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Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing



Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing

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Access to rental accommodation forTerritorians most in need. Government Business Division a m 3 n i n L J n L j o flUTIfllm cn Q Q I Z L U z L U < :z < z > -u z <z LU h 9%:Tenancy Management IN D IC A TO R A C T U A L PER FO R M A N C E Number of tenants. New households assisted. Eligible tenants in public housing. Applications for public housing. Tenants housed on a priority basis. Num ber of ineligible tenants There were 5 760 Territory Housing tenants in public nental housing as at 30 June 2001. (1999-2000:5 945) 907 new households were assisted with public housing. 88% of tenants were eligible for public housing. (1999-2000: 86.5 There were I 829 applicants for public housing on the wait list as at 30 June 2001. 16.2% of new allocations were housed on a priority basis, ensuring those with high and complex needs have priority access to public housing. 1000 9t>5 900 800 800 L. 690 700 E2| E D Z 600 I 500 - I 400 I 1999 2000 Financial Year 2001 Rental arrears Target 2000-2001 (1999-2000) - over 4 weeks (<3%) 4.4% (4.9%) - over 8 weeks (<l%) 1.8% (1.8%) - over 12 weeks (<0.5%) 0.9% (0.8%) Rental arrears results are just above target, although short-term arrears improved marginally from the previous year page 16

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