Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
Tabled paper 154
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Strategic Planning Framework The following diagram illustrates the hierarchy of community need and Government objectives and strategies, which drive the development ofTerritory Housing services and priorities. Community Need Targeted government housing assistance is required to ensure all Territorians have access to affordable and appropriate housing. Government Objectives and Strategies Foundations for O ur Future FO UN D A TIO N I: " FO U N D A TIO N 4: Preserve and build on the lifestyle of all Territorians. Foster Partnerships in Aboriginal Development Commonwealth State Housing Agreement - Bilateral Agreements A tailored response to assist those with ' More suitable accommodation and support special or complex needs. services for Indigenous people. Match stock to current and emerging needs. * Strategies to increase the success rate of urban Assistance to enter home ownership. Indigenous households. Efficient and effective service. Strategies to improve outcomes for Indigenous people where housing has an impact, such as health, training and employment in remote areas. Housing 2003 NT safe Match the type of public housing dwellings * NT sa fe recognises that crime and antisocial to need. behaviour can be reduced through active Reduce waiting times for public housing to an intervention, acceptable level. Target public housing for those most in need. Increasing home ownership , Housing Outcomes and Outputs I Outcomes: intended results, impacts or consequences on the Northern Territory community of outputs provided by Terrtory Housing. ers external to the organisation. Outputs: services provided by Territory Housing to Full details ofTerritory Housings outcome and outputs are on page 9. 2000-2001 Priorities, as identified in policy initiatives and Budget Paper No.2 Policy advice and development related to the continuing implementation of Housing 2003. Assist Indigenous tenants to sustain tenancies through closer links with Indigenous housing associations and development of urban living skills. New construction and upgrades to existing properties as part of the Housing 2003 initiative. Responsive and flexible public housing approach tailored to meet identified needs Housing stock matched to need. Improve access to appropriate housing for Government employees. Public housing as part of a network of human services. Provide a responsive approach for Government employee housing to meet client agency needs. Align home ownership assistance to market conditions. Continue to build on key partnerships through the Indigenous Housing Authority of the Northern Territory. Further improve Indigenous housing through new construction and maintenance. page 8
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