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Project proponents must notify the Australian Industry Participation (AIP) Authority when they start planning a major project.
Complete the AIP Notification Form [137KB DOCX] and send it to aip [at] industry.gov.au.
You must submit the form within 60 days of the earliest of the following events:
At any other time you become aware your project may be a major project you must notify the AIP Authority within 14 days via the form.
The notification ensures the AIP Authority is aware of the project and can discuss with you:
Read more in the Guideline for AIP Plan trigger dates [321KB PDF] [87KB DOCX].
On receipt of the form, the AIP Authority will register the project and confirm the trigger date with you. Information you provide in the notification form is confidential and will not be published.
You must notify the AIP Authority if there is a change in project proponent/s or if the project is discontinued, cancelled or postponed.
After you notify the AIP Authority of your project, the next step is to prepare and submit your AIP plan.
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Last updated: 3 October 2019
Content ID: 43581