The Government has approved the release of new policy guidance on the Land Asset Sales Program. The policy further explains the principles, objectives and governance arrangements for the sale of surplus and under-utilised State-owned land.
Annual Report on State Finances outlines the final outcomes for the Western
Australian public sector, and details the major variations arising between the
forecasts detailed in the original 2015-16 State Budget (handed down 14 May
2015), the expected outturn detailed in the recent 2016-17 Budget (presented to
Parliament on 12 May 2016), and the final outcomes recorded for the year ending
30 June 2016.
FHOG applications for new homes declined by 3.0% in the 12 months to September 2016 compared to the same period a year earlier.
The Land Asset Sales Program Financial Guidelines are designed to assist agencies to address the detailed financial, budgeting and accounting issues associated with land asset sales under the program.
The Land Asset Sales Program Policy explains the overall principles, requirements and governance arrangements for the program.
Securing Our Future
Employment in Western Australia declined by 0.6% in September 2016, while the unemployment rate fell to 6.2%.
Seasonally adjusted housing finance commitments declined by an annual average of 7.2% in August 2016.
Merchandise exports from Western Australia held flat at $26.3 billion in the 3 months to August compared to the same time last year.
The Department of Treasury will be moving from the one40william and Globe buildings to the David Malcolm Justice Centre, 28 Barrack Street with effect from Monday 27 June 2016.
Quarterly Financial Results Report - March 2016&
This Quarterly Financial Results Report provides financial results for the Western Australian public sector for the nine months to 31 March 2016.
The general government sector recorded an operating deficit of $2,077 million for the nine months to 3
Quarterly Financial Results Report - December 2015
This Quarterly Financial Results Report provides financial results for the Western Australian public sector for the six months to 31 December 2015.
While the State’s revenue situation remains extremely challenging, the December results suggest t