Annual Report 2016-2017 Department of the Legislative Assembly
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DEPARTMENT OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS For the year ended 30 June 2017 DLA Annual Report 2016-17 Page 45 13. FAIR VALUE MEASUREMENT OF NON-FINANCIAL ASSETS a) Fair Value Hierarchy Fair values of non-financial assets categorised by levels of inputs used to compute fair value are: Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Total Fair Value $000 $000 $000 $000 2016-17 Asset Classes Land (Note 11) - 84,910 - 84,910 Buildings (Note 11) - - 201,097 201,097 Infrastructure (Note 11) - - 100 100 Plant and Equipment (Note 11) - - 312 312 Heritage and Cultural (Note 12) - - 112 112 Total - 84,910 201,621 286,531 2015-16 Asset Classes Land (Note 11) - 84,910 - 84,910 Buildings (Note 11) - - 204,414 204,414 Infrastructure (Note 11) - - 102 102 Plant and Equipment (Note 11) - - 37 37 Heritage and Cultural (Note 12) - - 114 114 Total - 84,910 204,667 289,577 There were no transfers between Level 1 and Levels 2 or 3 during 2016-17. b) Valuation Techniques and Inputs Valuation techniques used to measure fair value in 2016-17 are: Level 2 Level 3 Techniques Techniques Asset Classes Land Market Buildings Cost Infrastructure Cost Plant and Equipment Cost Heritage and Cultural Cost There were no changes in valuation techniques from 2015-16 to 2016-17. Colliers International provided valuations for the land, buildings and infrastructure assets. Level 2 fair values of land were based on market evidence of sales price per square metre of comparable land and buildings. Level 3 fair values of specialised buildings and infrastructure were determined by computing their depreciated replacement costs because an active market does not exist for such facilities. The depreciated replacement cost was based on a combination of internal records of the historical cost of the facilities, adjusted for contemporary technology and construction