BYRON BIKE RACK PROJECT
TERMS & CONDITIONS
1. This is a game of skill. Chance plays no part in determining the winner. Each entry will be individually judged, based upon individual creative merit. All entries must be an independent creation by the entrant and must not infringe any third party rights.
2. At least one of the persons named as applicant in each entry must reside in the Northern Rivers. At least one of the persons named as applicant in each entry must be 18 years or over. Employees and their immediate families of the Promoter and its agencies associated with this promotion (including Byron Shire Council) are exempt from the promotion.
3. Any person may only be named in one application. The Promoter reserves the right to verify the validity of entries.
4. To enter, entrants are required to submit a minimum of three designs – which can be unique to each site or the same. A maximum of seven designs will be accepted. For each design, applicants will require to propose the intended site as per the location map in the competition general requirements guidelines.
5. Applicants will be required to submit an entry in two stages. The first stage is an online submission providing concept designs and general information about the artwork and design. Entry into the first stage closes at midnight 29 January 2018. Shortlisted applicants will then be notified by 6 February 2018.
6. If your project is shortlisted as a finalist, you will be required to submit a second application within 3 weeks of notice. This will consist of a maintenance manual, risk assessment and detailed design and costings each shortlisted design. Guidelines will be provided to shortlisted applicants.
7. The designs will be judged in two stages the first stage by a committee from Byron Shire Council Public Art Panel and the second stage by members from Byron Shire Council Public Art Panel and four pre-selected Northern Rivers residents which include Daniel Smith, Trent McPherson, Paul Harrington, Jess Leitmanis and Marty Johnson.
8. Byron Shire Council is responsible for the installation, ongoing repairs and maintenance and insurance obligations of the bike racks only once they have been delivered to Byron Shire Council.
9. The promoter reserves the right to withdraw or amend the competition as necessary due to circumstances outside its control.
10. Prize cannot be gifted to other persons in lieu of the winner not being able to create the bike racks. Should the winner not be able to complete all aspects of the competition within the competition timelines, it will be at the full discretion of the promoter as to how any remaining components of the competition are completed.
11. The winner is responsible for all costs involved in the design and construction of the bike racks and it is the winner’s responsibility to ensure that the $20,000 prize is sufficient to cover all such costs. The prize will be paid on an instalment basis; the amount and timing of these instalments will be negotiated with the winner of the competition.
12. The winner is required to hold their own public liability insurance to the value of $20 million, and must provide a certificate of currency prior to payment of the prize.
13. The promoter shall not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever which is suffered (including, but not limited to, indirect or consequential loss) or for personal injury which is suffered or sustained, in connection with the competition (including design, construction and installation of the winning entry), except for any liability which cannot by law be excluded.
14. Promotion commences 22 November 2018. Entries for stage 1 close midnight 29 January 2018 AEDT.
15. The winning entry becomes the property of Byron Shire Council, and the winning applicant hereby assigns all copyright, design and other intellectual property rights in the winning entry to Byron Shire Council, and must sign any deed or agreement which documents such assignment. The promoter and the Byron Shire Council may use the entrant’s names and design for any commercial purpose, including future promotional marketing and publicity purposes, and for construction of additional bike racks (including making any modifications which they see fit in their sole discretion).
16. The Shortlisted entries will be judged at Stone & Wood Brewery, 4 Boronia Place Byron Bay between 25 February to 28 February 2018 the winner will be notified in writing by email within two (2) working days of the conclusion of the second round of judging.
17. If the promoter is unable to contact the winner within 10 days of the draw and the promoter has made every effort to contact them with the information provided by the entrant then the promoter will award the prize to another valid entrant.
18. The winner’s name will be published at www.stoneandwood.com.au within 20 days of the final decision.
19. The Promoter is Stone & Wood Brewing Company Pty Ltd, 4 Boronia Place, Byron Bay NSW, ABN 18 124 487 510.
20. By entering the competition, all entrants will be deemed to have accepted and agreed to be bound by these rules.