Since 2015, the NSW Government has funded more than 380 community projects worth $67 million under the Infrastructure Grants Program.
Branxton Interchange – the gateway to the region’s wine and tourist district – will be the prime location for housing, employment and services in the Upper Hunter and will include a new Town Centre, including core retail, commercial and bulky goods use.
Applications are now open for the NSW Government’s Greater Cities and Regional Sport Facility Fund to create and upgrade sport facilities in the Upper Hunter electorate.
The Export Assistance Grants program provides grants of up to $10,000 is now open for eligible businesses who are exporting or were exporting before being impacted by COVID-19, bushfires or drought.
The Roof Replacement Program will boost Upper Hunter electorate construction economy through providing roof repairs and replacement to high priority schools.
The new facility will replace the current station which has served the surrounding communities for more than 40 years.
This important program, which was created by the Nationals in Government, is an example of what is available to all communities in local government areas outside the Sydney metropolitan area that are related to mining.
Construction on the Singleton Bypass is on track to start in 2023, with funding committed to finalise planning and deliver the bypass.