ACT Legislative Assembly Redistribution - Public Suggestions Available

Published 11 Mar 2011

The second stage in the process of reviewing the ACT Legislative Assembly's electoral boundaries starts today with the release of public suggestions.

Six suggestions received by the Redistribution Committee are available for public inspection at the ACT Electoral Commission office at Ground Floor, North Building, London Circuit, Civic Square, ACT, and from its website at Suggestions have been received from:

  • Australian Labor Party (ACT Branch)
  • Gungahlin Community Council
  • Jonathon Reynolds
  • Proportional Representation Society of Australia (ACT Branch)
  • Tony Farrell
  • Weston Creek Community Council

Members of the public are invited to make written comments on suggestions to the Redistribution Committee. Comments should be lodged with the Electoral Commission at the above address or via email to by Thursday 24 March 2011.

After the close of the comments period, the Redistribution Committee will consider the public suggestions and comments before publishing a proposed redistribution of the ACT's electoral boundaries. The public will then have 28 days in which to object to the proposed boundaries.

The Redistribution Committee consists of the Electoral Commissioner, Phillip Green; the ACT Planning and Land Authority, Neil Savery; the Surveyor-General, Bill Hirst; and the Regional Director, ACT Office, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Stephen Collett.

Phillip Green
Electoral Commissioner

More information about redistributions can be viewed on the Commission's website at: