Construction has begun on a $15.3 million coastal construction project that will create a permanent and secure coastal living environment.
The $15 million coastal development project is set to be completed in the next two months.
The project is being funded by Queensland Government and the Northern Territory Government.
The Queensland Government is responsible for planning and managing the project, and the NT Government is providing the funding.
“The $13 million coastal project is a part of the NT Coastal Management Framework.
The funding is being provided by the NT Environment Department and will be used to develop a site suitable for coastal living,” said Minister for Environment, Environment and Heritage Dr David Johnston.
The site is part of a project called Apex that has already been approved by the Northern Territorians Coastal Management Authority.
The Apex project is part, part and part, a community project.
The Coastal Management Centre and Apex is part project, but there is also a component in the Northern Government’s Coastal Development Plan that provides an opportunity for Queensland to develop its own coastal living project.
It is a $2.5 million project that is set for completion in 2018 and a $1.2 million project in 2020.
The Northern Territory’s Coastal Management Plan includes a commitment to develop sustainable living for the Northern community.
The government will provide $1 million in grant funding for Apex to help the project along.
This will include $2 million to build a permanent site, which will house up to 200 permanent and supportive living units for Indigenous and community groups.
The Government has also committed $2m to a second $1m Coastal Development Centre.
This new facility will support a variety of Indigenous and non-Indigenous projects and will provide a space for Indigenous leaders to plan, plan and plan again.
“We are very proud to be part of this project,” said Mr Johnston.
“These are community projects.
These are going to be a home for Aboriginal communities.”
The project will also include $3.5m to build temporary housing units and $2,000 for Indigenous youth.
The Department of Environment and the Environment and Human Services are also contributing $1,000 each to Apex for community services.
“This project will have an impact in the community.
It will have a significant impact on Indigenous communities,” Mr Johnston said.”
I want to say thank you to the people that are contributing to Apex.”
The $16.4 million Apex project will be the largest Indigenous living project in the country.
The new facility is being built by Apex Development Group.
More to come.