Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
Tabled paper 154
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Targeted access to housing for Government agencies, business enterprises and community based organisations. O U T P U T Government Business Division 1 1161 71I 118 rmm i ij _ i a m 5 ium u I > u < u z < LfJ Z 18%: Tenancy Management IN D IC A TO R < A C T U A L PER FO R M A N C E Q U A N T IT Y Government employees assisted through Territory Housing urban tenancies. Government employees assisted through Territory Housing remote tenancies. Government employees assisted through privately head-leased urban tenancies. Leases to business organisations where there is no viable private rental market Leases to community organisations. 4 i 515 urban properties were leased to Government agencies. (517 in 1999-2000) 574 remote properties were leased to Government agencies. (552 in 1999-2000) 201 private urban properties were head-leased to client agencies.(199 in 1999-2000) 87 properties were leased to business organisations. 39 properties wens leased to community organisations with subsidised rent of approximately $3 700 per week Q U A L IT Y Client Satisfaction Survey. A client satisfaction survey will be conducted in 2002. T IM EL IN ESS Housing requests processed and completed within agreed timeframes. All housing requests promptly processed once received from client agency Government employee housing allocation by region Region Urban Remote Private Total Head-leased Alice Springs 75 163 1 1 249 Barkly 30 35 73 138 Darwin 139 158 4 301 East Arnhem 178 1 13 22 313 Katherine 93 105 91 289 Total 515 574 201 1290
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