Engagement is core to what we do. To plan and successfully deliver our projects we work with government agencies, local councils, the private sector and local communities.
The Landcom Act requires us to consider the interests of the communities in which we work. This can be challenging at times because development can be a sensitive issue and needs to balance the needs and interests of different communities.
As a state-owned corporation, our projects need to consider sometimes contrasting stakeholder interests. We seek the input of all those who have a stake in the outcomes of what we do, to inform our projects and enable the Government to make better decisions that balance the needs of different communities.
To succeed, we need meaningful participation from the many organisations, people and groups who have a stake in the evolution of our regions and cities, including the communities who know them best.
Our Engagement Charter outlines our commitment to stakeholder engagement and to continued learning and improvement in our engagement practice, to help realise our ambition to improve the supply, diversity and affordability of new housing in Sydney and NSW by partnering with others and showing leadership.