About the Project
Despite repeated policy-related calls to make community engagement process an integral part of the planning system, no research in construction management or planning has been undertaken to investigate how this can be done or how this can be best achieved. Therefore, this research is framed within the context of construction developers who must, in line with contemporary expectations manage the community engagement process more effectively in these developments. There is a sense that a more effective way to improve community engagement is through developers providing leadership in the way they procure renewable energy developments. The primary research objective is to explore the underlying institutional and industry environments, and how these could be effectively managed to pave the way for more conducive approaches for genuine community engagement to take place. Regulators would be looking to the industry for support and evidence on how community engagement can be incorporated into the planning system, and the speed in which this can take place. In this instance, the basis for public policy change would be drawn from industry best practice approach. The twin reseach objective would be to explore the extent to which this can materialise.
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