Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
Tabled paper 154
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Access to rental accommodation for Territorians most in need. O U T P U T Government Business Divisiondnpom A C T U A L PER FO R M A N C E Q U A N T IT Y u <z <z h Grants made to address special housing needs under the Community Housing Program. Grants to community service organisation for the purchase, construction or upgrade of crisis accommodation premises under the Crisis Accommodation Program. Bond Assistance Scheme. (Target: 500) 9 A total of $0.153M in Community Housing Program Grants were approved. A total $0.098M in Crisis Accommodation Program Grants was allocated. Refer to page 132 for full list of grant recipients. 428 Bond Assistance Loans to a total value of $0.243M were established to assist Territorians access the private rental market. (1999-2000: 208, $0.1 15M) Q U A L IT Y Bond Assistance Scheme reviewed to provide an alternative to public housing. f l i A major review was conducted of the Bond Assistance Scheme. Eligibility for the scheme was widened to match public housing eligibility criteria. Levels of assistance available were increased in line with market conditions. From January 2001, applicants are no longer required to be on the wait list for public housing. T IM E L IN E SS Processing of bond assistance applications. 3%: Grant Management 9 An appropriate measure will be developed for monitoring the timeliness of processing bond assistance applications.
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