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Thursday, 22 November 1973
Page: 2083


The CHAIRMAN - The Committee will take the Bill as a whole, with the exception of clauses 5 and 6. Senator Wright has asked that the amendments circulated in his name be taken together. Senator Wright, which are the amendments that are to be taken together?


Senator WRIGHT -All those on the sheet which has been circulated. Their effect is produced in the reprinted Bill. The effect of my request that they be taken together, if accepted, would be that the Committee would then agree that the Bill before us is as printed in the new Bill.


Senator Murphy - That would not prejudice our consideration of any of the clauses?


Senator Withers - No.


Senator Murphy - So long as that is understood, there is no objection.


The CHAIRMAN -Is it the wish of the Committee that the amendments be considered together?


Senator Poyser - I want to ask Senator Wright a question about the amendments that he has circulated. Senator Wright has included a clause 8a. That will become clause 8, not clause 8a, will it not?


Senator WRIGHT -That is so.


The CHAIRMAN -There being no objection, leave is granted.


Senator WRIGHT -I move the following amendments:

No. 1- Page 1, Title, leave out ", and to set aside an Area on Capital Hill to be known as the National Garden of Australia ".

No. 2- Page 1, clause 3, leave out the clause, insert the following new clause: " 3. In this Act-

Parliamentary grounds' means the grounds comprising the land delineated by red lines on the plan set out in the Schedule.

Parliamentary zone' means the area of land bounded by the lines commencing at a point where Commonwealth Avenue intersects State Circle marked A, and thence in a northerly direction along Commonwealth Avenue to Lake Burley Griffin at a point marked B, and thence extending in an easterly direction along the shore of Lake Burley Griffin to a point where Kings Avenue intersects with the said Lake shore marked C, and thence in a south-westerly direction along Kings Avenue to State Circle at a point marked D, and thence in a westerly direction along State Circle to a point of commencement excepting therefrom the Parliamentary grounds. ".

No. 3- Page 2, clause 7, leave out the clause.

No. 4- Page 2, after clause 8, insert the following new clause: "8a. Except in accordance with a resolution of both Houses of the Parliament, no building or other work shall be erected within the Parliamentary grounds or within the Parliamentary zone.".

No. 5- Page 2, clause 9, leave out the clause.

Amendments agreed to.







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