Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1999 Week 9 Hansard (31 August) . . Page.. 2588 ..
MS CARNELL (continuing):
were used to put together a conservative business case. As I said earlier, the figures could be significantly higher than that, and we certainly hope they are. As I indicated earlier, Adelaide got 140,000 in their first year. We have used very conservative figures for our business case. I would have thought those opposite would have - - -
Mr Stanhope: Two sets of conservative figures.
MS CARNELL: No. Only one set of figures has been used for the operating statements and the business case - the 50,000 figure, a conservative figure.
Mr Stanhope: Right.
MS CARNELL: You know that because you have the figures.
Mr Stanhope: I got two sets of figures.
MS CARNELL: Maybe the way around this is for Mr Stanhope to table the business case and the operating statement that use 70,000 and then I will apologise to him. I have not seen an operating statement using 70,000. Go on, table it. Hop up and table it.
MR SPEAKER: I do not think you have it, do you, Mr Stanhope?
Mr Stanhope: I would love to table a business plan, but we do not have one. That is the point. We have a summary. We do not have a business plan.
MR SPEAKER: Order, please! I have had enough of this shouting across the chamber.
Mr Stanhope: You give me a business plan and I will table it, but you do not have one.
MR SPEAKER: I am tired of this shouting across the chamber.
Question resolved in the affirmative.
Bill agreed to in principle.
Bill, by leave, taken as a whole
MS TUCKER (11.49): I ask for leave to move together two amendments circulated in my name.
MS TUCKER: I move: