Bring Forward Capital Works and Maintenance – NSW

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In NSW - The Government has promised to bring forward capital works and maintenance to the value of $500 million.

The NSW government is pledging $500 million to bring forward capital works and maintenance.

This measure will provide opportunities to businesses of all sizes and create employment as a result.

“We are supporting businesses by lowering costs through tax cuts and fee reductions, and working to boost jobs by funding ready-to-go capital work and maintenance projects as a priority,” the NSW treasurer said.

Further details will be provided as they become available.

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FAQs

Businesses of all sizes will benefit from these opportunities. It will also create employment as a result.

The NSW government has promised $500 million to be put towards this stimulus measure.

Bring Forward Capital Works and Maintenance - NSW - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Who will be helped by bringing capital works forward?

Businesses of all sizes will benefit from these opportunities. It will also create employment as a result.

How much is being pledgedtowards bringing capital works forward in NSW?

The NSW government has promised $500 million to be put towards this stimulus measure.

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