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Department of Premier and Cabinet

Latrobe Valley Authority- EOI Form (page 1 of 7)

Introduction
The Latrobe Valley Community Facility Fund is for community projects that will help to make the Latrobe Valley a great place to live and work, and to improve the health and wellbeing of those who live here. Supported projects will need to demonstrate improvements to productivity, enhance the long term competitiveness of the Latrobe Valley, and create conditions that will attract businesses and visitors to the area.

Funding is available through two streams:

  • Liveable Latrobe Valley
    1. Stream One: Community events with funding of up to $5,000 for one to three years
    2. Stream Two: Community Space Upgrades with funding of up to $50,000. This includes up to $5,000 for stand-alone Audit/Condition reports on community facilities
    3. Stream Three: Town Infrastructure and Major Projects with funding of up to $1 million.

  • Active Latrobe Valley with funding of up to $1 million.


Prior to submitting an EOI, please contact the Latrobe Valley Authority (LVA) via email contact@lva.vic.gov.au or call 1800 136 176 to discuss the information the LVA will require in support of your project.

Please be sure to have read the relevant Program Guidelines before completing the application form.

You do not need to complete the entire Expression of Interest (EOI) form in one sitting. You will be able to save your EOI as a draft and return to finish it later. You can scroll back and forth between the pages of the draft form.

Please note: If you are an unincorporated organisation or individual, you will need an incorporated organisation to act as an auspice (supporting organisation) on your behalf.

User Registration
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Privacy and Commercial Confidentiality
The LVA collects personal information, such as your name and contact details, to assess eligibility for grant funding and to contact you about your application. Any personal information about you or a third party in the application will be collected by the LVA which is part of the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) for the purpose of fund administration. This information may be provided to other Victorian Government agencies, local government agencies or other LVA stakeholders for the purpose of assessing your application. If you intend to include personal information about third parties in your application, please ensure they are aware of the contents of this privacy statement. This information will be held by the LVA and managed in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 and the Public Records Act 1973. You can access your personal information by contacting the relevant Grant Agency. For more information, please refer to the relevant Grant Agency’s Privacy Policy.

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Data Security and Ownership
Information in this application is transmitted to a Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) secure environment once you have saved or submitted an application. Your draft form can be seen by DPC staff but will not be viewed in detail or assessed until you have submitted it.

Funding Discretionary
All decisions of the State of Victoria in relation to a funding agreement are decisions for the State of Victoria in its absolute discretion. In particular:

• the State may treat an application as invalid and not consider it if it is received late, it is incomplete, it is not reasonably able to be understood, or it does not comply with these Guidelines;
• the State may request that an applicant confirm the details in their application (including by requesting an applicant to prove their identity and place of residence);
• the submission of an application does not guarantee funding and a successful applicant may not be granted the amount of funding they requested;
• the State may extend, cancel or amend the process for applying for funding at any time without an applicant’s consent.

The State of Victoria will not negotiate on its decision in relation to funding applications or the conditions of any funding that is granted.

State Not Liable for Claims Arising from Application – The State of Victoria will not be liable for:

• any action or claim that an applicant might bring in relation to an application for funding or its assessment;
• any loss or damage, including indirect and economic loss, which an applicant might suffer in the course of applying for or accepting the provision of funding; and
• any personal injury suffered in the course of applying for or accepting the provision of funding.

The above does not apply to any liability that the law does not allow the State of Victoria to exclude.
Applicants must pay all costs associated with their application. The State will not be responsible for paying any of those costs.

No Binding Agreement - No binding agreement, legal relationship or other understanding for the supply of funding will exist between the State of Victoria and any applicant unless and until they have signed a formal written funding agreement.

 


        

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