To help secure the support of the local community and stakeholders for a proposed residential development in Medway
Deliver a programme of community engagement and media relations support for the landowner
Results and highlights
Maxim worked closely with the landowners, planning consultants Barton Willmore, and Baca Architects on the proposals for 130 new homes in a former quarry in Strood, Medway.
Maxim was responsible for:
Naming the development, so it would resonate well with the local community
Undertaking local stakeholder mapping to ensure we could get the right information to the right people during the project
Developing the project website to provide clear and consistent information to the local community and stakeholders
Organising and promoting the public exhibition at the local church hall, adjacent to the site
Designing the invitation and its distribution to residents for the public exhibition
Developing the content for the public exhibition panels in conjunction with the architects
Providing a briefing note for local stakeholders
Managing the public exhibition and monitoring attendance and comments, including a briefing for local councillors and media
Operating the project office, which involved taking and responding to enquiries from the public via the project phone line or website
Inputting the feedback from the public exhibition and engagement programme into the Statement of Community Involvement
Commissioner’s Place was granted permission by Medway Council
Media relations, Public affairs, Community relations, Corporate communications, Event management
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