Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 02 Hansard (Thursday, 16 February 2017) . . Page.. 717 ..
operational environment. As a result, providing a ratio on any given day as an average of the Centre would be misleading.
(4) As at December 2016 there was an average detainee population of 432 with an average of 192 detainees employed in Service Employment at the AMC.
It is anticipated that additional detainee employment positions will result in the future from the full realisation of the industries expansion project.
(Question No 55)
Mr Parton asked the Minister for Housing and Suburban Development, upon notice, on 16 December 2016:
(1) What was the total number, as at 30 June 2016, of (a) social housing properties (including individual units in a multi-dwelling property), in each suburb in Canberra supplied by Housing ACT and or the Community Services Directorate, (b) properties (including individual units in a multi-dwelling property), supplied by registered community service providers in each suburb in Canberra and (c) social and community housing properties in each suburb in Canberra (total of (a) and (b)).
(2) In relation to repairs and maintenance for social housing, (a) how frequently are social housing properties inspected to assess their condition and their maintenance requirements, (b) what process is followed in relation to repairs and maintenance requirements arising from inspections, (c) how many instances of repair and maintenance jobs each year are related to tenant caused damage or vandalism and (d) what repairs and maintenance items are tenants responsible for and how are these enforced.
(3) In relation to the number of requests for repairs and maintenance from social housing tenants, what is the (a) total number of outstanding requests by tenants for repairs and maintenance, (b) number of tasks covered by each request, (c) the number of tenant requests outstanding for (i) 1 month or less, (ii) 1-3 months, (iii) 3-6 months, (iv) 6-8 months, (v) 8-12 months and (vi) outstanding for 12 months and greater.
(4) How many housing managers are employed to manage the social housing stock.
(5) How many properties and multi-dwelling units does each housing manager have.
(6) Of those currently occupying social housing, what are the number of (a) couples with children, (b) single parents (by gender) and (c) single persons (by gender).
(7) Of those currently occupying housing supplied by registered community service providers, what are the number of (a) couples with children, (b) single parents (by gender) and (c) single persons (by gender).
(8) What percentage of social housing tenants are paying full market rent.
(9) What options are available to neighbours who are experiencing difficulty with social housing tenants.