What is the Home Improvement Scheme?
The new $30 million home improvement scheme will help protect the Territory from the deep economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The scheme operates on a voucher system, with home owners receiving either:
What can NT Project Group provide under the Scheme?
How about a new deck to make the most of the dry season? Or installing a remote gate opener ready for the next wet season? Or just a general tidy up around the home? We have dozens of qualified tradies and contractors ready to help you develop your home. The categories we're registered in are listed below but if you have something you need done, we have the people ready to help you.
Garage door / gate installation
Water tank installation
Windows - Glazier
Repairs & Maintenance
Window Dressing (blinds/curtains/shutters/etc)
Renovation of Houses
Who can apply
You are eligible to apply if you are a registered owner of a residential property in the Northern Territory (NT). The property can be owner-occupied or used as investment.
If you are the owner of multiple properties, you can carry out improvement works to one home only.
If a property has more than one owner, only one person can apply under the scheme.
Who can't apply
Incorporated legal entities are not eligible to apply such as:
How to apply
Applications will open from 9am on Monday 6 April 2020.
When you are ready to apply, follow these steps:
Step 1. Decide what type of improvements you want done on your property.
Step 2. Call NT Project Group on 08 8942 4595 to discuss your requirements and meet for an appointment or complete the contact form below.
Step 3. NT Project Group will meet with you at your home and follow up the meeting with a quote on the works discussed.
Step 4. Using the NT Project Group quote, apply online at businessrecovery.nt.gov.au to receive a unique voucher.
Step 5. NT Project Group will complete the works quoted.
Step 6. Once the work is completed, you pay NT Project Group for the work using the voucher as part payment then we use that to be paid by the Department of Trade, Business and Innovation.