Project:Residential Development

Co-design process and facilitation
Frasers Property

Co-design process and facilitation Frasers Property

#Overview

Developed multi-stage co-design process and facilitation between developer and Traditional Owners

Plan C developed and delivered multi-stage co-design process and facilitation between developer Frasers Property Australia, Yuggera Ugarapul People Native Title Applicants and historical stakeholders (descendants of Aboriginal people who were moved to the mission), spanning design and construction, procurement, management and land ownership of the former mission site in partnership with Lat27.

#Key Outcomes Achieved

Designed and delivered a co-design process that engaged with key Indigenous stakeholders

Helped to build relationships between the developer, Traditional Owners and historical connections

Achieved an outcome that acknowledges and respects the site and its history

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