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Tuesday, 11 September 1973
Page: 826


Mr Garland (CURTIN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) asked the Minister for Civil Aviation, upon notice:

(1)   Has his attention been drawn to the reply by the Minister for Services and Property to my question No. 174 (Hansard, 16 May 1973, page 2250), in which he suggested that details relating to occupancies by Commonwealth authorities in buildings not owned by the Commonwealth should be obtained from the Ministers concerned.

(2)   Will he provide details, as set out in that question, of all places occupied by his Department and by authorities under his control in buildings not owned by the Commonwealth.


Mr Charles Jones - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

(a)   and (h) Non-Commonwealth owned buildings occupied by Department of Civil Aviation, Trans Australia Airlines and Qantas. Number of buildings occupied:

 

 

 

Department of External Territories:

Accommodation (Question No. 622)


Mr Garland asked the Minister for External

Territories, upon notice:

(1)   Has his attention been drawn to the reply by the Minister for Services and Property to my question No. 174 (Hansard, 16 May 1973, page 2250), in which he suggested that details relating to occupancies by Commonwealth authorities in buildings not owned by the Commonwealth should be obtained from the Ministers concerned.

(2)   Will he provide details, as set out in that question, of all places occupied by his Department and by authorities under his control in buildings not owned by the Commonwealth.


Mr Morrison - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

(1)   Yes.

(2)   The numbers of buildings not owned by the Government but occupied by the Department of External Territories in each State are as follows:

New South Wales- 3

Victoria - 1

Queensland - 1

(3)   All offices in the States are in the respective Capital City.

(a)   New South Wales- $1.29-$6.76 per square foot;

(b)   New South Wales - $4.17 per square foot;

Victoria - $5.20 per square foot;

Queensland - $3.05 per square foot.

(4)   All tenancy agreements with the exception of that in respect of Aviation House in Brisbane, were made during the term of the previous Government.







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