Legislative Assembly for the ACT: Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 5 Hansard (10 May) . . Page.. 1908 ..
(e) Financial year in which the dispute was resolved Q1. 2016-17.
Q. 2, 3 and 4 - Unresolved. (f) Resolution or outcome of the dispute Question 1: The independent evaluator found against the LDA in assessment of whether improvements were on the specified blocks of land as at 1 July 2000 for the purposes of Item 4 of the table in s75-10(3) of the GST Act. This resulted in $0.7m payable to the ATO.
Question 2-3: The ATO sought to change the wording of these questions. As a result these did not form part of the questions put to the independent evaluator. These questions are now planned to be addressed through a request for a private binding ruling (PBR) to the ATO and therefore are no longer in dispute as part of this ADR.
Question 4: This question was a flow-on from the outcome of Question 2-3. Given these questions did not form part of the ADR, this question was not addressed. This matter will form part of a PBR request to the ATO. (g) Value of any payment or money returned to the ATO or ACT Government $0.7m was paid to the ATO.
Government—taxes and charges (Question No 1102)
Mr Coe asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 23 March 2018:
(1) Can the Treasurer provide a breakdown of the total revenue collected through the ACT Revenue Office for each financial year since 2007-08 inclusive to date by (a) rates charges, (b) land tax charges, (c) rates penalties, (d) land tax penalties, (e) rates interest and (f) land tax interest.
(2) Can the Treasurer provide a breakdown of the (a) total number of properties and (b) type of properties for each financial year since 2007-08 inclusive to date that accrued (i) rates penalties, (ii) land tax penalties, (iii) rates interest and (iv) land tax interest.
(3) What is the current total value of outstanding payments in relation to (a) rates charges, (b) land tax charges, (c) rates penalties, (d) land tax penalties, (e) rates interest and (f) land tax interest.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Number of rateable properties and revenue collected from rates and land tax, including penalty tax and interest
2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Number of rateable properties Residential 126,818 128,658 129,286 133,370 136,813 Commercial 5,112 5,252 5,391 5,587 5,697