Updated 19 October 2021
The Victorian Government’s Business Costs Assistance Program Round Four - Construction provides one-off payments to eligible employing and non-employing businesses in the construction sector that operate in the following local government areas:
Businesses must have incurred direct costs because of the health restrictions in place between 21 September – 4 October.
What You Get
One-off grants of $2,000 for eligible non-employing construction industry businesses, and one-off grants of $2,800, $5,600 or $8,400 for eligible employing construction industry businesses, based on payroll size.
The Regulations are long, and complicated. We’ve done our best to keep it as straightforward as possible and to break it down into
manageable chunks here.
If you require assistance with understanding your entitlements please reach out to us on 03 5911 7000.
The Victorian Government’s Business Costs Assistance Program Round Four - Construction provides one-off payments to eligible employing and non-employing businesses in the construction sector that operate in the specific local government areas.
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