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line from the new substation to the existing Holt to Woden 132kV transmission line, there were no reasonable options other than the route chosen as detailed above.

(b) As detailed above, the selected route was considered to be the most efficient and logical with the least environmental impact.

(c) The new 330kV transmission line requires steel towers to be erected to connect the new Stockdill substation and the Holt substation. The steel towers erected are erected in existing utility easements. As detailed above, the options considered were limited in order to keep the transmission lines within shared easements.

(d) As detailed above, the new transmission line routes were determined on the basis of connecting the new 132kV line to the existing Holt to Woden 132kV line and having the new 330kV and 132kV transmission lines sharing a new easement as well as using the existing 92m easement through the golf course.

(e) As detailed above.

(Copies of the attachments are available at the Chamber Support Office).


1 In 2014, the golf course lessee was informed of the likelihood of a future 330kV transmission line being constructed through the golf course easement.

Education Directorate—staffing
(Question No 3021)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, upon notice, on 22 May 2020:

Can the Minister provide a breakdown of the total number of staff by (a) full-time equivalent and (b) headcount, employed under each classification band of the ACT Public Service Education Directorate (Teaching Staff) Enterprise Agreements (such as CT 1.2, CT 2.1, 3 Year Trained, Executive Teacher) for each year from 2012 to date, noting this detailed information is not contained in annual reports.

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

1) The tables below show the Full-time equivalent (Table 1) and headcount (Table 2) by classification for staff employed under the applicable Teaching Staff Enterprise Agreements. The data is reported as at the last pay period of June each year, consistent with the annual reports, and April 2020. The data excludes employees not paid by the ACT Public Service and people on leave without pay. Employees who separated from the ACT Public Service prior to the pay period end date, but received a payment, were included.

NOTE: Not all psychologists employed by the Education Directorate are engaged under the Teaching Staff Enterprise Agreements.

(Data available at the Chamber Support Office).

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