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This instrument varies the Roads to Recovery List 2014 by amending the funding amount for the abolished councils, inserting the names of the new councils and redirects the balance of the funding amounts for the abolished councils to each new council as appropriate. The instrument also updates the name of the other funding recipients impacted by the changes.
Administered by: Infrastructure and Regional Development
Registered 20 Jul 2016
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR30-Aug-2016
Tabled Senate30-Aug-2016
Date of repeal 02 Aug 2016
Repealed by Division 1 of Part 3 of Chapter 3 of the Legislation Act 2003

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National Land Transport Act 2014

 

VARIATION OF THE ROADS TO RECOVERY LIST 2014

 

Instrument No. 2016/1

I, Gregory john Moxon, A/g General Manager, South East Roads, Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, under section 88(1) of the National Land Transport Act 2014 (the Act), vary the Roads to Recovery List 2014 which was made by the Minister on 12 September 2014, and amended by Instrument No. 2015/1 made on 24 March 2015, Instrument No. 2015/2 made on 2 April 2015 and Instrument No. 2015/3 made on 12 August 2015, as follows:

 

1.      Name of variation

 

This variation instrument is the Roads to Recovery List 2014 Variation Instrument No. 2016/1.

 

2.      Variation

 

(a)  In Schedule 1 of the List, in the part relating to New South Wales:

omit the named funding recipient ‘Parramatta City Council’ at item 107 in Column 1 of Schedule 1 and replace with ‘City of Parramatta Council’;

 

insert the funding recipient names ‘Armidale Regional Council’, ‘Canterbury-Bankstown Council’, ‘Central Coast Council’, Edward River Council’, ‘Federation Council’, ‘Georges River Council’, ‘Gundagai Council’, ‘Hilltops Council’, ‘Inner West Council’, ‘Mid-Coast Council’, ‘Murray River Council’, ‘Murrumbidgee Council’, ‘Northern Beaches Council’, Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council’, ‘Snowy Monaro Regional Council’, ‘Snowy Valleys Council’, ‘Western Plains Regional Council’ in Column 1 of Schedule 1.

(b)  In Schedule 1 of the List, in the part relating to Western Australia:

omit the named funding recipient ‘Shire of Narrogin’ in Column 1 of Schedule 1 and replace with ‘Shire of Narrogin (pre-amalgamation)’.

(c)  In Schedule 1 of the List, in the part relating to Western Australia:

omit the named funding recipient ‘Town of Narrogin’ in Column 1 of Schedule 1 and replace with ‘Shire of Narrogin’.

(d) In Schedule 1 of the List, in the part relating to New South Wales:

omit the amount specified in Column 2 of Schedule 1 to the List for each applicable person or body named in Column 1 of the schedule to this instrument and replace the omitted amount with the amount specified for that person or body in Column 2 of the schedule to this instrument.

(e)  In Schedule 1 of the List, in the part relating to Western Australia:

omit the amount specified in Column 2 of Schedule 1 to the List for each applicable person or body named in Column 1 of the schedule to this instrument and replace the omitted amount with the amount specified for that person or body in Column 2 of the schedule to this instrument.

 

3.      Commencement

 

This instrument commences on 1 August 2016.

 

 

Dated: 12 July 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

GREGORY MOXON

Delegate of the Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development

 


 

 

Schedule to Instrument 2016/1

New South Wales

Column 1

Column 2

Armidale Dumaresq Council

 $1,741,000

Armidale Regional Council

 $6,689,614

Ashfield Council

 $594,630

Auburn City Council

 $1,088,779

Bankstown City Council

 $2,763,263

Bombala Shire Council

 $1,168,029

Boorowa Council

 $1,201,402

Canterbury City Council

 $2,014,022

Canterbury-Bankstown Council

 $6,173,269

Central Coast Council

 $10,924,427

Conargo Shire Council

 $2,102,530

Cooma-Monaro Shire Council

 $1,833,799

Cootamundra Shire Council

 $1,258,482

Corowa Shire Council

 $2,494,029

Deniliquin Council

 $475,133

Dubbo City Council

 $3,162,714

Edward River Council

 $3,541,628

Federation Council

 $5,264,223

Georges River Council

 $2,649,281

Gloucester Shire Council

 $1,558,994

Gosford City Council

 $3,803,405

Great Lakes Council

 $2,889,303

Greater Taree City Council

 $4,262,461

Gundagai Council

 $3,968,356

Gundagai Shire Council

 $1,110,029

Guyra Shire Council

 $1,470,837

Harden Shire Council

 $1,458,705

Hilltops Council

 $7,033,650

Holroyd City Council

 $2,052,326

Hurstville City Council

 $1,123,732

Inner West Council

 $3,158,719

The Council of the Shire of Jerilderie

 $1,730,736

Kogarah City Council

 $803,928

Leichhardt Municipal Council

 $802,510

Manly Council

 $687,239

Council of the Municipality of Marrickville

 $1,043,648

Mid-Coast Council

 $12,735,292

Murray River Council

 $6,738,477

Murray Shire Council

 $2,619,340

Murrumbidgee Council

 $3,812,779

Murrumbidgee Shire Council

 $1,044,275

Northern Beaches Council

 $5,190,206

Palerang Council

 $2,394,757

Pittwater Council

 $1,107,381

Queanbeyan City Council

 $1,608,138

Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council

 $5,478,586

Snowy Monaro Regional Council

 $6,680,900

Snowy River Shire Council

 $1,559,278

Snowy Valleys Council

 $3,687,408

Tumbarumba Shire Council

 $987,251

Tumut Shire Council

 $1,052,102

Urana Shire Council

 $1,337,424

Council of the Shire of Wakool

 $2,667,955

Warringah Council

 $2,382,131

Wellington Council

 $2,349,021

Western Plains Regional Council

 $7,557,099

Wyong Shire Council

 $3,648,147

Shire of Young

 $1,626,870

 

Western Australia

Shire of Narrogin

$1,724,069

Shire of Narrogin (pre-amalgamation)

$758,137