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Budget 2012-2013 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget



Budget 2012-2013 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget

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116 Department of Housing, Local Government and Regional Services $M 2012-13 New Capital Works Government Employee Housing Working Future Construct additional housing in remote locations 3.0 Land servicing in remote locations 1.0 Upgrade housing in remote locations 3.0 Public Housing A Place to Call Home construct new public housing in Bellamack 4.6 A Place to Call Home construct new public housing in Zuccoli 6.0 Redevelop existing unit complexes across all regions 4.0 Rosebery construct seven two-bedroom units 2.4 Indigenous Housing and Infrastructure Working Future Strategic Indigenous Housing and Infrastructure Program including land servicing and essential services 111.5 2012-13 Major Capital Grants Indigenous Essential Services Working Future Lajamanu water supply upgrades 3.0 Maningrida water supply upgrades 1.8 Ntaria water supply upgrades 2.2 2012-13 Major Capital Grants Other Working Future Municipal and essential services 5.0 Closing the Gap community infrastructure grant 1.0 Outputs and Performance Output Group: Territory Housing Services Outcome: Access to safe, affordable and appropriate housing for all eligible Territorians. Output Group/Output 2011-12 Budget 2011-12 Estimate 2012-13 Budget $000 $000 $000 Territory Housing Services 246 338 287 837 255 856 Urban Public and Affordable Housing 85 036 100 957 124 217 Remote Public Housing 136 746 158 445 108 274 Government Employee Housing 24 556 28 435 23 365 Key Variations The Urban Public and Affordable Housing output increase in 2011-12 is primarily due to $2 million in property management funding from increased rent revenue, $3.5million for additional repairs and maintenance, $1.9million for the AliceSprings Transformation Plan and $4.5million for depreciation as a result of the revaluation of housing assets. The increase in 2012-13 is due to the $23.3 million expense for the National Rental Affordability Scheme eligible dwellings to be transferred to the Territorys new affordable housing rental company, Venture Housing.