Budget 2012-2013 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget
Tabled paper 1785
Tabled papers for 11th Assembly 2008 - 2012; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled By Delia Lawrie
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231 Department of Lands and Planning Budget Highlights for 201213 Society $23.5 million for land services and development of Middle Arm Industrial Precinct including headworks, power and water. $8.5 million for duplication of Howard Springs Road from Stuart Highway to WhitewoodRoad and associated upgrades including Gunn Point Road. $1.5 million for provision of passing opportunities on the Central Arnhem Road. $5 million for the Red Centre Way (Meerenie) to complete sealing of NamatjiraDrive. $15 million towards key headwork infrastructure to continue the progress of the release of land in Palmerston East. $1 million for Green Heart of Darwin programs. $1 million grant to continue to support the reporting officer function in remote communities with aerodromes and barge landings. Economic Sustainability $0.3 million to continue the establishment of spatial infrastructure and survey land boundaries as the basis for providing secure tenure in Territory Growth Towns. $0.1 million to establish the Office of the Territory Valuer-General. $75 000 to support the Residential Building Consumer Package through the provision of technical advice by Building Advisory Services. $2 million to provide a centrally co-ordinated whole of government infrastructure planning capability via the Strategic Planning Fund, including development of master plans, facility reviews and asset service delivery plans. Public exhibition of the Greater Darwin Plan under the Planning Act. Development of area plans and zoning maps for the Territory Growth Towns. Environment $1.5 million to continue to implement and manage fire and weed controls on Crown land, allocated as part of the annual weed management program.
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