Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 6 Hansard (17 June) . . Page.. 1930..
In coming to this conclusion, the government has had to go a wide range of advice, including the Planning and Development Forum, the Planning and Environment Committee itself and other members of the Assembly, many members of the public and expert professional and technical advice.
Mr Speaker, I would also like to place on the record my specific thanks to a number of PALM personnel who have worked very intensively and with much dedication on this variation: in particular, Mr Garrick Calnan and Mr Keith Burnham from Planning and Land Management; all of the territory planning coordination team in PALM and many other individuals involved in the Territory Planning Branch and Development Management Branch of PALM. Their efforts as professional officers are highly regarded by the government, and I thank them for their important contribution in bringing these policies to fruition.
Planning and Environment-Standing Committee
Report No 15-government response
MR CORBELL (Minister for Health and Minister for Planning) (4.18): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I also present the following paper:
Planning and Environment-Standing Committee-Report No 15-Variation to the Territory Plan No 200, Garden City Variation-Residential Land Use Policies, Modification to Residential Codes, and Master Plan Procedures (presented 6 May 2003)-Government response.
That the Assembly takes note of the report.
Debate (on motion by Mrs Dunne ) adjourned to the next sitting.
Children and Young People Act 1999-review
Paper and statement by minister
MS GALLAGHER (Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, Minister for Women and Minister for Industrial Relations) (4.19): For the information of members, I present the following paper:
Children and Young People Act-A review of the operation of the Children and Young People Act 1999.
I seek leave to make a statement.
MS GALLAGHER: I am pleased to table for the information of members the report of the review undertaken as required by the Children and Young People Act 1999. The review has been undertaken in accordance with the requirements of section 418 of the Children and Young People Act 1999.