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(c), (d) and (e) these questions are unable to be answered due to privacy reasons. The breakdown of this data could lead to individuals being identified.
(4) (a) and (b) these questions are unable to be answered due to privacy reasons. The breakdown of this data could lead to individuals being identified.
(5) Note that data on the length of time off for all injuries is not available. Data is instead provided in relation to the number of incidents documented in the response to question one that were reported as resulting in one or more days off work.
Year Reported incidents resulting in one day or more of lost time Compensation claims for injuries sustained in the year All claims costs to date Average claims costs to date Claims currently open 2014 74 96 $1,605,410 $16,723 9 2015 71 67 $1,838,718 $27,444 9 2016 109 85 $2,085,140 $24,531 13 2017 122 79 $1,140,464 $14,436 20
Planning—Campbell (Question No 1922)
Mr Parton asked the Minister for Planning and Land Management, upon notice, on 26 October 2018:
(1) In relation to the community representations made to the Minister regarding the development at the Campbell shops, Block 1, Section 49 (a) what consultations and discussions did the Minister or the Minister's Directorate undertake with Campbell residents in regard to this proposed development including the variation to the Crown Lease, (b) what feedback was received in relation to the Development Application consultation period, (c) what feedback was conveyed by the Campbell community directly to the Minister's office or other offices of the government, (d) what community representations does the Minister or the Minister's government colleagues have yet to respond to, (e) what was the Minister's response or responses to the community representations and feedback on the Development Application, on the Crown Lease, and on any other concerns that were made to the Minister or the government, (f) does the government consider that all action on this issue has been concluded and (g) do those in the Campbell community that are still concerned with this development have any further avenues for redress or feedback.
(2) What is this block currently zoned for and what structures and purposes are permitted under this category.
(3) What are the Minister's intentions in relation to future zone categorisation for this site and what would these changes permit.
Mr Gentleman: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) (a) Pre-Development Application lodgement, community consultation for a proposed mixed-use development on Block 1, Section 49 Campbell was undertaken by the