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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 2 December 2021) . . Page.. 4162 ..


‘Parental Leave’ is assumed to be Birthing Leave (formerly known as Maternity Leave).

‘ACTPS employment level for each category’ is assumed to be ACTPS Classification Group.

For the Birthing Leave results, the results represent both paid and unpaid birthing leave periods.

For question 4, the value only represents the paid leave components (i.e.-no value is attributed to unpaid leave).

(Copies of the attachments are available at the Chamber Support Office).

ACT Heritage Council—fencing
(Question No 514)

Ms Castley asked the Minister for Heritage, upon notice, on 12 November 2021:

(1) Can the Minister provide the results of a review referred to in response provided by ACT Heritage to correspondence concerning the construction of a security fence around the Chabad Hebrew School which stated “It is understood that the security fence has been in place for some time, and in response to your email, a review of Heritage Act 2004 requirements for the place will be undertaken.”

(2) What submissions were required from the school when they contacted the ACT Heritage team to erect their fence.

(3) Were all the required submissions provided by the school.

(4) What is the legislation surrounding fences on ACT Heritage sites.

(5) Who makes the decision that a modification of a heritage site, such as adding a fence, is deemed to be justifiable and what criteria do they use to make this decision.

(6) Further to part (5), can the Minister provide details for the case of the Chabad Hebrew School.

(7) Has a fence around an ACT heritage site ever been rejected by ACT Heritage; if so, can the Minister provide details.

Ms Vassarotti: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) ACT Heritage undertook a review in 2020 of the fence installed at the Chabad Hebrew School, which is registered on the ACT Heritage Register as part of the ‘Giralang Primary School Complex’ (the Complex). This review considered: the location and nature of the fence; the effect of the fence on the heritage significance of the place; the 2017 Giralang Primary School Conservation Management Plan; and the context for fence installation, being recent vandalism and graffiti.

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