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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 14 Hansard (11 December) . . Page.. 5325..


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4. This has been funded through the marketing budget ACTC has allocated for this campaign activity.

5. This has been funded out the marketing budget ACTC has allocated for this campaign activity.

6. This is included in the figure provided at (1).

Land sales

(Question No 1108)

Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Planning, upon notice:

In relation to land sales for the years 2002-03 and so far in 2003-04

(1) How many blocks of land (both residential and commercial) have been sold at auction;

(2) How many have settled within the time specified in the auction documents for the sale;

(3) How many have not settled within the time specified in the auction documents for the sale;

(4) For those which did not settle within the specified time:

(a) how long did it take for each to settle;

(b) which party to the auction initiated the extension of time;

(c) what was the reason for this.

Mr Corbell

: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

1) 30 sites, including individual blocks and greenfield estates have been sold, 13 residential and 17 commercial.

2) 10 have settled within the time specified in the auction documents for the sale.

3) 20 have not settled within the time specified in the auction documents for sale.

4) Under the terms and conditions of sales, either party could seek an extension of time. In 2002/03 6 settled within the time agreed to after the auction.

a) Extension of time varied from site to site.

b) In 2002/03 2 extensions were requested by the purchaser and 13 by the Government. In 2003/04 3 extensions were given by the Government.


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