Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2019 Week 11 Hansard (Thursday, 26 September 2019) . . Page.. 4068 ..
on Shakespeare Crescent recommended as part of the study; if so, did the ACT Government relate that these measures will be implemented in future residential street improvement programs and if yes, when can residents expect to see a residential street improvement program implementing these measures.
(2) What specific traffic calming measures are being considered by the ACT Government to address road safety at the Rogers Street and Shakespeare Crescent intersection and nearby roads.
Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) Yes, the Rogers Street and Shakespeare Crescent intersection was assessed as part of the traffic study on streets in Flynn, Fraser and Charnwood. The ACT Government has committed to delivering the priority recommendations identified in the study as part of a future residential street improvement program. The priority recommendations will be delivered as part of a capital works project in 2019-20.
(2) The report recommended a combination of speed humps on Shakespeare Crescent and an intersection upgrade at the Rogers Street / Shakespeare Crescent. The ACT Government will install traffic calming measures on Shakespeare Crescent as the first priority measure in 2019-20, as a reduction in vehicle speeds may address the ‘line of sight / visibility’ issues at the intersection without further work being required.
Heritage—resourcing(Question No 2689)
Ms Lawder asked the Minister for the Environment and Heritage, upon notice, on 23 August 2019:
(1) In relation to the (a) answer to question on notice (QoN) No E19-508 part (1), wherein the Minister advised that “Additional Resourcing of one ASO6 Full Time Equivalent will be provided to meet the growing demand of development approval and advice applications made under the Heritage Act 2004 (the Act) with the cost being offset by the introduction of application fees”, (b) answer to QoN No E19-508 part (3), wherein the Minister advised that “The introduction of fees and an additional ASO6 relate to planning and development proposals affecting heritage places and objects. The additional resourcing does not relate to nominations of a place or object to the ACT Heritage Register”, and (c) Canberra Times article dated 22 August 2019, titled Canberra’s decades-long heritage wait, wherein an Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate (EPSDD) spokesperson reportedly said, “the ACT government had funded an additional staff member in the heritage unit to address the backlog” - are QoN E-19-508 (“one ASO6 Full Time Equivalent”), QoN E19 508 (“an additional ASO6”) and the EPSDD spokesperson quoted in the Canberra Times (“an additional staff member”) referring to the same full time ASO6 equivalent position within the heritage unit.
(2) If parts (1) (a), (b) and (c), all refer to the same position and it is a new fulltime ASO6 position what is the job number for that position.
(3) If parts (1) (a), (b) and (c), all refer to the same position and it is not a new fulltime ASO6 position what is the nature of the filling of the position.