Council will extend the Business Recovery Planning Initiative and will offer a second round of free consultation sessions to local businesses. Applications reopen on 1 July 2020. WDRC will reimburse professional service providers up to $605 for each business consult so business owners are supported at this critical time in their recovery.
Carrick Aland has been approved as professional service providers in Western Downs Regional Council’s Business Recovery Planning Initiative. Businesses operating for-profit and located in the WDRC Local Government Area will be eligible to apply for funding for a COVID-19 business recovery consultation session. Apply now.
From 23 March 2020, Carrick Aland’s Chinchilla office will be relocated to premises within the Chinchilla Community Centre at 67-71 Middle Street. Director, Greg Burton, said the relocation from Bell Street will be a critical step for Carrick Aland’s presence on the Western Downs.