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Business Outcome Plan (pdf)
Business Outcome Plan (Word)
State Aid - Impact on Funding for Rural Priorities
Land Ownership, Control and Withdrawal
Conservation or Management Agreement
Consents and Licences
Project Expenditure Eligible Costs
Quotes and Estimates
Match Funding and In-Kind Contributions
Freedom of Information
Minimum Grazing Levels
Customer Care and Complaints
Once your contract is approved and you are carrying out the undertakings set out in it, you will need to make claims in order to be paid for the work you are carrying out. This section of guidance sets out how to make those claims, when to make them, and what can happen if you don't make them.
You should read this guidance carefully before submitting a claim, and contact your local area office if you have any questions.
There are four different types of claims under the Rural Priorities scheme:
1.Claims for Outcome Plans
2.Claims for Annual Recurrent Payments
3.Claims for Standard Cost Capital Payments
4.Claims for Actual Cost Capital Payments
Time sheets for machinery and labour, actual cost payment rates for the use of claimant's own tractors and vehicles and labour on approved eligible works, and Electrical inspection and testing certificate can be found here.
Page updated: Monday, February 04, 2013