Making an Application

EIS applications do not form part of the application used for the CGP or SCAS capital assistance programs. EIS applications and all required supporting documentation will be submitted to the Program Manager via the email address included in the application form. Applications must be signed by the applicant school Principal and authorised by the school's Approved Authority.  

Additional information on projects eligible for EIS assistance can be accessed here.

Schools or their Approved Authorities can download an application form here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Timeframe for Applications

In 2021, applications will be submitted according to the following timeframe:

 Round Title Due Date 2021
  March 2021 (MAR21) Friday, 26 Feb
  July 2021 (JUL21) Friday, 25 Jun
  September 2021 (SEPT21) Friday, 27 Aug
  December 2021 (DEC21) Friday, 29 Oct

Requirements for Applications for Infrastructure Charges

Applications will be accepted when infrastructure charges can be evidenced under the letterhead of the relevant local government authority and/or utilities provider, such as within an Infrastructure Charges Notice or other similar documentation.

Requirements for Applications for Project Work

Applications will be accepted when a detailed scope of works for the project has been fully costed (ex GST) by qualified professional consultant/s, such as an engineer or quantity surveyor. The development conditions or requirements issued by the Relevant Entity (State or local government or utilities provider) will form the basis of the eligible project work. Part of the application assessment process will involve a full reconciliation of the proposed scope of works and estimated costs against the development conditions or requirements  provided.

An application relating to the construction of a pick-up and set down area inside the boundary of a developing school will also be accepted.  

Supporting Documentation:

  • evidence of the Relevant Entity directive, such as the development conditions issued through a local government development approval or a Queensland Government Ministerial Infrastructure Designation
  • detailed plans for the full extent of the project scope of works
  • evidence of the proposed costs (preliminary estimates or bill of quantities), as prepared by a professional consultant, and/or
  • where projects are of a minor works nature (i.e. less than $100,000), three (3) quotes should be provided as evidence of costings.