Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 12 Hansard (Thursday, 26 October 2017) . . Page.. 4464 ..
Director-General of the then Economic Development Directorate, and the transaction was completed by the Land Development Agency.
There is a requirement to continue the availability of public car parking, as I have indicated in previous answers to questions on this matter, and the parties agreed to defer settlement on block 20 section 34 so it would remain a publically accessible car park until the supermarket development on the other side of the Dickson group centre was completed. The parties also agreed that the occupant of block 6 section 72 could remain in place with peppercorn rent for 40 months with market rent payable thereafter.
MR PARTON: Chief Minister, will you take on notice and provide to me at some stage—I am going to suggest a week as an artificial deadline—a copy of the advertisement or tender for the sale of the block of land next to the Dickson Tradies?
MR BARR: By “the block” I presume you mean lot 20 section 34?
Mr Parton: Yes.
MR BARR: Okay; I think we are talking about the car park on the corner of Badham Street and Dickson Place adjacent to the Tradies Club.
Mr Parton: Yes.
MR BARR: Yes, we can certainly make that information available. I was asked yesterday about the time frame for when the request for tender for that particular block was put to the market in, I think, September 2012 as a future development site. That is not a problem.
MR COE: Chief Minister, are the Tradies or the CFMEU paying the rates on Dickson section 72 property and, if so, how much has been paid and on what dates were those payments made? If you do not happen to have that information in front of you, will you please provide it to me in my office by close of business tomorrow?
MR BARR: No, I do not have that information in front of me. I will provide it to the Assembly in due course. I may not be able to provide it by close of business tomorrow. I will not be here tomorrow. I am at the Treasurers ministerial council in Sydney. I will need to see it before it goes to Mr Coe’s office to verify that it is the information that I am being asked about today. It will likely be next week.
Disability services—social inclusion
MR STEEL: My question is to the Minister for Disability, Children and Youth. Minister, can you update the Assembly on the government’s commitment to promoting the inclusion of people with a disability by removing hurdles to social participation?
MS STEPHEN-SMITH: I thank Mr Steel for his question. As members know, this government is committed to the inclusion of all people, including people with