Public Exhibition Documents
Documents that are currently on public exhibition are listed below. These documents have been notified and/or advertised in accordance with Council's policies. Documents that are advertised are displayed for public viewing at the Liverpool Plains Shire Council Administration Centre, 60 Station Street, Quirindi.
Please note that if there are no items listed directly below, there are currently no Public Exhibition Documents:
Applications are now open to eligible community organisations to seek grants through Liverpool Plains Shire Council’s (LPSC) Community Funding Program. Applications will close on Wednesday 5 December.
Application forms are available to download from Council’s website here http://www.lpsc.nsw.gov.au/index.php/mycommunity/communityfunding, email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop into/call the customer service desk at the Administration Centre 6746 1755, during business hours. Completed forms can be emailed to the same address, hand delivered or posted to LPSC, PO Box 152 Quirindi 2343.
LPSC Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope, said the Community Funding Program provides three streams of funding:
- Seed funding aims to encourage the development of new events across the Shire by providing not-for-profit organisations with some initial funding, up to $5,000, to help support and launch new, or one-off event activities.
- Growth funding, up to $5,000, is offered to assist event organisers to improve their existing event and to build strategic capacity within their event.
- Local sporting and recreational clubs can apply for assistance for infrastructure improvements, up to $10,000, that will have a lasting impact on the success of an event, or organisation, and provide value for the broader LPS community.
“An organisation applying for community funding must conduct the event within the Shire, be a not-for-profit entity, or have the project auspiced by a not-for-profit entity, hold current and relevant public liability insurance to the value of $20 million, commence the activity or project in the financial year in which the funding is being sought, demonstrate environmental, social and economic benefits to the Shire and be financially viable. It is vital that prospective applicants read and understand the guidelines and process,” he said.
If you require further information or explanation please contact Council’s Community Events Officer, Andrew Ballard, on 6746 1755 during business hours.
“This program recognises the vital contribution that community groups and organisations play in the development of our social capital and quality of life,” Councillor Hope concluded.