Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 11 Hansard (Thursday, 20 October 2011) . . Page.. 4810 ..
(4) What is the forecast growth in patient demand for elective surgery for the financial years (a) 2011-12; (b) 2012-13; (c) 2013-14 and (d) 2014-15.
Ms Gallagher: I am advised that the answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) The Health Directorate does not differentiate budgets between elective surgery and emergency surgery. Funding has been allocated to ensure over 11,000 elective surgery procedures will be completed in 2011-12. Based on the average cost weight, it is estimated to cost approximately $94 million for 11,000 elective surgery procedures.
(2) 3.5% for each year.
(3) There is no category of surgery for emergency elective surgery.
(4) Please see response to question 2.
Roads—parking revenue(Question No 1794)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 21 September 2011 (redirected to the Attorney-General):
(1) In relation to parking at (a) the Australian National University (ANU) and (b) University of Canberra (UC), who enforces parking regulations.
(2) Is there a parking strategy aimed specifically at parking at (a) UC and (b) ANU.
(3) Has there been any request from (a) UC or (b) ANU relating to increasing parking availability at either campus this year, if so what was the request.
(4) How much revenue has the ACT government received from parking infringements incurred at (a) UC and (b) ANU between June 2010 and June 2011, by location and month.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1. (a) The Australian National University (ANU) enforces parking regulations on campus with their own officers and equipment.
(b) The University of Canberra (UC) has, by way of prior formal request, invited ACT Parking Operations to enforce time restricted areas within the campus.
2. (a) and (b) No. The provision and management of parking within the two university sites are the responsibility of each university. The universities are not ACT government agencies.
3. (a) and (b) No. The provision and management of parking within the two university sites are the responsibility of each university. The universities are not ACT government agencies.