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(g) Canberra Health Services has a comprehensive Water Management Plan that observes industry best practice. As part of continuous improvement activities CHS have recently installed a decontamination plant that has the ability to quickly and effectively manage any identified legionella activity.

Light rail—business impacts
(Question No 2032)

Mr Milligan asked the Minister for Transport, upon notice, on 2 November 2018:

(1) In relation to the response to the Assembly resolution of 6 June 2018 entitled Business Impact Assessment of ACT Government-led construction activities in Gungahlin, dated September 2018 and the methodology used to collate this report, can the Minister explain the rationale behind including Australian Bureau of Statistics retail trend data from 2009 to 2017 when this data is not restricted to the Town Centre but instead takes into account the entire Local Government Area.

(2) Can the Minister explain why and when businesses were provided the opportunity to give feedback during a face-to-face interview, but this input was not included in the statistical analysis.

(3) Further to part (2), can the Minister clarify why the report focused only on 31 online survey responses in the analysis presented, when the document states that 151 successful contacts were made.

(4) Can the Minister explain what a successful contact means.

(5) Where and how were the details of these successful contacts documented and why did the feedback from these contacts not make it into the report.

(6) Can the Minister explain how the feedback from the 16 formal interviews and 100 face-to-face feedback contacts were collated and utilised to inform the report.

(7) Why was the input from interviews and face-to-face contact not included in the report, even as an appendix.

(8) Does the Minister think the feedback gathered was sufficient given there were 210 trading entities, of which a total of 31 (14.75 percent) online surveys were completed.

(9) Of the respondents listed, how many of these were located directly on or adjacent to the construction zones in the Gungahlin Town Centre.

(10) Given the report discusses the initial working group meeting for the Gungahlin Community Festival held on 15 August 2018, how were businesses notified and invited to participate in this meeting and how many businesses actually attended.

(11) Were community groups and other local stakeholders also invited to help plan this event; if so, what criteria was applied to determine which groups were involved and how were they engaged to participate.

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