Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 08 Hansard (Friday, 1 July 2005) . . Page.. 2684 ..
In addition the Manager of the Indigenous Services and Cultural Diversity Unit within ACT Corrective Services has attended meetings of the AMC Design Working Group on 6, 13, 20 and 27 May 2005 and 8 and 16 June 2005.
Development—Lyons service station site
(Question No 419)
Mrs Burke asked the Minister for Planning, upon notice, on 23 June 2005:
(1) Has ACTPLA received the outcomes of the viability study into the possibility of a variation to the lease at the Lyons Service Station site that would allow for an alternative use of the site;
(2) If the study has been completed, what were the outcomes and recommendations;
(3) Will the viability study be made public; if so, where can copies be accessed.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(2) The study concludes that the lessee has been unable to obtain a viable commercial supply of fuel for the site. The study further concludes that given the lack of fuel supplies an acceptable alternative use for the site would be residential with an A7 Area specific overlay. However, further clarification is being sought from the lessee in terms of the methodology underlying the conclusions and recommendations of the study.
(3) The viability study is not a document that forms part of a statutory process, and as such the Authority has no right to release this document to the public. However, interested persons could approach the lessee directly to request a copy of the viability study from the lessee.
Courts and tribunals—proceedings
(Question No 425)
Mrs Burke asked the Attorney General, upon notice, on 28 June 2005:
If a person has applied and successfully had their personal details (name and address) removed from the Australian Electoral Roll, why is it in some cases that an individual’s name and address appear on the case record of proceedings, where cases are heard before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal or the Residential Tenancies Tribunal.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
Where any party to a proceedings in either Tribunal has a concern about being identified through the record, that concern can be communicated to the presiding member at the time the documents are filed or at the hearing. The Tribunal would then consider the request and may make appropriate orders to suppress identifying information.