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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1995 Week 04 Hansard (Wednesday, 21 June 1995) . . Page.. 1011 ..


AUDITOR-GENERAL - REPORT NO. 1 OF 1995

Report on Government Passenger Cars

MR SPEAKER: I present, for the information of members, Auditor-General's Report No. 1 of 1995, entitled “Government Passenger Cars”.

Motion (by Mr Humphries), by leave, agreed to:

That the Assembly authorises the publication of Auditor-General's Report No. 1 of 1995.

AUDITOR-GENERAL - REPORT NO. 2 OF 1995

Report on Whistleblower Investigations Completed to 30 June 1995

MR SPEAKER: I present, for the information of members, Auditor-General's Report No. 2 of 1995, entitled “Whistleblower Investigations Completed to 30 June 1995”.

Motion (by Mr Humphries), by leave, agreed to:

That the Assembly authorises the publication of Auditor-General's Report No. 2 of 1995.

PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT - STANDING COMMITTEE

Report on Draft Variation to the Territory Plan - Yowani Golf Club -Government Response

MR HUMPHRIES (Attorney-General and Minister for the Environment, Land and Planning) (3.27): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the Government's response to Report No. 1 of the Standing Committee on Planning and Environment, entitled “Report on the Draft Variation to the Territory Plan for Lyneham, Section 67, Block 1 part (Yowani Golf Club)”. I move:

That the Assembly takes note of the paper.

Mr Speaker, as members are well aware, the Yowani Country Club is seeking to develop 210 residential dwellings on part of its existing lease. The proposal was the subject of a draft variation to the Territory Plan. As members are also aware, on 26 May, the Standing Committee on Planning and Environment, chaired by Mr Moore, tabled its Report No. 1 on the draft variation to the Territory Plan for that part of Lyneham. The major recommendation of the report was to support the variation. On that basis, the Executive approved the variation to the Territory Plan, and the instrument of variation was tabled in the Assembly on 30 May this year.


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