Safer Communities Fund – Round 5 – Northern Territory Infrastructure Grants


Safer Communities Fund – Round 5 – Northern Territory Infrastructure Grants provides not for profit organisations and local government agencies in the Northern Territory with grants of up to $1 million for infrastructure and environmental design activities to reduce crime, violence, anti-social behaviour and/or other security risks and improve community safety and wellbeing in the Northern Territory.

Open
Open date: 29 Oct 2019 09:00 AM AEDT
Close date: 10 Dec 2019 05:00 PM AEDT.
What do you get?

Grants from $10,000 to $1 million.

Who is this for?

  • an incorporated not for profit organisation
  • an Australian local government agency or body as defined in appendix A of the Grant Opportunity Guideline
     

Overview


The objective of this grant opportunity is to reduce crime, violence, anti-social behaviour and/or other security risks and improve community safety and wellbeing in the Northern Territory.

Eligible activities can include the following:

  • Infrastructure activities, such as installing
    • fixed or mobile CCTV cameras
    • security lighting
    • fencing and gates
    • bollards
    • external blast walls and windows
    • security and alarm systems
    • public address systems
    • intercoms and swipe access.
  • Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED)

The minimum grant amount is $10,000.

The maximum grant amount is $1 million.

The grant amount will be up to 100% of eligible project costs.

The maximum grant period is 36 months.

Projects must be completed by 30 June 2023.

The Safer Communities Fund Round 5 includes two other streams:

  • Infrastructure grants
  • Early Intervention grants and further information on this stream will be available on business.gov.au by early 2020.

Eligibility


What are the eligibility criteria?

To be eligible you must:

  • have an Australian business number (ABN)
  • be located in the Northern Territory

and be one of the following entities:

  • an incorporated not for profit organisation
  • an Australian local government agency or body as defined in appendix A of the Grant Opportunity Guidelines.

Applying


How do you apply?

You should read the grant opportunity guidelines and sample grant agreement before you apply. Grant opportunity guidelines provide detailed information on the grant opportunity, including grant activity objectives; all eligibility and assessment criteria; the assessment processes; reporting and acquittal requirements; and a description of review mechanisms.

To apply, you must submit your application through the online portal. You will need to set up an account when you first log into the portal. The portal allows you to apply for and manage a grant or service in a secure online environment.

For assistance with the application form contact us.

 

Apply now

Before you apply, make sure you:

  • read the guidelines
  • review the sample grant agreement
  • meet the assessment criteria
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Key documents


Grant opportunity guidelines

Fact sheet: how to apply

Sample grant agreement – simple

Exchange of letters grant agreement

Letter template – authority to undertake the project at the nominated site