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Budget 2011-12 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget



Budget 2011-12 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget

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109 Department of Housing, Local Government and Regional Services Output Group/Output 2010-11 Estimate 2011-12 Budget $000 $000 Territory Housing Services 363 946 337 891 Urban Public Housing 103 942 85 036 Remote Indigenous Housing 151 071 136 746 Government Employee Housing 26 194 24 556 Indigenous Essential Services 82 739 91 553 Local Government, Regional and Community Services 95 283 99 963 Local Government 79 325 84 975 Regional Development 7 104 6 051 Interpreter and Translator Services 7 916 7 989 Water Safety and Animal Welfare 938 948 Indigenous Policy and Service Delivery Coordination 5 716 3 751 Indigenous Policy and Service Delivery Coordination 5 716 3 751 Total Expenses 464 945 441 605 Appropriation Output 168 037 183 182 Capital 99 771 123 163 Commonwealth 555 277 320 929 2011-12 Staffing: 630 Agency Profile The primary role of the Department of Housing, Local Government and Regional Services is to deliver social and affordable housing programs and related infrastructure across the Territory, build stronger regions and communities through sustainable economic development and effective local government, provide interpreter and translator services, and deliver water safety and animal welfare programs. Strategic Issues for 201112 Society Continuing to implement key social housing initiatives, in partnership with the Commonwealth, under the National Affordable Housing Agreement and National Partnership Agreements on Homelessness, Social Housing and Remote Indigenous Housing. Addressing homelessness by increasing social housing supply, improving transitional and supported accommodation options, and building capacity within the non-government sector. Establishing an Affordable Housing Rental Company to provide additional affordable housing options for eligible Territorians. Developing an integrated public housing framework that is consistent across urban and remote communities.

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