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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 09 Hansard (Thursday, 16 September 2021) . . Page.. 2698 ..


(12) The Government has engaged with the Insurance Council of Australia, which is the representative body for the general insurance industry in Australia.


Planning—ACT Planning System Review and Reform Project(Question No 375)

Mr Cain asked the Minister for Planning and Land Management, upon notice, on 6 August 2021:

(1) Can the Minister advise, in relation to consultation undertaken for the ACT Planning System Review and Reform Project, in 2021, excluding the district planning workshops held between 1-24 June 2021, what consultation (or consultations), public or private, have been done.

(2) For any consultation/s that has/have happened, can the Minister list the entities and/or people consulted.

(3) Has any of the consultation undertaken differed from what is presented on the ‘ACT Planning System Review and Reform’ website at https://yoursayconversations.act.gov.au/act-planning-system-review-and-reform.

(4) Under the ‘Timeline’ heading on that website, what is meant by the term ‘working series’, listed as taking place between May and October 2021.

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

(1) Consultation has occurred with the Environment and Planning Forum (EPF), the Stakeholder Working Series (SWS), and a Legislation Working Group.

(2) Through the EPF, SWS and legislation group activities listed above, consultation has occurred with representatives of the following organisations:

a. Gungahlin Community Council

b. Inner South Canberra Community Council

c. Weston Creek Community Council

d. Belconnen Community Council

e. North Canberra Community Council

f. Woden Valley Community Council

g. Tuggeranong Community Council

h. Molonglo Valley Community Council

i. Owners Corporation Network

j. Royal Australian Institute of Architects

k. Building Designers Association of Australia

l. Council of the Ageing ACT

m. Cycling Promotions Fund


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