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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 08 Hansard (Tuesday, 15 August 2017) . . Page.. 2691 ..

she was providing an answer on the specific numbers. On relevance, my question was what suburbs and would any be sited on community facility zoned land.

MADAM ACTING SPEAKER: In the remaining minute and 20 seconds, minister, if you could concentrate on the issues of location that would be helpful.

MS BERRY: I understood there to be two parts to that question; I was responding to the first part. The second part is that no, there is no intention to build, as part of this renewal program, replacement properties on additional community facility land.

Government—project coordination

MS LEE: My question is to the Chief Minister and Minister for Economic Development. Chief Minister, one of the responsibilities that the former director-general of economic development had was as coordinator-general, responsible for coordinating major ACT projects. Has the coordinator-general function been kept and, if so, which ACT government official is responsible for coordinating major projects?

MR BARR: The role that the former director-general had has been shared in a variety of different areas, depending on the nature of the major project. Were it to relate to something within the land area, for example, and the City Renewal Authority, it would fall under the purview of that authority.

MS LEE: Chief Minister, which official now has responsibility for considering the ACT government response to unsolicited proposals?

MR BARR: There is a committee of directors-general who undertake assessments of unsolicited proposals.

MR DOSZPOT: Chief Minister, what actions have you taken to assure yourself that the governance of the role of coordinator-general and examination of unsolicited proposals are beyond reproach?

MR BARR: The government processes include a published set of guidelines that provide a step-by-step process on how the government assesses unsolicited proposals. There is within those guidelines, which were updated recently—

Mr Coe interjecting—


MR BARR: There is—

Opposition members interjecting—


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