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(b) The majority of the payments are paid quarterly. There is a small number of invoices that are paid annually, these are generally for the smaller funded amounts.

(c) All funded service provisions for ACT Health organisations (SFA or grants) have a contractual agreement in place.

(d) Audited financial statements are submitted annually by 30 November.

Six monthly financial statements may be requested where required.

Children and young people—playgrounds
(Question No 367)

Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 4 August 2017:

(1) Has the Minister failed to answer my letters dated 2 November 2016 and 6 April 2017 about whether the Government has any plans to upgrade the playground on Bingley Crescent in Fraser; if so, why.

(2) Does the Government have a plan to upgrade the playground; if not, why not; if so, (a) what consultation has been or will be undertaken with local residents on the design, (b) what is the budget and (c) when will the works be completed.

Ms Fitzharris: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) A response to your letter of 2 November 2016 regarding various matters was sent to you on 16 January 2017. Our records indicate that correspondence dated 6 April 2017 was not received.

(2) No. Play spaces are prioritised for upgrade utilising recommendations from annual safety audits along with current demographic, spatial and social information. This process ensures that safety standards are maintained and public investments are suitably targeted. The most recent safety audit found that the playground at Bingley Crescent remains fit for play.

(Question No 369)

Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for the Arts and Community Events, upon notice, on 4 August 2017:

(1) Is the Government installing a closed circuit television (CCTV) system near the Belconnen Owl on the corner of Belconnen and Benjamin Way; if so, (a) how many cameras will be installed and (b) what will be the installation costs.

(2) How often will the CCTV system be monitored, who will monitor it and how much will it cost to monitor the CCTV cameras.

(3) What will be the total capital and recurrent cost of running the CCTV system.

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