Revenue NSW will write to applicants advising whether their application has been approved or declined, generally within 15 working days of a complete application being received.
You may lodge an objection if your HomeBuilder Grant application is declined and you do not agree with the Chief Commissioner’s decision.
Objections must be lodged within 60 days of the date of the letter advising you of the decision and must include the reasons why you believe the decision is incorrect.
Objections cannot be made on the grounds of perceived fairness but should focus on the facts as to why you consider the decision is wrong, having regard to the HomeBuilder eligibility criteria. Objections should be emailed to email@example.com
The Australian Government has provided an information about HomeBuilder.
You can contact our HomeBuilder team:
Revenue NSW audits all HomeBuilder applications for compliance with the eligibility and residency criteria. Should Revenue NSW contact you during an audit, it is a condition of receiving HomeBuilder that you must provide all information requested.
You must advise Revenue NSW within 14 days if you cease to use the property as your principal place of residence within 6 months of completion of construction or settlement.
You may be required to repay HomeBuilder if: