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Stakeholder and Community Engagement Strategy

The Latrobe Valley Regional Rehabilitation Strategy (LVRRS) Stakeholder and Community Engagement Strategy (Engagement Strategy) demonstrates the commitment to open and transparent engagement during the preparation of the LVRRS.

The Engagement Strategy provides a summary of the key stakeholders for the LVRRS and the aims and objectives of engagement activities to be undertaken for each of the four stages of the LVRRS' preparation.

It also outlines some of the methods and tools that will be used to obtain input from the community and other key stakeholders during the preparation of the LVRRS.

The preparation of the LVRRS is a key element of the Victorian government's response to the findings and recommendations of the Hazelwood Mine Fire Inquiry.

Development of the Engagement Strategy acquits action 180 in the Hazelwood Mine Fire Inquiry Victorian Government Implementation Plan June 2016 Hazelwood-Inquiry-Implementation-Plan.pdf (PDF 2663.51 KB)PDF icon.

A copy of the Engagement Strategy is available below:

Stakeholder and Community Engagement Strategy Stakeholder and community engagement strategy (PDF 946.27 KB)PDF icon

Stakeholder and Community Engagement Strategy Stakeholder and Community Engagement Strategy (DOCX 3017.31 KB)DOCX icon