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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 05 Hansard (Thursday, 10 May 2018) . . Page.. 1942 ..


Due to the low number of unit-titled properties in Molonglo in 2015-16, the median AUV is not provided to ensure privacy of tax payer information.

(2) Median residential rates charge for last three financial years in the ACT’s urban districts

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

District

non-unit-titled

unit-titled

all

non-unit-titled

unit-titled

all

non-unit-titled

unit-titled

all

North Canberra

$2,665

$983

$1,930

$2,835

$1,013

$1,906

$3,124

$1,187

$2,120

South Canberra

$3,740

$1,100

$2,152

$3,919

$1,121

$2,157

$4,330

$1,409

$2,359

Woden

$2,503

$1,105

$2,262

$2,599

$1,137

$2,324

$2,797

$1,441

$2,504

Weston

$1,987

$1,118

$1,965

$2,066

$1,152

$2,045

$2,190

$1,454

$2,156

Belconnen

$1,705

$1,055

$1,639

$1,767

$1,084

$1,690

$1,879

$1,326

$1,799

Tuggeranong

$1,679

$1,066

$1,647

$1,748

$1,107

$1,714

$1,860

$1,338

$1,818

Gungahlin

$1,528

$1,023

$1,465

$1,594

$1,033

$1,520

$1,686

$1,131

$1,625

Molonglo

$1,984

-

$1,984

$2,050

$868

$1,927

$2,214

$913

$1,760

All districts

$1,796

$1,055

$1,656

$1,863

$1,081

$1,711

$1,980

$1,292

$1,818

Note: Non-unit titled properties include all houses and unit titled properties include units, apartments and townhouses.

Due to the low number of unit-titled properties in Molonglo in 2015-16, the median rates is not provided to ensure privacy of tax payer information.

(3) Rates concessions for last three financial years in the ACT

2015-16

($’000)

2016-17

($’000)

2017-18 YTD

($’000)

Total value of residential rates concessions

10,138

10,825

10,598

Value of residential rates concessions as a percentage of total residential rates revenue

4%

4%

N/A

Note: Total value of residential rates concession 2017-18 YTD is an estimated outcome as at 24 April 2018.

Around 10 per cent of ACT households benefit from the general rates rebate.


ACT Architects Board—complaint(Question No 1280)

Ms Le Couteur asked the Minister for Regulatory Services, upon notice, on 13 April 2018:

(1) Did the ACT Architects Board receive a complaint about an architect in 2015 in regard to 2 Fitzroy Street, Forrest; if so, (a) what was the nature of the complaint, (b) was the complaint investigated; if so, how, (c) was any compliance action taken as a result of the complaint and (d) how has the Architects Board communicated the outcomes of the complaint to the complainants

(2) How many complaints has the ACT Architects Board received about an architect in regard to 2 Fitzroy Street, Forrest since 2013 and in what years were those complaints received.

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


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