Gladstone Regional Council Seeks Community Input For CBD Re-design

Gladstone Regional Council are undertaking a project to gain community input about the reshaping and reimagining of the area’s Central Business District. Using EHQ’s engagement tools in very innovative ways, this is a project worth looking at. Read on as we take a closer look…

Joe Kresling

Joe Kresling

2 years ago

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Bayside City Council site is a great example of displaying accessible plans

Melbourne’s Bayside City Council’s latest consultation has quickly become a great example of highly engaged participation. The Council was aware that this project – the redevelopment of a local park – would incite high public interest. To cater to the diversity of the expected audience, they utilised EngagementHQ’s visual capability to display accessible and easy to read plans, while keeping the site design simple and clear.

Joe Kresling

Joe Kresling

3 years ago

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Engage Community Online For Small Councils

How small councils are engaging their community online: Yankalilla council’s online “brand” engagement

Yankalilla is a small agriculturally-based town on the southern Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, located 72 km south of the state’s capital of Adelaide. The town is nestled in the Bungala River valley, overlooked by the southern Mount Lofty Ranges and acts as a service centre for the surrounding agricultural district. This article outlines how small […]

Don Sharples

Don Sharples

4 years ago

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New Zealand’s long-term local government planning

Western Bay of Plenty District Council and Christchurch City Council are leading the way in contemporary community engagement practice in New Zealand by engaging citizens online about their long-term plans. Planning for the long-term Under the New Zealand Local Government Act 2002, local authorities are required to produce a long-term plan, covering a ten-year period. […]

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

4 years ago

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Blue Mountains City Council

Adrienne Murphy talks about the Blue Mountains Council’s first steps into online engagement

Adrienne Murphy, the Environment Officer from the Blue Mountains City Council talks about the lessons from one Council’s first steps into online engagement. Learnings that includes early experiments in engaging its local community online about the Council’s long-term management plans. The Blue Mountains City Council is responsible for one of the largest municipal areas in […]

Tamara Shardlow

Tamara Shardlow

8 years ago

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