Social Housing Implementation Plan - NSW

Schedule A

National Partnership Agreement on Social Housing

The Commonwealth has approved the following projects to be funded in New South Wales under the National Partnership Agreement on Social Housing.

Project Details
Project Number Location Number of new dwellings
2008-09
1 Tighes Hill 8
2 Mount Hutton 2
3 Mount Hutton 5
4 Gosford City 7
5 Edgeworth 6
6 Wallsend 2
7 Elermore Vale 10
8 Wallsend 2
9 Cessnock 2
10 Fennell Bay 13
11 Jesmond 4
12 Bankstown 23
13 Kingswood 36
14 Northmead 23
15 Northmead 25
16 Guildford 36
17 Nambucca Head 4
18 Guildford 10
19 Nambucca Head 1
20 Wauchope 2
21 Coffs Harbour 4
22 Coffs Harbour 2
23 Jamisontown 8
24 Gymea 8
25 Liverpool 17
26 South Bankstown 13
27 Blacktown 18
  Total 291
Extra leverage from dwellings funded in 2008-09
28 Grafton 8
29 Grafton 9
30 Newcastle 2
  Total 19
  Grand Total 2008-09 310
2009-10
1 Goulburn 33
2 Lismore 26
3 Penrith 6

4

Blacktown

4

5

Blacktown

20

6

Parramatta

10

7

Bankstown

10

8

Coffs Harbour

13

9

St Marys

10

10

St Marys

15

11

Penrith

18

12

Newcastle

12

13

Newcastle

8

14

Newcastle

3

15

Kingswood

26

16

Penrith

10

17

Blacktown

13

18

Bankstown

34

19

Parramatta

15

20

Shoalhaven

26

21

Parramatta

12

22

Parramatta

9

23

Campbelltown

2

24

Campbelltown

1

25

Campbelltown

9

26

Shoalhaven

10

27

Parramatta

20

  Total 2009-10 375
  Grand Total 2008-09 & 2009-10 685

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National Partnership Agreement on Social Housing funding and reporting arrangements for New South Wales in 2008-2009 and 2009-2010
Financial Year Reports Due Payment Date Payment Amount
Comprehensive / Status Report
2008-09   7/04/2009 $65,201,000
2009-10 31/07/2009 7/09/2009 $16,300,250
31/10/2009 7/12/2009 $16,300,250
31/01/2010 7/03/2010 $16,300,250
30/04/2010 7/06/2010 $16,300,250
Total Funding 2008/09 $65,201,000
Total Funding 2009/10 $65,201,000
Total National Partnership Agreement on Social Housing funding $130,402,000

This schedule may be varied through an exchange of letters between Ministers. Last approved on 14 July 2010. 

 

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