Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 12 Hansard (Thursday, 25 November 2021) . . Page.. 3797 ..
• Cracked welds on large slide.
• Rubber soft-fall damaged.
• Chime paddle missing.
• Carousel missing cap covers.
• Low branches at swings and flying fox.
• Missing handle on carousel.
• Rubber splitting on spider net.
• Missing bolt on Carousel.
• Basket Swing S hook damaged.
• Small Flying fox frame post welds cracking.
• Liberty Swing locks broken.
• T swing bolts loose.
• S hooks on birds nest swing damaged.
• T swing movement in frame.
• Softfall washed out.
• Nut missing on carousel.
• Bolts loose on carousel.
• Pommel Seat damaged small flying fox.
• Baby Swing seat split.
• Damaged yellow caps.
(3) Providing a response for each individual job would require an unsustainable allocation of Government resources as it would be time consuming, requiring extensive queries being made across multiple record systems. Typically, regardless of the site, playground repairs fall into two categories.
a) simple repairs or minor works that require off the shelf products such as shackles, nuts and bolts, latches, paint etc to rectify the issue - timeframe for completion ranges from immediate at the time of inspection to up to eight weeks.
b) more complex repairs or major works that require custom made or fabricated parts/ parts that are only available from overseas suppliers - timeframe ranges from a few weeks up to 12 months.
Where required to ensure public safety, equipment awaiting repair or replacement parts may be temporarily removed or barricaded off to prevent use.
Development—Campbell shops(Question No 510)
Ms Lee asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 12 November 2021:
(1) Can the Minister provide the total cost of consultation from 22 March 2021 to the closure of consultation on 10 May 2021, including, but limited to (a) the cost of the