SPIRE is the largest healthcare infrastructure project undertaken by the ACT Government with an investment of over $500 million, SPIRE will deliver increased capacity across Canberra Hospital’s adult and paediatric intensive care, surgical, coronary and emergency services. Communication Link provided embedded communication and engagement resources to support the project’s strategy development and on-ground delivery.
As the ACT moves towards a net zero greenhouse gas emission future, Evoenergy are working to understand what that means for their networks and their consumers. To help understand consumer expectations during this time, Communication Link working with Double Arrow Consulting planned and facilitated a citizens’ jury on this subject. The jury produced a recommendation
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Location: ACT Communication Link has a long working relationship with Evoenergy (and its predecessor ActewAGL Distribution) providing a range of engagement, facilitation and communication services. In 2014, we developed and implemented the organisation’s inaugural Consumer Engagement Strategy, which included the establishment and management of the Energy Consumer Reference Council. Since then we have worked to
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Location: ACT Communication Link has provided a range of community and stakeholder engagement services to Icon Water (and predecessors ACTEW Water and Actew Corporation) dating back to 2007 when Communication Link was managing engagement relating to planning approvals for the Enlarged Cotter Dam and Murrumbidgee to Googong Pipeline. Most recently we have been providing strategic
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Communication Link provided embedded and flexible resources to develop and deliver stage two consultation for Transport Canberra’s New Bus Network. Included in the program was the delivery of content and media response management, online survey, ‘drop-in’ and ‘pop-up’ sessions across Canberra, preparation and distribution of tailored timetables and fact sheets for schools, senior stakeholder meetings
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Communication Link provided communication management services to the Access Canberra’s Communications and Strategic Engagement team. Communication Link assisted with the development and implementation of communication campaigns across a range of ACT Government initiatives and services, strategic communication planning, media management, and ministerial liaison.
Location: ACT Communication Link has been engaged on a number of projects to provide communications and organisational change management advisory services to ACT Health, including communications resources audit and reporting; communications, engagement and marketing strategy for System Wide Data Review and facilitation of workshops for the CC2H (Care Closer to Home) program and the establishment
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Location: ACT Communication Link has a proud and parochial history focused on helping to bring light rail to Canberra. Communication Link ran community consultation activities for Capital Metro in 2014 and prepared the communications and stakeholder engagement aspects of the bid to construct Light Rail Stage 1 by the successful consortium; incorporating John Holland, CPB
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Location: ACT Communication Link provides specialist stakeholder engagement, communications and organisational change management services using the PROSCI methodology in an AGILE framework, to support the roll out of new technology and associated changes to operating procedures.
Location: Queanbeyan, NSW Communication Link is working with WBHO Infrastructure to deliver on-the-ground resident engagement to support the construction of the Ellerton Drive Extension and the duplication of the Old Cooma Road in Queanbeyan NSW, including extensive liaison with the developers of Googong and other regular road-users. Through WBHO Infrastructure, Communication Link is delivering community
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