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Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing



Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing

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Financial Overview COMPARISON W IT H PREVIOUS YEARS Territory Housing Territory Housing (the agency) funds public housing and home ownership assistance community service obligations to theTerritory Housing Business Services. The increase in Northern Territory Government appropriations from 1999-2000 is due to an increase in identified community service obligations to Territory Housing Business Services. 50 40 30 20 10 Revenue Comparison 3.7 - L . JL 1997-1998 1998-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 Financial Year Commonwealth grants Northern Territory Government appropriations Charges fo r goods and services and other Increases in Commonwealth grants are from increases in funding under the Commonwealth State Housing Agreement Increases in expenditure are due to community service obligation funding to Territory Housing Business Services and on-passing o f Commonwealth State Housing Agreement funding to the Indigenous Housing Authority o f the Northern Territory. Territory Housing Business Services Expenditure Comparison Financial Year | Personnel | Operational Grants I Subsidies Reduction in revenue in 2000-2001 for Territory Housing Business Services is primarily due to a decline in the sale o f assets and the discharge o f home loans. The significant increase in cash out-goings for 1999-2000 was due to a $60M debt fo r equity payment to Northern Territory Treasury. No equity payment was made in 2000-2001. | Total revenue I Total cash out-goings | N et cash movement page 66

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