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Status of Major Capital Facilities Projects Foreshadowed for Joint Standing Committee on Public Works Consideration in 2003-04

Defence foreshadowed a number of major capital facilities projects (those expected to cost over $6m) for consideration by the Joint Standing Committee on Public Works in 2003-04. The following table provides details of the progress of the proposed projects.

Table 4.6 Status of Major Capital Facilities Projects
Program of Major Works
(by state, federal electorate and locality)
Status
New South Wales
Eden-Monaro
Headquarters Joint Operations Command (formerly Headquarters Australian Theatre Project) Public hearing held 18 June 2004
Hughes
Holsworthy - Special Forces Training Facilities PWC exemption granted 27 May 2004
Holsworthy - Special Operations Working Accommodation and Base Redevelopment Stage 1 Planned for referral in 2004-05
Kingsford Smith
Randwick - Disposal and Rationalisation Project - Interim Works (previously referred to as Redevelopment and Disposal of Surplus Land) Project approved by PWC 2 June 2004
Macquarie
RAAF Richmond - Reinvestment Project approved by PWC 15 October 2003
Victoria
McEwen
Puckapunyal - ADI Limited Explosive Ordnance Storage Project cancelled
Queensland
Blair
9 Force Support Battalion and 21 Construction Squadron relocation to Amberley Planned for referral in 2004-05
RAAF Amberley - Infrastructure Upgrade Planned for referral in 2004-05
Forde
Canungra Redevelopment Planned for referral in 2004-05
South Australia
Bonython
Edinburgh - RAAF Edinburgh - Extension to Electronic Warfare Building PWC exemption granted 10 June 2004
Port Wakefield - Ammunition Facility Project referred 24 June 2004
Northern Territory
Lingiari
Katherine - RAAF Tindal - Security Fence Project approved by PWC 8 September 2003
Solomon
Darwin - 1st Aviation Relocation Project approved by PWC 20 August 2003
Australian Capital Territory
Fraser
Canberra - Intelligence Facilities - Russell Offices PWC exemption granted 6 November 2003

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