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Williams Landing Neighbourhood Grants
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Applications for The Williams Landing Neighbourhood Grants 2018 are now CLOSED.
The Neighbourhood Grants Scheme was developed in 2009 by Cedar Woods in recognition of the important role that community groups play in building healthy and vibrant neighbourhoods.
In 2018, we will be awarding $10,000 to local community groups. Local community groups were welcome to apply for a neighbourhood grant of $500 or $1,000. Grants are available for sporting, welfare, cultural, recreational, disability support and other not-for-profit groups providing services that benefit the Williams Landing community.
To be eligible to apply, you must meet the following criteria:
• Must be not-for-profit
• Must have been in operation for more than 12 months
• Must directly benefit the Williams Landing community
• Only one application per group will be accepted
• Applications must be submitted between 1st September and 1st October 2018
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Your Transport Hub
At the hub of the town centre is a brand new, state-of-the-art train station which opened on April 28th, 2013. The train station is manned at all operating times and includes lift access to the station concourse as well as parking nearby. It sets the benchmark by which other stations around Melbourne will be judged. Private transport and logistics are also well catered for with direct linkage to the Princes Freeway. The Williams Landing station is enhanced by other features including
- A major bus interchange
- A 500-space commuter carpark
- A pedestrian bridge from Point Cook
- An extensive network of bike paths and bike storage facilities