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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 4 Hansard (7 April) . .

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What is the amount of money raised from the 0.34 percent levy imposed on the community sector (a) in 2014-2015 and (b) expected in 2015-2016.

Ms Berry: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

The figures below represent the amount of money raised from the 0.34 percent co contribution levy:

a) In 2014-15: $447,822.23 b) Expected in 2015-16: $426,999.43.

The above figures comprise the following amounts from the Community Services Directorate (CSD) and the Health Directorate:

a) In 2014-15: $298,828.14 (CSD) and $148,994.09 (Health) b) Expected in 2015-16: $274,752.97 (CSD) and $152,246.46 (Health).

The levy has been used as part of the Community Sector Reform Program to support the community sector through a range of activities, related to strategic reform and red tape reduction.

Housing—public tenants rental revenue (Question No 701)

Ms Lawder asked the Minister for Housing, Community Services and Social Inclusion, upon notice, on 10 March 2016:

(1) How much revenue is raised from rental payments from public housing tenants who (a) receive a rental rebate and (b) pay market rent.

(2) How much revenue, on average, is raised per annum from public housing tenants.

(3) How much revenue was raised from public housing tenants in (a) 2013-2014 and (b) 2014-2015.

Ms Berry: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) The rental revenue raised from rental payments from public housing tenants who

(a) receive a rental rebate was $71.3 million; and

(b) who pay market rent was $9.4 million.

(2) The average rental revenue raised per annum from public housing tenants is $80.7 million.

(3) The rental revenue raised from public housing tenants in

(a) 2013-2014 was $80.8 million; and

(b) 2014-2015 was $80.6 million.


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