Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
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Major upgrades to Government employee housing for client agencies. Client Agency Number of major upgrades Cost of major upgrades Department of Education 35 $219 573 Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services 6 $132 461 Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory 5 $ 78 751 Territory Health Services 3 $ 17712 Total 49 $448 497 OUTPUT Government Busineii Division h i s cd 2 Z ( J LU D 21 ^ HfI I oLO < U- S Z O t < LU > U z _ W) LO t5_D u oLO >< D 0 1 u o z < < 1 2 Pi > II6 IIrs m 1 ii J M H I u u i . -mm ms INDICATOR ACTUAL PERFORMANCE QUANTITY 79%: Housing Management New properties constructed (Target 25 new properties) Major upgrades to existing properties. Repairs and maintenance. 9 27 new properties were constructed in remote localities. A further 9 properties are in progress and due for completion in 2001 -2002. 49 major upgrades to Government employee housing properties were completed at a cost of $0.448M. $3.015M was expended on repairs and maintenance, including $1.125M on unforeseen maintenance for remote Government employee housing. QUALITY I Regular consultations with client agencies. Inspection of housing stock. On-going discussions were held with client agencies relating to new construction, proposed replacement and upgrade programs. 100% of remote properties were inspected as part of the Northern Territory Government Building Asset Management System. * TIMELINESS Response times for urgent maintenance. 9 A reporting mechanism for monitoring response times for urgent maintenance will be developed in 2001 -2002. page 47