Annual Report 2004-2005 Darwin Port Corporation
Tabled paper 335
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D A R W IN P O R T C O R P O R A T IO N A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 00 4/ 20 05 26 6.Performance Reporting cont. Action: Achieved Develop plan for increased wharf space/maintenance facility with NTG Agencies Comments: Participated in planning consideration and justification of new facilities Develop Sadgroves Creek Management Plan Comments: Plan developed to draft for circulation and comment Clarify policy/funding establishment roles Comments: DPC to remain as a GBD with CSO funding for infrastructure development and operations by Government Clarify outcomes of non-commercial activities review Comments: Subject to cabinet consideration 05-06 6.2.5 Line Of Business : Small Craft Services The Corporation continues to provide services to the fishing industry with the Mooring Basin and Fishermans Wharf areas being maintained in accordance with industry needs. This line of business comprises all costs associated with the management and operations of the Mooring Basin, Fishermans Wharf and Hornibrooks Wharf. The operations include maintenance of a tidal-free facility that provides a safe haven for the fishing fleet of northern Australia. It also provides services to the seafood industry and small pleasure craft. Strategic Goal : Participation in Whole of Government and Industry Initiatives Budget Performance Target Budget 2004-2005 Actual 2004-2005 Quantity (a) Small craft visits 3700 3657 Revenue growth -24% -24.59% Quality Accident frequency 0 0 Incident frequency 0 0 Cost (a) Cost recovery 89% 83.66% Cost/total revenue 8% 10.95% Level of training 6.9% 0.00% Output Cost ($000) 1226 1470.29 Revenue ($000) 1094 1230.01 Comment This line of business comprises all costs associated with the management, operations and maintenance of these facilities, however, berth occupancy within the Mooring Basin is running over 100% capacity. The Mooring Basin is tidal free and is accessed through a lock. It provides a safe haven for the Northern Australian Fishing Fleet. = Achieved = Not Achieved O= Partial ly Achieved O O
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