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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1995 Week 06 Hansard (Tuesday, 19 September 1995) . . Page.. 1506 ..


Public Health Act - Public Health (Cervical Cytology) Regulations (Amendment) - No. 33 of 1995 (S217, dated 1 September 1995).

Physiotherapists Act - Determination of fees - No. 127 of 1995 (S231, dated 6 September 1995).

PAPERS

MR HUMPHRIES (Attorney-General and Minister for the Environment, Land and Planning): I present the Woden Valley Hospital Information Bulletin relating to patient activity data for July 1995. I also present the schedule of lease variations for the period 1 April to 30 June 1995.

LAND (PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT) ACT LEASES

Paper

MR HUMPHRIES (Attorney-General and Minister for the Environment, Land and Planning): Pursuant to the Land (Planning and Environment) Act 1991, I present the schedule of leases granted in the quarter ended 30 June 1995.

PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE -STANDING COMMITTEE

Report on Inquiry into Possible Changes to Planning Legislation -Government Response

MR HUMPHRIES (Attorney-General and Minister for the Environment, Land and Planning) (3.51): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the Government's response to Report No. 35 of the Standing Committee on Planning, Development and Infrastructure entitled “Inquiry into Possible Changes to Planning Legislation in the ACT”, which was presented to the Second Assembly on 7 December 1994. I move:

That the Assembly takes note of the paper.

On 18 June 1993 the former Standing Committee on Planning, Development and Infrastructure initiated an inquiry into ACT planning legislation. The committee's terms of reference were to inquire into and report on possible changes to the planning legislation in the ACT, taking into account the comments contained in the Todd report and an undertaking by the Legislative Assembly to review the legislation once it had been in operation for some time, and noting also that the committee's report on the draft Territory Plan made reference to the need for such a review. The committee received briefings on


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