Page 5287 - Week 13 - Tuesday, 15 November 2011

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Question No 1786

MR SMYTH: Under standing order 118A, I ask the Chief Minister why question 1786 is outstanding, given it was due to be answered by 20 October this year.

MS GALLAGHER: Is that about boards and committees?

Mr Smyth: It is.

MS GALLAGHER: That has been signed off and should be—

Mr Smyth: When was it signed?

MS GALLAGHER: In the last two days.

Question No 1756

MS LE COUTEUR: I just want to add to the queue under standing order 118A. Could I ask about question 1756?

MR SPEAKER: Who is that for, Ms Le Couteur?

MS LE COUTEUR: The Chief Minister; it is about the centenary unit.

MS GALLAGHER: I will have to take some advice on that. I did ask that all questions that I was responsible for be brought to my attention, but that one was not part of it. I will have to chase it up, Ms Le Couteur.

Supplementary answer to question without notice

Public housing—energy and water efficiency

MS BURCH: During the last sitting week I was asked by members on the crossbench about cost modelling in relation to the residential tenancies bill. This bill looks to set minimum standards for energy efficiencies and water and to create requirements around other standards, such as security. For the information of members, I table the following cost modelling for Housing ACT, which includes a summary of costs, to the value of $217,300,000:

Residential Tenancies (Minimum Housing Standards) Amendment Bill—Cost implications.


Mr Speaker presented the following papers which were circulated to members when the Assembly was not sitting:

Standing order 191—Amendments to:

Unit Titles (Management) Bill 2011, dated 1 November 2011.

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