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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 08 Hansard (Thursday, 5 August 2021) . . Page.. 2454 ..


Number of Housing ACT properties as at 22 June 2021

Number of bedrooms in property

1

2

3

4

5

6

(1) Housing ACT properties

1961

3935

4513

915

209

46

(2) (a) Transit tenancies

2

8

5

1

0

0

(2) (b) Occupied excluding transit tenancies

1861

3824

4328

886

207

46

(2) (c) Occupied including transit tenancies

1863

3832

4333

887

207

46

(2) (d) Vacant but available

24

27

6

2

1

0

(2) (f) Vacant due to maintenance

73

65

93

14

1

0

(2) (g) Vacant awaiting demolition or sale

1

11

81

12

0

0

(2) (h) Vacant for other reason

0

0

0

0

0

0

Notes:

(2) (b) For ‘permanent properties’ this line provides the number of properties occupied with tenancies other than transit tenancies.

(2) (e) Housing ACT does not identify vacant properties to be used for transit tenancies prior to allocation. Properties are allocated for transit tenancies from the same group of vacant available properties as all other tenancies.

Occupied Housing ACT public housing properties as at 22 June 2021

Number of bedrooms in property

1

2

3

4

5

(3) Fewer occupants than bedrooms

n/a

(a) 2310

(b) 2459

(c) 413

(d) 79

(4) More occupants than bedrooms + 1

(a) 5

(b) 21

(c) 32

(d) 11

(e) 11

Notes:

(3) While there would be some overlap in the properties that have fewer occupants than bedrooms and the properties that are underutilised, the calculation of underutilisation is based on the Canadian National Occupancy Standard and a number of bedrooms that is two or more in excess of those required. Reasons that households can require additional bedrooms include parental visitation (for non-custodial parents), carer use or medical equipment.

(4) Similar to part (3) overcrowding is calculated based on the household’s bedroom requirement relative to the property.


ACT Public Service—remuneration(Question No 293)

Mrs Kikkert asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 4 June 2021:

(1) How many ACT Government employees are earning at least $327,000 a year.

(2) Is this figure inclusive of loading and allowances; if not, what additional loading and allowances do these employees receive on top of the baseline $327,000.

(3) What are the names of these positions.

(4) Which of these positions are with the Justice and Community Safety Directorate.


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