Community Consultation Policy Review

The City of Vincent is one of Perth’s most densely populated and multicultural localities with a population over nearly 40,000 people. We are proud of our rich tapestry of people that collectively create a colourful and vibrant place to live, work and visit. As a local authority we are invested in making sure our community is a part of shaping the future of the City and given the right means to express and share ideas that will continue to make the City of Vincent a desirable place to exist.

The City is committed to listening to and understanding the aspirations, values and needs of our residents and business community. We want to ensure that Council can make informed decisions that will continue to support and deliver on these key elements that form the cornerstone of what the City prospers and thrives from.

The City of Vincent is one of Perth’s most densely populated and multicultural localities with a population over nearly 40,000 people. We are proud of our rich tapestry of people that collectively create a colourful and vibrant place to live, work and visit. As a local authority we are invested in making sure our community is a part of shaping the future of the City and given the right means to express and share ideas that will continue to make the City of Vincent a desirable place to exist.

The City is committed to listening to and understanding the aspirations, values and needs of our residents and business community. We want to ensure that Council can make informed decisions that will continue to support and deliver on these key elements that form the cornerstone of what the City prospers and thrives from.

  • The City is undertaking a review of the City’s Policy 4.1.05 – Community Consultation. As part of this review, we are reaching out to all relevant business units to take part in helping shape the future of community consultation and engagement within the City.  

    The review will culminate in a revised Community Consultation Policy and a Community Engagement Framework that will provide further clarity and simplification of how and when we consult.

    The purpose of this survey is to help us better understand how we currently engage, what are some of the learning lessons from past engagement

    The City is undertaking a review of the City’s Policy 4.1.05 – Community Consultation. As part of this review, we are reaching out to all relevant business units to take part in helping shape the future of community consultation and engagement within the City.  

    The review will culminate in a revised Community Consultation Policy and a Community Engagement Framework that will provide further clarity and simplification of how and when we consult.

    The purpose of this survey is to help us better understand how we currently engage, what are some of the learning lessons from past engagement projects, and how can we improve our approach and understanding to engagement practices into the future. 

    We will be reporting the outcomes of this survey back to you – our stakeholders – and we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to express what you feel is appropriate to help shape the way we will engage and consult going forward.

    Your identity will remain confidential. Your responses will be combined with those of many others and summarised in a report to further protect your anonymity.

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