The Catalyst Infrastructure Program (CIP) is a Queensland Government initiative to invest in urban infrastructure that unlocks development and creates construction and long-term employment.
Funding of CIP infrastructure will be through co-investment by Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) on behalf of the government, and another party or parties.
The government will be seeking repayment of its investment over time. Co-investors may include local governments, utility providers and developers.
Download the CIP guidelines ( 92 KB) or refer to the frequently asked questions below for further information on the program.
Frequently asked questions
What is the Catalyst Infrastructure Program (CIP)?
What is catalyst infrastructure?
What is co-investment?
Who is eligible for CIP funding?
What infrastructure projects could be considered for CIP funding?
What will government consider in deciding whether to co-invest in a project?
If a proponent is successful, will they need to enter into an agreement?
How and when will CIP funding be paid back to the government?
What interest is payable on co-investment?
Will the government manage the delivery of the CIP infrastructure?
How will CIP encourage development activity?
What will happen to the projects previously approved under the Priority Development Infrastructure Co-investment Program?
How to apply
There is no formal application process and proposals are assessed on a case-by-case basis.
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For more information:
- Phone: 07 3452 7404