Pilbara Development Commission - Regional Grants Scheme
The Regional Grants Scheme invests in projects which assist in attracting investment, increasing jobs, and improving quality of life to improve economic and community infrastructure and services in the Pilbara.
Funding is available to assist the development of infrastructure, services and community projects intended to build vibrant regions with strong economies. These are key outcomes of the Pilbara Regional Investment Blueprint; a plan that will redefine the region to one of a diverse economy with modern and vibrant communities.
The Regional Grants Scheme is administered by the Pilbara Development Commission and is supported by Royalties for Regions.
The Regional Grants Scheme’s broad objectives are to:
Retain and build the benefits of regional communities.
Support improved, relevant and accessible local services.
Enable communities to deliver a sustainable economic and social future.
Assist regional communities to prosper through increased employment, business and industry development opportunities.
Increase capacity for local strategic planning and decision-making.
The Regional Grants Scheme provides grants for the development of infrastructure, services and community projects intended to build vibrant regions with strong economies.
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City of Karratha, Construction of Nickol West Park expansion, $300,000
Yaandina Family Centre Limited, HACC Home and Gardens, Administration Refurbishment, $300,000
Kalyuku Ninti - Puntuku Ngurra Ltd, Martu Leadership Project, $125,000
Onslow Chamber of Commerce and Industry Incorporated, OCCI Business Support Program, $162,780
Aboriginal Male's Healing Centre Strong Spirit Strong Families Strong Culture Incorporated, Program Design - Aboriginal Male Healing Centre, $273,000
Western Australian Centre for Remote and Rural Medicine Limited, Forward to Fellowship – Pilbara, $106,386
Pilbara Regional Council, Reinvigoration of Warlu Way Signage, $299,500
Big hART Incorporated, Roebourne Training Lab, $100,000