Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2019 Week 11 Hansard (Thursday, 26 September 2019) . . Page.. 4028 ..
(2) The Project Delivery Report included consultation from the Gungahlin Business Impact Assessment, Light Rail Business Link Program and broader business feedback received during the project.
(3) The consultation referenced in the Project Delivery Report relates to that performed during the project’s procurement and delivery phase, as discussed above.
(4) 21 June 2019.
(5) The Report summarises key lessons identified during the project’s procurement and delivery phase. The Report’s analysis and findings cover a comprehensive scope of procurement and delivery phase elements, and lessons learnt, beyond those of the scope of the Gungahlin Business Impact Assessment.
(6) The Light Rail Project Delivery Report published in June 2019 provided the initial Post-Implementation Review of the City to Gungahlin light rail. Further review of the project implementation and proactive consultation with local stakeholders and businesses is proposed with the exact scope to be finalised.
Children and young people—drug treatment programs(Question No 2631)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Children, Youth and Families, upon notice, on 2 August 2019 (redirected to the Minister for Health):
(1) What drug treatment facilities or programs for young people currently exist in the ACT.
(2) What is the capacity of each of these (including beds for residential centres).
(3) What is the maximum length of treatment offered by each.
(4) Is there a cost involved in accessing any of these facilities or programs.
(5) How much did the ACT Government spend in each of the past five years for supporting each of these programs or facilities.
(6) Are there waiting lists for any of these programs or facilities; if so, what is the current wait time for each.
(7) What is the total cost per participant for each of these programs or facilities.
(8) What is the minimum age for accessing each of these programs or facilities.
(9) Do those leaving care have assigned case managers.
(10) What data is kept on those leaving care.
(11) What figures regard success rates does the government have, and what are they.