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Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing



Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing

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Tabled Papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled papers for 9th Assembly 2001 - 2005; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT






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Targeted access to housing for Government agencies, business enterprises and community based organisations. Capital works planning. Administration and leasing of Government housing to Government agencies, business and community service organisations. Policy advice to Government. 27 new dwellings were constructed in remote localities. 87 dwellings were leased to businesses where there is no viable private rental market 39 dwellings were leased to community organisations. 201 dwellings were head-leased from the private sector for Government employees. 5 15 dwellings were tenanted in urban areas and 574 in remote localities. Financial Performance Summary W here the money came from and where it went Revenue Commonwealth Government Public housing rent $39M $27M Government employee housing rent $ I IM Other revenue NT Government Property sales $5M $22M Loan repayments and interest $37M $I6M Expenditure Property Management HomeNorth Loans and equity Operational Personnel Other grants 9%:Targeted access to housing for Government agenies, business enterprises and community based organisations $34M $25M $7M $8M $I.5M Dividend repayment to Government $3M _ _ Indigenous housing grants $26M Upgrade and replacement program for remote Government employee housing. Develop appropriate arrangements for tenancy management of remote Government employee housing. Achieve agreed service - wide standards for Government Repayment of debt Construction $31M $27M employee housing.

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