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Talking Topic Round Table Sessions
Iron Road, with the assistance of community input, developed a program called Talking Topic Round Table Sessions. These sessions were established in response to ongoing stakeholder feedback regarding the same key themes: air quality; water; visual amenity; mine closure and rehabilitation; economic outcomes and social outcomes.
The Talking Topics were designed around the technical aspects of each key issue, addressing community expectations and providing relevant information from findings of the Technical Reports undertaken as part of the mining lease process.
CEIP Community Perceptions Survey
As part of Iron Road’s commitment to continual improvement, the Company undertook a community perceptions survey across Council area’s directly impacted by the Central Eyre Iron Project (CEIP). This survey was facilitated by an independent Adelaide research firm, Square Holes and conducted randomly via telephone. The purpose was to seek current community perceptions on the benefits and challenges that may be a result of the CEIP, assess Iron Road’s current engagement process and inform the Company’s engagement plan going forward. This will serve as a baseline for future surveys that may be developed to measure changes in community perceptions.