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The NSW Government are looking to improve infrastructure and facilities in Western Sydney, and Campbelltown is one of 15 LGAs who qualify for $5 billion in potential funding.

You can help allocate these funds to Campbelltown with your suggestions and ideas.

Funding

At first, $3 billion will be made available to NSW Government agencies to deliver transformational projects informed by your feedback.

A further $2 billion will be reserved for high priority community projects, with an initial $400 million allocation specifically for shovel-ready local projects.

STAGE ONE - CURRENTLY OPEN

Informed by community feedback, the NSW Government will allocate $3 billion to priority projects.

The Community Project Grants – Competitive Round is now open. A few important points to be aware of;

  • Eligible organisations will need to lodge a Registration of Interest to participate in the process before 5pm on 21 April 2022
  • Registrations of Interest will then be considered by the NSW Government with applicants being informed of the outcome prior to the formal grant round opening
  • The formal grant round will open on 2 May 2022 and will close on 27 June 2022 for those applicants supported through the Registration of Interest process.
  • There is a minimum grant funding amount of $250,000.

WANT TO KNOW MORE

NSW WestInvest will hold two free online webinars where you may hear further information and ask any questions:

Live Webinar 1: WestInvest - How to register your interest

Date: 11 April 2022

Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Live Webinar 2: WestInvest – How to apply for funding

Date: 9 May 2022

Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Registrations for the webinars are essential and can be made through Eventbrite. Please visit the WestInvest website for more details and to register.

NEXT STEPS

If your proposed project is on Council land, you must seek Councils formal consent as the land owner in advance of submitting your application.

If you feel your organisation would like to pursue an application, please read the application requirements carefully and contact us via the below form to seek land owners consent or to seek assistance.


Further information for Stage two and three below will be released as we recieve it from WestInvest.

Stage Two: From May, an initial Local Government Fund will deliver immediate community benefits, with LGAs eligible for a share in $400 million.

Stage Three: The remaining $1.6 billion will be allocated through competitive grant rounds open to non-government organisations such as community groups, not-for-profits, as well as Aboriginal Land Councils and local councils.

Qualifying Projects

Funding is allocated to six key areas:

. Parks, urban and green spaces;

. Community infrastructure (e.g. sporting grounds)

. Upgrades to local schools

. Creating and enhancing arts and cultural facilities;

. Revitalising high-visitation streets

. Improvements to local traffic and transport infrastructure.

The NSW Government are looking to improve infrastructure and facilities in Western Sydney, and Campbelltown is one of 15 LGAs who qualify for $5 billion in potential funding.

You can help allocate these funds to Campbelltown with your suggestions and ideas.

Funding

At first, $3 billion will be made available to NSW Government agencies to deliver transformational projects informed by your feedback.

A further $2 billion will be reserved for high priority community projects, with an initial $400 million allocation specifically for shovel-ready local projects.

STAGE ONE - CURRENTLY OPEN

Informed by community feedback, the NSW Government will allocate $3 billion to priority projects.

The Community Project Grants – Competitive Round is now open. A few important points to be aware of;

  • Eligible organisations will need to lodge a Registration of Interest to participate in the process before 5pm on 21 April 2022
  • Registrations of Interest will then be considered by the NSW Government with applicants being informed of the outcome prior to the formal grant round opening
  • The formal grant round will open on 2 May 2022 and will close on 27 June 2022 for those applicants supported through the Registration of Interest process.
  • There is a minimum grant funding amount of $250,000.

WANT TO KNOW MORE

NSW WestInvest will hold two free online webinars where you may hear further information and ask any questions:

Live Webinar 1: WestInvest - How to register your interest

Date: 11 April 2022

Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Live Webinar 2: WestInvest – How to apply for funding

Date: 9 May 2022

Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Registrations for the webinars are essential and can be made through Eventbrite. Please visit the WestInvest website for more details and to register.

NEXT STEPS

If your proposed project is on Council land, you must seek Councils formal consent as the land owner in advance of submitting your application.

If you feel your organisation would like to pursue an application, please read the application requirements carefully and contact us via the below form to seek land owners consent or to seek assistance.


Further information for Stage two and three below will be released as we recieve it from WestInvest.

Stage Two: From May, an initial Local Government Fund will deliver immediate community benefits, with LGAs eligible for a share in $400 million.

Stage Three: The remaining $1.6 billion will be allocated through competitive grant rounds open to non-government organisations such as community groups, not-for-profits, as well as Aboriginal Land Councils and local councils.

Qualifying Projects

Funding is allocated to six key areas:

. Parks, urban and green spaces;

. Community infrastructure (e.g. sporting grounds)

. Upgrades to local schools

. Creating and enhancing arts and cultural facilities;

. Revitalising high-visitation streets

. Improvements to local traffic and transport infrastructure.

Page last updated: 30 May 2022, 11:28 AM