Project Prototype


Background

In this section, you need to set up the context. What are the motivations that lead to the creation of this project? One or two sentences are sufficient to explain the origin of the project.


Proposition

This is the "what" of the project. In this section, you explain what is the project. Use the first paragraph to describe the project in a nutshell. The viewer needs to have a good grasp of the project by just reading this paragraph.

Then, in a second paragraph, you can expand and provide further relevant details.

  • Don't hesitate
  • To use
  • Bullet list

Bullet lists are great to provide clear information.


Execution

This is the "how" of the project. In this section, you expand on technical details about the means implemented to bring this project to fruition.

This is in this section that you might highlight potential inconveniences to the community, such as noise, closed roads, smell, etc.

  • And again
  • Don't hesitate
  • To use bullet list

Bullet lists are great to provide clear information.


Objectives

This is the "why" of the project. In this section, you go through the expected outcomes of the project. Think short and long term.

  • And again
  • Don't hesitate
  • To use bullet list

It will keep the information succinct and intelligible.


Timeline

This is the "when" of the project. In this section, you need to indicate the starting and ending dates.

You also need to put the deadline to provide feedback.


Next Steps

This section is optional. You can go through the key steps ahead before the start of the project. For example, the fact the project team will review the feedback provided and refine the draft policy if required. Following this, the draft policy will be presented to Council for final determination.


Get Involved

In this section, you give clear guidance about how people can interact with the project team. You can for example indicate the viewer can get involved and share their thoughts by completing the online survey below.

Or they can contact an officer and indicate an email@adress and a phone number 9273 6000.


Background

In this section, you need to set up the context. What are the motivations that lead to the creation of this project? One or two sentences are sufficient to explain the origin of the project.


Proposition

This is the "what" of the project. In this section, you explain what is the project. Use the first paragraph to describe the project in a nutshell. The viewer needs to have a good grasp of the project by just reading this paragraph.

Then, in a second paragraph, you can expand and provide further relevant details.

  • Don't hesitate
  • To use
  • Bullet list

Bullet lists are great to provide clear information.


Execution

This is the "how" of the project. In this section, you expand on technical details about the means implemented to bring this project to fruition.

This is in this section that you might highlight potential inconveniences to the community, such as noise, closed roads, smell, etc.

  • And again
  • Don't hesitate
  • To use bullet list

Bullet lists are great to provide clear information.


Objectives

This is the "why" of the project. In this section, you go through the expected outcomes of the project. Think short and long term.

  • And again
  • Don't hesitate
  • To use bullet list

It will keep the information succinct and intelligible.


Timeline

This is the "when" of the project. In this section, you need to indicate the starting and ending dates.

You also need to put the deadline to provide feedback.


Next Steps

This section is optional. You can go through the key steps ahead before the start of the project. For example, the fact the project team will review the feedback provided and refine the draft policy if required. Following this, the draft policy will be presented to Council for final determination.


Get Involved

In this section, you give clear guidance about how people can interact with the project team. You can for example indicate the viewer can get involved and share their thoughts by completing the online survey below.

Or they can contact an officer and indicate an email@adress and a phone number 9273 6000.

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