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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 14 Hansard (11 December) . . Page.. 5349..


(3) a. Improvements to Security & Access Control ($0.460M): $13,150 expended.

b. Feasibility Study - Plant & Building Condition Audit ($80,000): $80,000 expended.

c. Feasibility Study - Mental Health Safety Features ($20,000): $16,000 expended.

d. Forward Design: Redevelopment of Intensive Care ($350,000): $47,509 expended.

e. Refurbish Wall Finishes ($100,000): At Contract: $Nil expended.

f. Upgrade External Pavement ($80,000): At Contract: $Nil expended.

(4) a. Feasibility Study - Plant & Building Condition Audit.

b. Feasibility Study - Mental Health Safety Features.

c. Feasibility Study - Generator (included in Plant & Building Condition Audit).

Stamp duty concessions

(Question No 1222)

Ms Dundas asked the Treasurer, upon notice:

In relation to concessions on stamp duty for the 2002-03 financial year, and to date in the current financial year:

(1) How many buyers received a concession on stamp duty for the purchase of property;

(2) What was the average value of the concession granted, and what was the average concessional rate of stamp duty paid;

(3) How many buyers who received a stamp duty concession on a property purchase had dependants;

(4) What proportion of all stamp duty concessions granted related to the purchase of unit titled properties.

Mr Quinlan

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

2002-03

1 July 2003 -

12 December 2003

No. of buyers who received a concession

41

14

Average Value of Concession

$1,547.52

$2,716.42

Average Concessional rate of Stamp Duty paid

$1,111.35

$2,018.25

Number of buyers with dependants who received a concession

1

3

Proportion of all concessions granted related to purchase of unit title properties

93%

64%


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