Liverpool Range Wind Farm Project Consultation
- Community and Stakeholder Engagement
- Community Consultation Session Facilitation
- Strategy Development
- Event Management
Tilt Renewables engaged specialist communications agency C7EVEN to facilitate community engagement and consultation sessions to update the community on the proposed modifications to the Liverpool Range Wind Farm (LRWF) project.
As communications professionals with expertise in renewables projects and team members based in Tamworth and regional NSW, C7EVEN provided in-depth knowledge of the region and the approvals processes of significant infrastructure projects.
Tilt Renewables contracted C7EVEN to deliver face-to-face consultation on the Liverpool Range Wind Farm project, proposed modifications to the approved project. C7EVEN were able to take information on a complex project and feel comfortable having discussions with communities to ensure their feedback and concerns were heard and responded to. We developed a solid working relationship with the team and felt comfortable that despite the limitations on travel during COVID-19, they could represent our business on a SSD priority project.
Martine Holberton – Community and Stakeholder Advisor, TILT Renewables
C7EVEN facilitated the consultation sessions, which were delivered through a combination of channels including face-to-face information drop-in hubs, virtual one-to-one’s, webinars, street canvassing and leave-behind materials.
C7EVEN coordinated individual videoconferences on-site with the Melbourne-based Tilt Renewables project team, for consultation session attendees who had specific questions that required more in-depth technical discussion and engagement.
The importance of being able to conduct these consultations in a face-to-face environment was essential, to allow community and business to maximise their engagement and understand the proposed modifications to the Project.
Extensive reporting was conducted post-event to compile the information, feedback and data collected at the sessions, which shaped the recommendations for the proposed modifications application for the project.
A total of 79 individual consultations took place across these engagement channels and 52 different topics were discussed with the community across three days. This showed the diversity of topics discussed and also the high level of interest and engagement from local community members.
Positive sentiment generated through face to-face consultation – an important factor in engaging with the local community and updating them on the proposed project modifications provided detailed consultation report to support Project Modification Pre-Lodgement.
C7EVEN also facilitated additional media exposure of the event leveraging our network of regional media contacts.
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