Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 29 November 2018) . . Page.. 5227 ..
(b) Since 3 August 2018, the two bedrooms have been closed and continue to be unavailable for use until all remediation works have been completed.
(c) Remediation works to return the ward back to full operating capacity include isolation of building services, replacement of bathroom walls, replacement of plumbing pipework and fittings, inspecting wall cavities, re-instatement of building services, and testing and re-commissioning.
(d) The expected cost to return the ward to full operating capacity is $127, 000 (excluding GST).
(e) The ward is expected to return to operating capacity when the remediation works are completed in late December 2018.
(f) Paediatric services continue to operate as normal. There has been no change to the arrangements to care for and treat patients. A temporary arrangement has been to utilise the Paediatric Surge Ward for patients to minimise the impact of any remediation activities in the Paediatric Medical Ward.
(g) There is no change to the safety and security of patients from the temporary arrangement to utilise the Paediatric Surge Ward.
Arts—consultants(Question No 1892—revised answer)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for the Arts and Cultural Events, upon notice, on 26 October 2018:
(1) How many consultancy reports were commissioned in the Arts portfolio from 1 January 2018 to the date on which this question was published in the Questions on Notice Paper.
(2) Who were awarded consultancy contracts in the Arts portfolio from 1 January 2018 to the date on which this question was published in the Questions on Notice Paper.
(3) For each consultancy contract, what was its (a) purpose and (b) value.
(4) For each finalised consultancy report, (a) what was the title of the report and (b) was it released publicly; if not, why not.
(5) For each consultancy report not yet finalised, will it be released publicly; if so, when; if not, why not.
Mr Ramsay: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1, 2, 3, 4