Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 27 November 2014) . . Page.. 4377 ..
(i) Hibberson Street between Gungahlin Place and Hinder Street, (ii) Hibberson Street between Hinder Street and Kate Crace Street, (iii) Flemington Road between Kate Crace Street and Manning Clark Crescent, (iv) Flemington Road between Manning Clark Crescent and Mapleton Avenue, (v) Flemington Road between Mapleton Avenue and Nullabor Avenue, (vi) Flemington Road between Nullabor Avenue and Well Station Drive, (vii) Flemington Road between Well Station Drive and Lysaght Street, (viii) Flemington Road between Lysaght Street and Sandford Street, (ix) Flemington Road between Sandford Street and Randwick Road, (x) Flemington Road between Randwick Road and The Federal Highway, (xi) The Federal Highway between Flemington Road and Phillip Avenue, (xii) The Federal Highway between Phillip Avenue and Swindon Street, (xiii) The Federal Highway between Swindon Street and Antill Street, (xiv) Northbourne Avenue between Antill Street and Murdoch Street, (xv) Northbourne Avenue between Murdoch Street and Morphett Street, (xvi) Northbourne Avenue between Morphett Street Wakefield Avenue, (xvii) Northbourne Avenue between Wakefield Avenue and Condamine Street, (xviii) Northbourne Avenue between Condamine Street and Green Street, (xix) Northbourne Avenue between Green Street and Masson Street, (xx) Northbourne Avenue between Masson Street and Gould Street, (xxi) Northbourne Avenue between Gould Street and McKay Street, (xxii) Northbourne Avenue between McKay Street and Cooyong Street, (xxiii) Northbourne Avenue between Cooyong Street and Rudd Street and (xxiv) Northbourne Avenue between Rudd Street and Alinga Street.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1. The contractual arrangement within a Public Private Partnership environment dictates that the responsibility of the timing and management of these activities will lie with the successful tendering proponent. Therefore, the planning and scheduling of the numerous and various aspects contained in this question will be dependent upon the agreed program supplied by the proponent.
Sport—ICC Cricket World Cup(Question No 355)
Mr Doszpot asked the Minister for Tourism and Events, upon notice, on 30 October 2014:
In each of the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup matches being staged in Canberra
(a) how many tickets are available in each category,
(b) in each category in part (a), how many have been sold,
(c) what is the total value of tickets sold to date,
(d) what portion of ticket revenue does the ACT Government or ACT Cricket receive,
(e) what is the total ACT Government investment to secure these events and
(f) what costs will the Government incur in hosting these events.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(a) This information is subject to a confidentiality clause as part of the contract between the International Cricket Council Cricket World Cup 2015 Local Organising Committee and the ACT Government. Under this clause, this information cannot be disclosed to third parties.
(b) See answer to 1) (a) above.
(c) See answer to 1) (a) above.