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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2006 Week 10 (19 October) . . Page.. 3388..


Mr Corbell

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

(1) This issue falls under my portfolio as Attorney General and is responded to on QON 1246.

(2) This issue falls under my portfolio as Attorney General and is responded to on QON 1246.

(3) This issue falls under my portfolio as Attorney General and is responded to on QON 1246.

(4) Monitoring compliance with bail conditions forms an element of normal police targeting operations, with appropriately higher levels of targeting and scrutiny applied to the bail requirements of recidivist and serious offenders.

Housing—Jerilderie Court

(Question No 1248)

Mrs Burke asked the Minister for Housing, upon notice, on 20 September 2006:

(1) Was an analysis conducted on the maintenance history of Jerilderie Court, Reid; if so, what advice did the analysis provide Housing ACT about the condition and maintenance of the housing complex;

(2) What consultation has occurred with residents of Jerilderie Court during the analysis of maintenance at the housing complex;

(3) What other housing complexes has Housing ACT conducted an analysis on maintenance or condition of properties and what evidence, if any, has arisen that has provided Housing ACT with the opportunity to address systemic maintenance issues such as fire safety and general repairs.

Mr Hargreaves

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

1. Yes. The analysis provided information consistent with normal maintenance activity in a complex of this size and age.

2. Residents would generally not be consulted during the analysis of the maintenance history of a Housing ACT complex.

3. Housing ACT conducted condition audits on 75% of its properties during the 2003-04 and 2004-05 financial years. Housing ACT is implementing a new five year rolling program to carry out condition audits on all of its properties. Systemic issues are normally identified through quality assurance activities.

Roads—removal of animal carcasses

(Question No 1270)

Mr Pratt asked the Minister for the Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 20 September 2006:


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