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Scott Ludlam Senate Estimates - Green Building Council

Scott Ludlam 14 Dec 2012

Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications
Legislation Committee
Answers to questions on notice
Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities portfolio
Budget Estimates, May 2012
Program: Division or Agency: 2.2: SPAD Question
No:
055
Topic: Sustainability Indicators -
compatibility with private enterprises
Proof Hansard Page and Date
or Written Question:
100
(22/5/12)

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Estimates questions from Senator Scott Ludlam on the provision of bike paths alongside freeways

Question: 12
Topic: Provision of Bike Paths alongside Freeways
Asked By: Senator LUDLAM
Type of Question: Written
Date set by the committee for the return of answer: 7 December 2012

With reference to ‘Positive provision' of bike paths alongside freeways;

1. Is this Department responsible for overseeing the provision of bike paths attached to federally funded roads?

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Estimates questions from Senator Scott Ludlam on the National Cycling Strategy.

Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport Supplementary Budget Estimates 16 October 2012 Question: 11
Topic: National Cycling Strategy
Asked By: Senator LUDLAM
Type of Question: Written
Date set by the committee for the return of answer: 7 December 2012

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Estimates questions on cycling infrastructure - Senator Scott Ludlam

Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport Supplementary Budget Estimates 16 October 2012 Question: 10
Topic: Bike Paths
Asked By: Senator LUDLAM
Type of Question: Written
Date set by the committee for the return of answer: 7 December 2012

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Estimates questions on the priority environmental health works in Oombulgurri by Senator Scott Ludlam.

Scott Ludlam 14 Dec 2012

Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport Supplementary Budget Estimates 16 October 2012 Question: 9
Topic: Overview of the EKDP
Asked By: Senator LUDLAM
Type of Question: Written
Date set by the committee for the return of answer: 7 December 2012

1. Why did the Government invest in environmental health measures at Oombulgurri when this community was closed down in 2011?

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Estimates questions from Senator Scott Ludlam on the Wyndham Port facility.

Scott Ludlam 14 Dec 2012

Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport Supplementary Budget Estimates 16 October 2012 Question: 8
Topic: Wyndham Port Facility Upgrade
Asked By: Senator LUDLAM
Type of Question: RRA&T 106
Date set by the committee for the return of answer: 7 December 2012

Senator LUDLAM: Can you provide a bit more detail on the Wyndham Port facility upgrade. I understand it is about $10 million-

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ORD PROJECT questions from Senator Scott Ludlam in Senate Estimates.

Scott Ludlam 14 Dec 2012

Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport Supplementary Budget Estimates 16 October 2012 Question: 7
Topic: EKDP Funding
Asked By: Senator LUDLAM
Type of Question: RRA&T 106
Date set by the committee for the return of answer: 7 December 2012

ORD PROJECT questions in Senate Estimates.

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State of the Cities shows need for new thinking on housing and transport

The State of the Cities Report shows the urgent need for a coordinated approach to transport and housing, Australian Greens sustainable cities spokesperson Senator for Western Australia Scott Ludlam said today.

"The Report vindicates what advocates of sustainable urban planning have been saying for more than a decade," Senator Ludlam said. "On one hand the supply of housing is not meeting demand, on the other hand urban sprawl solves one problem by creating more problems."

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