Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 8 Hansard (21 August) . . Page.. 3130..
(3) The current lease for the Civic Library commenced in January 2001 and will run until 31 December 2004. Opportunity to change the amount of rent charged occurs when a new lease is negotiated.
(4) The rent per square metre for the space occupied by the Registrar General's Office is currently $260.00m2/per annum.
(5) JACS has advised that prior to 1995 the rent for the Registrar General (per square metre per annum) was $475 for the Plaza level and $355 for level B1.
The rent for the Registrar General's Office (per square metre per annum) was: $355.00 in 1996, $268.13 in 1997 to 2000, $260.00 in 2001 and 2002.
(6) The lease for the Registrar General's Office was for a six year term. The lease expired on 31 December 2002 and is currently on a month to month holdover pending the finalisation of accommodation for the Department of Justice and Community Safety. Opportunity to change the amount of rent charged occurs when a new lease is negotiated.
(7) The rent charged for the space occupied in the Saraton Building for the Civic Shopfront immediately before it moved to FAI/Eclipse House was $580m2/per annum.
(8) The rent currently paid by the Civic Shopfront at Eclipse House is currently $340.00m2/per annum.
Development-sustainability reporting indicators
(Question No 871)
Mr Smyth asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 21 August 2003:
In relation to sustainability reporting indicators:
(1) Has work begun on the Sustainability Reporting Indicators Report (Labor's alternative to State of the Territory), if so, where is work up to? If no why not?
(2) Will the Community be presented with this Report in 2003, if so, has a deadline been set and what is it? If not, why not?
Mr Quinlan: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
Work is progressing on developing an ACT sustainability report. A dedicated team has been established in Chief Minister's Department, to develop the report, which includes members of Policy Group and the Office of Sustainability. This team is liasing with the Sustainability Expert Reference Group.
An issues paper has been developed for release to the community that examines trends in sustainability reporting and poses questions and approaches to assist in the development of an ACT sustainability report. This paper will form the basis of consultation with key stakeholders scheduled for the next two months.
An ACT Towards Sustainability Report will be presented to the community early next year.