, Auditor-General's Report No. 8 of 2017, Select ACT Government agencies' management of public art;
• that it would note, and not inquire further into, Auditor-General's Report No. 7 of 2017, Public Housing Renewal Program;
• that it would note, and not inquire further into Auditor-General's Report No. 6 of 2017, Mental Health Services - Transition from Acute Care;
• that it would note, and not inquire further into, Auditor-General's Report No. 5 of 2017, Maintenance of Selected Road Infrastructure Assets;
• that it would note, and not inquire further into, Auditor-General's Report No. 4 of 2017, Performance information in ACT public schools; and
• that it would note, and not inquire further into, Auditor-General's Report No. 9 of 2016, Commissioner for International Engagement - position creation and appointment process.
In relation to Auditor-General's report No 3 of 2017, 2015-16 Financial Audits—Computer Information Systems, the committee noted that it had previously resolved to
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