Budget 2012-2013 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget
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232 Department of Lands and Planning $M 2012-13 New Capital Works Arnhem Highway upgrade 4.0 Black Spot Program 1.0 Green Heart of Darwin 1.0 Howard Springs/Gunn Point Road 8.5 Middle Arm Industrial Precinct water supply headworks 15.5 National Network flood immunity improvements 6.0 National Network infrastructure road safety initiatives 11.0 National Network strengthening and widening 10.0 Palmerston East headworks 15.0 Red Centre Way (Mereenie) 5.0 Roads to Recovery Program 4.6 Secondary and local roads pavement strengthening 1.0 Stuart Highway Darwin to Katherine overtaking opportunities 3.0 Tiger Brennan Drive duplication Dinah Beach Road to Woolner Road 9.0 Urban arterials strengthen deficient pavement sections 2.0 Urban arterials traffic management improvements 3.0 Urban roads landscaping 0.5 Working Future Canteen Creek aistrip upgrade and seal 2.5 Central Arnhem Road passing opportunities 1.5 Tanami Road upgrade and seal 2.0 Upgrade barge landing at Gapuwiyak 2.0 Upgrade barge landing at Wurrumiyanga (Nguiu) 2.0 Utopia airstrip upgrade and seal 2.5 Yarralin airstrip upgrade and seal 2.5 Outputs and Performance Output Group: Lands Outcome: Land and land-related information is available, managed and used to support sustainable economic development in the Territory. Output Group/Output 2011-12 Budget 2011-12 Estimate 2012-13 Budget $000 $000 $000 Lands 32 072 35 996 32 126 Land Information 13 396 16 171 12 336 Land Administration 11 254 11 648 11 963 Building Advisory Services 3 284 3 907 3 546 Development Assessment 4 138 4 270 4 281 Key Variations The decrease in the Land Information output is a result of additional funding of $1.7million in 2011-12 for land surveys of new developments in housing and infrastructure in Territory Growth Towns and one-off Commonwealth funding of $1.4million for aerial imagery and mapping of 73 other communities.