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Regional Development Fund – Community Infrastructure Program (CIP)
Program ID: 11199
Overview
This program offers support in delivering critical community economic infrastructure that creates sustainable economic benefits to the State or broader region, is strategically important to the State, the region or a major industry, and is viable and sustainable in the medium to longer term.

The program is part of the Regional Development Fund (RDF). The broad objectives of the RDF are to support regional economic development by:
- Creating new jobs and improving career opportunities.
- Providing better infrastructure facilities and services.
- Strengthening the economic, social and environmental base of communities.
- Supporting the development and delivery of projects.
- Leveraging funding and investment.

Grants between $200,000 and $1 million are available with leveraged funding at a minimum ratio of 2:1. Preference will be given to projects that commence within six months of approval with the funds fully acquitted within 24 months of commencement.
Who Can Apply
Eligible applicants include:
- Incorporated associations
- Local governing authorities
- Business (where the benefit extend to the broader community)

Eligible applicants must:
- Be legal entities, that is with which the Commonwealth government and the South Australian government can enter into a legally binding funding agreement.
- Have an Australian Business Number (ABN).
- Demonstrate the balance of project funding required to complete the project, exclusive of in-kind contributions.

Regional Development Australia associations may apply in their own right or as a lead member of a consortium.
Eligible Activities
Eligible project proposals include those that:
- Leverage funds from non-State government sources and/or that foster collaboration.
- Demonstrate a commitment to employing locally, local investment and local supplier inputs wherever possible.
- Are located in areas defined by the State government non metropolitan regions boundaries as the Greater Adelaide Area and Country Regions.
Main Assessment Criteria
The main assessment criteria include whether the project:
- Is a critical community infrastructure with direct economic benefit for the region.

- Creates sustainable economic benefits to the State or region such as new jobs, investment or higher incomes.
- Is strategically important to the State, the region or a major industry.
- Is viable and sustainable in the medium to longer term.
- Is cost effective and ‘fit for purpose’.
- Does not unreasonably impact upon existing businesses, industries or communities.
- Are not more appropriately funded by other State, Commonwealth and/or local government or industry sources.
Applies to
DocumentationUploaded
GuidelinesNovember 2016
RecipientsNovember 2016
Use these documents as a guide only - always get the latest direct from the Administrator
Status Pending
Start Application 29 October 2015
Opening Date 12 November 2015
Closing Date 15 January 2016
Closing Information
This program is available annually. The next funding round is yet to be announced.
Funding Type Grant
Minimum Funding $200,000
Maximum Funding $1.0M
Requires Co-contribution? Yes
Competitive Yes
Location South Australia
Industry
General - Non-Industry Specific
Activities
Infrastructure / Equipment
Innovation and R&D
Marketing
Difficulty Rating
Department
Department of Primary Industries and Regions (DPIR)
Program Administrator
Primary Industries and Regions South Australia (PIRSA)
Telephone 08 8226 0232
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