Annual Report 2013/2014 Northern Territory Planning Commission
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PMS 401 PMS Cool Grey 11 PMS 173 Northern Territory Planning Commission | Annual Report 201314 2 PMS 401 PMS Cool Grey 11 PMS 173 Northern Territory Planning Commission Level 5, Energy House 18-20 Cavenagh Street Darwin, Northern Territory, 0800 Postal Details Northern Territory Planning Commission GPO Box 1680 DARWIN NT 0801 Contact Phone: (08) 8924 7540 Email: NTPlanning.Commission@nt.gov.au ISSN 2202-8218 Annual Report 2013-14 This Annual Report summarises the key achievements and performance of the Northern Territory Planning Commission for 2013-14. From 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014, the Planning Commission prioritised work on strategic land use planning in Darwin, Katherine and Alice Springs. Key achievements and the current work program are outlined in this report. The report also provides a fi nancial snapshot for the past year. Our Audience The Planning Commission Annual Report informs our stakeholders and the Territory community of our performance. Our stakeholders include but are not limited to: - local government councils - land owners - environmental, heritage and community groups - property developers - town planners - real estate industry Contents y Letter to the Minister 1 y 2013-14 Highlights 2 y About the Planning Commission 3 y Chairmans Foreword 4 y Our Organisation 5 y Membership 6 y Work Program 9 y Our Strategic Plans 10 y Signifi cant Development Proposals 18 y Community Engagement 19 y Valuing the Local 20 y Case Studies 21 y Financial Snapshot 23 y Financial Performance 24
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