The METServe team works closely with local communities, governments, stakeholders and Traditional Owners to foster our clients social license to operate.

Stakeholder consultation and social impact services include:

  • Consultation database development and management
  • Stakeholder identification, surveys and engagement
  • Social and socio-economic impact assessments
  • Community consultation and reporting
  • Public engagement and notification
  • Project website management
  • Community baseline studies
  • Regulator engagement
  • Facilitation of public information days, public meetings and workshops
  • First-point-of-contact for stakeholder/community consultation
  • Community consultation – group development and feedback
  • Community flyer and support materials print management
  • Indigenous communities engagement and consultation
  • Media releases and advertisement preparation
  • Marketing and display material
  • Project identity assistance