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(2) The percentage of CCMIL for the 2017-18 financial year has been raised as follows:

a. 84.61 percent in the City Centre

b. 15.39 percent in Braddon

c. There are no properties liable for the CCMIL in Turner.

(3) In the 2017-18 financial year the following leased properties are in Area 1:

a. 257 properties in Area 1 in the City Centre

b. 0 properties in Area 1 in Braddon

c. There are no properties liable for the CCMIL in Turner.

(4) In the 2017-18 financial year the following leased properties are in Area 2:

a. 101 properties in Area 2 in the City Centre

b. 245 properties in Area 2 in Braddon

c. There are no properties liable for the CCMIL in Turner.

(5) Currently there are 115 leases with overdue CCMIL charges.

(6) Currently there is an amount of $131,104.85 outstanding for overdue CCMIL charges.

Taxation—city centre marketing and improvements levy (Question No 1275)

Mr Wall asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 13 April 2018 (redirected to the Chief Minister):

(1) How are projects to be funded by the City Centre Improvement Levy (CCIL) identified.

(2) What is the criteria for selecting projects to be funded.

(3) Who is consulted in deciding whether a project receives funding.

(4) What projects have been funded in the financial year 2017-18

(5) Who has the funding for each project in 2017-18 been awarded to.

(6) What is the amount of funding being provided to each project in 2017-18.

(7) What portion of funds raised through the CCIL go to directly funding projects.

(8) What is the City Renewal Authority's objective in allocating funding raised through the CCIL.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) The City Renewal Authority has committed to provide continuity of service to levy payers and has allocated the majority of funding based on this commitment. The development of a performance and accountability framework in consultation with levy payers is currently in preparation and will inform the allocation of future funding.


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