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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 14 Hansard (Thursday, 24 November 2005) . . Page.. 4680 ..

(3) Consultation by the Authority on the CWMP took place from March 2002 until May 2004. Consultation by CMD has taken place during this year (2005).

(4) In relation to consultation with the community sector, the outcome of the consultations on the CWMP was an agreement that community facilities accommodation in mixed-use development is the most desirable for the precinct and community groups.

In relation to consultation by CMD, the outcome is that all existing groups have been assured that suitable replacement accommodation will be provided. The specific details of this replacement accommodation depend on the ANU’s plans for individual blocks and on further discussions between the ANU and CMD.

(5) No, as the matters before the Precinct Committee involve commercial in confidence material. However, the Secretariat, within CMD, will do all that it can to provide information on particular decisions to interested parties.

(6) Yes, however, some existing occupants have specific requirements that may not suit co-location and this will be taken into account by both the government and the ANU.

(7) The key obligation accepted by both the Government and the ANU when signing the ANU City West Integration Precinct Deed was that existing occupants of the Precinct would be rehoused in suitable accommodation once their sites are identified by the ANU as being needed for development.

(8) The Precinct Deed requires the ANU to prepare a Masterplan and Implementation Plan outlining the indicative nature and timing of development activity over the ten-year life of the Agreement. The ANU, in conjunction with its joint venture partner Baulderstone Hornibrook, recently submitted a Masterplan and Indicative Plan to the Precinct Committee, which has forwarded it to the Authority for consideration, as required by the Deed. The ANU has placed the Masterplan and Implementation Plan on the website mentioned below. Care should be taken in interpreting the Masterplan as it covers an area larger than just the ANU City West Precinct – reflecting the fact that the ANU has taken the opportunity to link its specific Precinct planning to the ANU’s wider vision for adjoining campus (or Commonwealth) land. The address for the Master Plan is

Crime—drink spiking
(Question No 659)

Mr Pratt asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 22 September 2005:

(1) Is the Attorney-General aware of a new communication tactic of motion activated speakers installed in pub urinals being used by Sydney’s Manly Council to help get its anti-drink spiking messages, emphasising it is a crime, across to men;

(2) Would the Attorney General consider a joint initiative with local hoteliers to install these devices locally to distribute a similar message to Canberrans about drink spiking.

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

(1) No, I am not aware that motion activated speakers placed in pub toilets are being used by Manly Council to announce anti-drink spiking messages to patrons.

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