Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
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Access to rental accommodation for Territorians most in need. O U T P U T Government Business Oivition D n o o * i] 1 ! j----1 \ u <z <z u z < I IN D IC A TO R A C T U A L PER FO R M A N C E JTY Living Skills Courses. The aim of the course is to assist prospective and current public housing tenants to better understand their tenancy responsibilities, and also create awareness and understanding of health and nutrition issues. D Six Living Skills Courses were held, with two in Darwin and four in Alice Springs. The Living Skills Courses are part of a joint initiative between Territory Housing, Northern Territory Employment and Training Authority, Indigenous housing advisory services and other relevant training organisations. .INCSS 5 Public housing wait times: (% change Darwin/Casuarina since 1998) - 1 Bedroom (non-pensioner) 30 months (-73%) - 3 Bedroom 1 1 months (-63%) Alice Springs - 1 Bedroom (non-pensioner) 13 months (-55%) - 3 Bedroom 25 months ( 39%) (W ait list details available on page 131) Northern Territory public housing wait times 74 I I I Bedroom 3 Bedroom 1998 1999 2000 Financial Year 2001 The wait times above are calculated on approximate wait times for each region weighted by the number of dwellings in each region. Wait times for each Region are shown on page 131. page 18