Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 02 Hansard (Thursday, 16 February 2017) . . Page.. 740 ..
Ms Berry (in reply to a question by Mrs Kikkert and a supplementary question by Mr Milligan on Thursday, 15 December 2016):
(1) In 2015-16 ACT Health received bullying and harassment complaints from 37 ACT Health staff, of which only three proceeded to formal investigation. Due to the small number of complaints received, we are unable to provide a further breakdown by Divisions, due to the privacy of staff.
(2) The staff survey does not confirm this.
(3) No, I will not release any Workplace Culture Survey results. The results of the workplace survey have been used for internal planning purposes. That has been the consistent approach the Government has adopted in relation to this survey, and it is important that the privacy of staff completing the survey is protected.
Government—construction and development policy
Mr Ramsay (in reply to a supplementary question by Mr Coe on Thursday, 15 December 2016):
The ACT defines a property developer according to the purpose of relevant legislation where a definition of a developer is specified. The following definitions currently exist in ACT legislation:
1. The Community Title Act 2001 provides the following definition:
“developer, of a community title scheme” as “the person by or on whose behalf the scheme is, or is proposed to be, lodged for registration.”
2. The Unit Titles Act 2001 provides the following definition:
developer means the lessee of a parcel who applies for the approval of the subdivision of the parcel under section 17 (Unit title applications — general requirements).
3. The Building Act 2004 (for section 90 of the Act) providing the following definition:
developer, for residential building work, means a person for whom the work is done in a building or residential development where four or more of the existing or proposed dwellings are or will be owned by the person.