Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 14 Hansard (Thursday, 8 December 2011) . . Page.. 5968 ..
collaboration between Canberra Institute of Technology and the University of Canberra; the open government website; common ACT government branding guidelines; work underway to develop a more streamlined government web presence; the ACT public service culture and behaviour consultation project; and any office movements or relocations resulting from the structural changes.
A number of other initiatives that draw from the Governing the city state: one ACT government—one ACT public service report are likely to be progressed over time and are likely to be funded from existing resources.
I commend the report to the Assembly.
Ms Gallagher presented the following papers:
Estimates 2011-2012—Select Committee—Report—Appropriation Bill 2011-2012—Recommendation 168—Perpetual Care Liability for the Maintenance of Burial and Interment Facilities.
Service Funding Agreement Between the ACT Government and the Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ACT) Incorporated, dated 30 September 2011.
ACT Public Service—Governance—Statement.
Mr Barr presented the following paper:
Estimates 2011-2012—Select Committee—Report—Appropriation Bill 2011-2012—Recommendation 73—Master Plan for the redevelopment of the Kingston Arts Precinct—Statement.
Mr Corbell presented the following papers:
Petition which does not conform with the standing orders—Sidney Nolan Street—Pedestrian crossing—Ms Bresnan (32 signatures).
Development of Throsby—Incorporation of existing biodiversity and connectivity data into the ACTMAPi—Statement.
Standing and temporary orders—suspension
MS LE COUTEUR (Molonglo) (3.00): I move:
That so much of the standing and temporary orders be suspended as would prevent notice No 4, Assembly business, relating to disallowance of Subordinate Law SL2011-30, being called on and debated forthwith.
I am bringing this disallowance motion forward today because it is a substantial issue. The minister for planning on 14 November notified an appeals exemption for the