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Community-informed reviews of emergency preparedness materials helps identify their strengths and weaknesses in being effective to help Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) community members become more prepared.

Supporting Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities to prepare for emergencies

Client: Willoughby City Council
Project: Connecting the Disaster Dots – helping CALD communities prepare for, deal with, and recover from emergencies

Building back Northern Rivers: a guideline to understand development approvals and support flood recovery

Client: NSW Department of Planning and Environment
Project: Build Back Guidance for Northern Rivers, NSW

Creating a practical resource to help navigate the planning and approval process to support local flood recovery in NSW’s Northern Rivers Region

That’s a photo of my 12 year old daughter. Riding her 3rd hand bike (with a repurposed Lime Bikes helmet) to school (from Darlinghurst to Surry Hills’ Inner Sydney High…

In 2018, Cred was engaged by the City of Sydney Council to lead a team of consultants to engage with Sydneysiders about their views on the future of Sydney’s night-life. 

Engaging with Sydneysiders around the nightlife they want

Client: City of Sydney Council
Project: Review of the Late Night Trading Premises in the City of Sydney consultation

Shaping sustainability policy through strategic conversations

Client: City of Sydney Council
Project: Planning for net zero energy buildings in Greater Sydney consultation

Cred Consulting designed and facilitated the two final stakeholder engagement sessions that finalised and presented the City of Sydney’s award-winning net zero energy buildings project, which had been in development with stakeholders since 2018. The engagement program was tailored to adhere to COVID-19 health restrictions and included an online workshop for Local Government and Greater Sydney Commission stakeholders, plus a live-streamed Q&A and briefing attended by 185 stakeholders that was opened by the Minister for Planning and Public Spaces and the Lord Mayor of Sydney, and facilitated by Cred’s Associate Director, Jen Juice.