Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
Tabled paper 154
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Financial Overview 11 Revenue by type Expenditure by type Charges for goods and Grants to Territory Housing Business Services $I8.384M Community Service obligations for public housing $31.908M Community Service obligations fo r home ownership $3.773M O ther $0.01 Personnel $0.805M Operational $0.250M Grants to Indigenous Housing Authority of the NT $25.565M Key points Key points 63% ($39.2M) was revenue received from the Commonwealth Government under the Commonwealth State Housing Agreement. 33% ($20.8M) o f revenue was sourced from N orthernTerritory Government appropriations. 4% ($2,204) o f revenue was derived from charges for goods and services including $2.02M in administration fees from the Indigenous Housing Authority o f the Northern Territory and $0.18M for Territory Housing Business Services for workers compensation premiums and administration fees. 4 1 % ($25.6M) o f expenditure went towards grants to the Indigenous Housing Authority o f the Northern Territory and 51% ($30.5M) to Territory Housing Business Services fo r community service obligation funding. 1.7% ($1.1 M) o f expenditure was related to personnel and operational expenses. 0.2% ($0.1 I5M) was received from other sources including $0.08M from Territory Health Services and Territory Housing Business Services to jointly fund a project on itinerants. page 64
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