Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 4 Hansard (3 April) . . Page.. 1446..
(1) In Part 5 of that question you noted that funds remaining from the project were transferred to other multi-unit landscape projects. Could you please advise:
(a) which multi-unit facilities were the benefit of these funds;
(b) what work was undertaken at each site; and
(c) how much money was spent at each site.
Mr Wood: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(a) Jerilderie Court and Illawarra Court;
(b) Landscape works at Jerilderie comprised hard and soft landscape improvements, secure perimeter fencing, security lighting, a new waste management enclosure and a new playground and cost a total of $577,272. Illawarra Court works comprised minor landscape enhancements, repair to existing hard landscape areas and a new playground and cost a total of $119,287;
(c) See (b) above. The funds referred to in question 393 were used to enable more extensive works at both sites than had originally been planned.
(Question No 521)
Mrs Burke asked the Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, upon notice:
In relation to tenancy:
(1) How many Public Housing tenants have been evicted (a) to date this financial year, (b) in 2001-02;
(2) How many Public Housing tenants received warnings (a) to date this financial year, (b) in 2001-02;
(3) What are the current rules for a tenant who engages in anti-social behaviour (ie: loud parties, drug use) affecting the quiet enjoyment of other tenants;
(4) Is there a strategy in place regulating how many warnings a tenant will receive before an eviction notice is served, if so, can you provide details, if not, why not;
(5) How are tenants dealt with that are caught (a) using drugs in public housing, (b) selling drugs;
(6) Can tenants who are obeying the terms of their tenancy report anti-social behaviour of other tenants, if so, how and what action will then be taken.