Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2008 Week 03 Hansard (Thursday, 3 April 2008) . . Page.. 1027 ..
with engagement information and a consultation calendar and is available at http://www.dhcs.act.gov.au/engagement
TAMS also has its own web page on community engagement activities occurring within TAMS which is available at www.tams.act.gov.au
(Question No 1859)
Dr Foskey asked the Minister for Planning, upon notice, on 14 February 2008:
(1) Is the ACT Planning and Land Authority (ACTPLA) required to comply with Consent Agreements made by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT);
(2) What options are available to lessees to redress actions made by ACTPLA that are contrary to Consent Agreements made by the AAT;
(3) Is the information the Minister provided in response to question on notice No 1815 incorrect with regards to the proceedings between ACTPLA, the AAT, and the lessee and is the Minister prepared to correct the record.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(2) A Consent Agreement is an agreement by consent, and any party to an agreement is required to act in a manner that is consistent with the agreement. Where a party is not acting in a manner that is consistent with an agreement, then in that event the inconsistency should be raised with the AAT.
(3) The information provided in response to question on notice No 1815 contains an incorrect reference to the Supreme Court. The reference should have been to the ACT Administrative Appeals Tribunal. A corrected version of the answer to question on notice No 1815 is attached.
(Question No 1861)
Mrs Burke asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 14 February 2008:
Can the Minister provide information on who currently receives domiciliary oxygen in the ACT by age and by gender and, what, if any, charges do the users incur for this service.
Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
The number of clients on the Domiciliary Oxygen Scheme fluctuates due to the health of each client. As at January 2008, 289 clients were registered on the Domiciliary Oxygen Scheme.
Of the 289 clients registered on the scheme, 135 (46.71%) were male and 154 (53.28%) were female.