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Case Study

Stakeholder Engagement and Regional Planning

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The project involved Advisian (previously WorleyParsons) coordinating and facilitating housing and homelessness workshops across regional Queensland, with the consultation outcomes informing Government regional planning.

The Situation

Advisian’s (previously WorleyParsons) Social Performance team was appointed by the Department of Housing and Public works to complete an independent stakeholder engagement and regional planning project on behalf of the Queensland Government. 

team members in meeting room

Approach

The project involved Advisian (previously WorleyParsons) coordinating and facilitating housing and homelessness workshops across regional Queensland, with the consultation outcomes informing Government regional planning. 

Key stakeholders invited to the workshops included, but were not limited to housing and homelessness providers, property developers and managers, local government, community service organisations, tenant representation groups and other relevant organisations.

We were responsible for:

  • Stakeholder engagement planning, including producing a Stakeholder Engagement Plan, frequently asked questions, communication materials (fact sheets, presentations, mailbox etc.)

  • Organising and hosting engagement events – interviews, focus groups, all-day workshops

  • Liaising with 100’s of stakeholders across the South West regional Queensland through to the Sunshine Coast and Central Queensland

  • Producing regional housing engagement reports, incorporating stakeholder feedback. 

 

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