COMMUNITY GRANT OPPORTUNITY - SEEDS OF RENEWAL 2017 COMMUNITY GRANT OPPORTUNITY - SEEDS OF RENEWAL 2017

ANZ Seeds of Renewal is a grants program designed to help build vibrant and sustainable rural communities, to ensure the ongoing prosperity of regional Australia.

The program provides small grants of up to $15,000, or technology equipment, to community organisations to help convert their ideas and ambition to build a vibrant and sustainable community into reality. ANZ's technology supplier, Lenovo will once again provide technology equipment.

Who can apply?

We invite applications from not-for-profit, community-based organisations (with an ABN or Incorporation Certificate), including social enterprises, who will deliver projects with a demonstrable medium to long term benefit to a regional community of 15,000 people or less.

For more information about how to apply, please click here.

PUBLIC CONSULTATION - DRAFT HINCHINBROOK SHIRE PLANNING SCHEME 2017 AND THE HERBERT RIVER FLOOD MAPPING UPDATE 2015 PUBLIC CONSULTATION - DRAFT HINCHINBROOK SHIRE PLANNING SCHEME 2017 AND THE HERBERT RIVER FLOOD MAPPING UPDATE 2015

Hinchinbrook Shire Council is pleased to advise that in accordance with s 117–121 of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009, Council is proceeding with public consultation of the Draft Hinchinbrook Shire Planning Scheme 2017 and the Herbert River Flood Mapping Update 2015.

The purpose of the Draft Hinchinbrook Shire Planning Scheme 2017 is to provide the community with a modern planning document that:

  • Articulates Council’s vision for the Shire and region for the next 25 years.
  • Takes advantage of, and incorporates new data available for the region into the Scheme.
  • Aligns with recent legislation changes introduced by the State Government.

Council encourages all Hinchinbrook residents and property owners to review the Draft Hinchinbrook Shire Planning Scheme 2017 and the Herbert River Flood Mapping Update 2015 and make a submission where appropriate.

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