Engagement & land access
At CNC Project Management, we recognise that community and stakeholder involvement is critical to a project’s success. We value communities’ knowledge and perspectives when developing solutions and we respect their right to have an input and be heard.
Our professional engagement and land access team has decades of experience connecting with the community and gaining the support of those who live and work in the area. CNC has successfully negotiated hundreds of land access agreements for our clients, who trust our experienced and friendly team to engage openly and honestly with landowners.
We work side-by-side with our clients and landowners to create a shared understanding of their individual interests and objectives. This enables both parties to move forward and agree on a solution.
We believe that engagement is unique on every project. We work with engineers, designers and construction teams to assess the risks and opportunities before we decide on the best way to engage stakeholders and the community.
Our experienced team frequently prepares and implements Engagement Plans. With a robust and well-implemented plan, our clients can achieve community acceptance and understanding about the project, its purpose and benefits.
We are experienced in working with Indigenous community groups and individuals. We have a strong track record in obtaining native title agreements and negotiating Indigenous Land Use Agreements.
Capital works planning and delivery, Melbourne WaterCNC provides specialist advice and guidance to Melbourne Water on individual projects, as well as capital works planning and strategy.
Victorian Northern Interconnect Expansion, Spiecapag LucasCNC was selected by Spiecapag Lucas Joint Venture to supply onsite environmental and landholder liaison management to the Victorian Northern Interconnect Expansion (VNIE) Project.
Narrabri to Wellington and Coolah to Newcastle Gas PipelinesEastern Star Gas (now Santos) engaged CNC to project manage approvals and land access for the Narrabri to Wellington and Cobbora to Newcastle Gas Pipeline projects, measuring a total of 565 kilometres.
Footscray to Deer Park Project, Regional Rail LinkCNC liaised with residents and helped facilitate the property condition surveys on the Footscray to Deer Park section of the Regional Rail Link project.
Victorian Desalination Project, Thiess Degrémont NACAP JVWe managed all community and landowner engagement as part of the underground power and pipeline section of the Victorian Desalination Project.