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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 05 Hansard (Thursday, 10 May 2018) . . Page.. 1904 ..

(1) $813,000.

(2) The total cost to decommission and re-use Westside is $801,532.31. Costs were not broken down under exact headings requested.

a. $252,133.36.

b. Included under (a).

c. $29,040.

d. $212,555.47.

e. Included under (d).

f. Included under (d).

g. Included under (d).

h. $132,040.15.

i. $175,763.33 (includes procurement fees, temporary fencing, site establishment, cartage etc).

(3) The former Land Development Agency budgeted $813,000 for costs associated with the decommissioning and re-use of the Westside Village assets. The project budget transferred to the Suburban Land Agency (SLA) on 1 July 2017. All actual costs have been incurred by the SLA.

a. The assets associated with Westside Village include six 40ft containers, five 20ft containers and structural roof. They are being transferred during the 2017-18 financial year.

b. There has been no cash payments for the transfer of the assets. The assets are being transferred at book value.

c. The assets have been moved to other Government agencies after an internal expression of interest to utilise the assets across Government.

Westside village—costs(Question No 1094)

Mr Coe asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 23 March 2018 (redirected to the Chief Minister):

(1) Can the Treasurer provide a breakdown of where each Westside Village container has been redeployed or relocated, and include (a) the ACT Government agency that owns the container, (b) if sold to an external party, the value of the sale, (c) what the container is used for, (d) who covered the funding for redeployment or relocation costs, (e) the costs associated with redeployment or relocations, including any site works and contractor costs and (f) the date it was redeployed or installed.

(2) Was a public expression of interest for private re-use considered of the Westside Village assets by the ACT Government; if so, why was this option not undertaken; if not, why not.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:


a. 2x40ft containers transferred to Active Canberra for suburban playing field storage. 2x20ft containers transferred to EPSDD’s Lyneham depot for use as storage. 2x20ft containers transferred to the Suburban Land Agency for use as storage and signage. 2x40ft containers transferred to West Belconnen joint venture for use as storage.

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