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Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing



Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing

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Financial Overview Expenditure against outcomes, as reported in Budget Paper No.2, and overall financial performance are presented in the following tables, Territory Housing (As per Budget Paper N o.2 ,2000-2001, page 289 - 293) I' Budget Outcomes Budget Paper No.2 Allocation Final Allocation C PUBLIC HO U SING Actual Performance 1. Allocation o f Commonwealth State Housing Agreement funds to Territory Housing Business Services. 2. Minister and Territory Housing Business Services are informed on issues relating to public policy. $ 18.447M $ 0.444M $I8.384M (1) $0.794M (2) Funds distributed $ 18.384M Final expenditure $0.716M ( COMMUNITY S E R V IC E O itiiiW O N I f # 0 1. Provision o f appropriate and affordable housing for those Territorians most in need. $ 14.407M $I7.297M (3) Funds distributed for community service obligations. Public housing $I3.524M Home ownership $ 3.773M Total $I7.297M ( INDIGENOUS HOUSING % m : "-IN -.0 1. Increased access to appropriate, affordable and well managed housing for Indigenous people. $25.893M $25.939M (4) Funds distributed to Indigenous Housing Authority o f the Northern Territory $25.565M Final expenditure $ 0.349M Total $25.914M . T O T A L $59,191 M $ 6 2 . 4 14M $62.31 I M Variations as identified above include: (1) (2) (3) (4) reduction o f $0.063M in Commonwealth State Housing Agreement funding. funding fo r a research consultancy on itinerants ($0.080M), and re-calculations o f parameters ($0.07M), workers compensation ($0.215M), and superannuation expenses (-$0.015M). revised community service obligations funding, including low interest rate subsidy ($1.44IN), rental subsidies ($I.323M), Fringe Benefits Tax (-$0.03 3 M), Assist Interest Subsidy ($0.070M), and rent forgone - Government employee housing ($0.089M). re-calculation o f parameters and transfer from previous financial year ($0,046). Final allocation as approved by N o rth e rn T errito ry G overnm ent Final expenditure Percentage o f allocation spent $ 6 2 .4 14M $ 6 2 .3 1 IM 99.8% page 70