Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 01 Hansard (Thursday, 10 February 2022) . . Page.. 342 ..
that has a focus on services related to screening, diagnostic testing and support services for children in the ACT, including for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. The ACT Government made a substantial submission to this inquiry and I refer the Member to this submission and the evidence provided in the hearing on 2 November 2021. The Government looks forward to the Committee’s report being tabled in March 2022.
(Question Nos 537 and 538)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Housing and Suburban Development and the Minister for Planning and Land Management, upon notice, on 12 November 2021 (redirect to the Minister for Housing and Suburban Development):
(1) What steps, either informal or formal, have been taken so far in investigating the possibility of purchasing land from NSW adjacent to the Ginninderry development as part of the Ginninderry development.
(2) Has Corkhill Bros already been approached about a potential sale of their NSW land adjacent to Ginninderry as part of the Ginninderry development.
(3) Have there been any discussions within the ACT Government, either formal or informal, about purchasing land from NSW adjacent to the Ginninderry development and then subsequently annexing the land as part of the Ginninderry development.
Ms Berry: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1) The Suburban Land Agency has purchased two blocks of land in NSW. The two blocks of land are near the ACT border at West Belconnen, and adjacent to the development footprint of the Ginninderry project. The land was acquired by the Suburban Land Agency and will be developed as part of the Ginninderry Project.
2) The Ginninderry development is a Joint Venture between the Territory and Riverview Developments (a subsidiary of Corkhill Bros.). The NSW land adjacent to Ginninderry is owned by another subsidiary of Corkhill Bros. and by agreement is committed to the Ginninderry development.
3) See response to Question 1.
Sustainable Household Scheme—debt collection
(Question No 542)
Ms Castley asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 26 November 2021 (redirected to the Minister for Climate Action):
(1) In relation to the Sustainable Household Loan Scheme and evidence provided during Estimates that debt collectors would be sent in if debts incurred through the scheme were not paid, how late will repayments have to be for debt collectors to be sent in.
(2) Will the debt collectors be contracted by the scheme administrator or the Government.