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Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing



Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing

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Tabled Papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT






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Feature Story Increased access to appropriate, affordable and well managed housing for Indigenous people. Papunya Model v . - f. The Papunya region of central Ai has one of the highest tewete of sod economic disadvar^age-ibd tedigei housing need in the coMBtry The Indigenqus Housing^Auttiorrty o the Northern Territory lias appro' a coordinated regional approach to construction of new hoseing in the Papunya region. ' ' The Papunya pilot p ro jjp t involves a coordinated approach to housing construction by smallereouflcils, tl the selection of standard housing designs and appointment of a proj manner to coordinate housing construction across 1? feommunto in the region. In cooperation with thefapunya Aboriginal and Torres S&ait Islander Regional Council, a projected $ 12M new housing will be consbxicted a two year period unde^the pilot s employment and; training be#i developed specifically, i^ o n olthe Papudya* o f generating lent in building anfl maintenance in 7 of tfte Papunya Model Indigenous participation in making fusing design for people; more Houses with available employment and training (ties a/ailable to Indigenous in the !$tpunya region! S'! /: =& '* v > , '} S < i * & *

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