KJA has a new owner - Environmental Resources Management, or ERM.
KJA has growth ambitions and a desire to continue innovating and collaborating in the stakeholder engagement and communications field. The new ownership structure will allow us to do this and to take our specialist focus to projects more broadly across Australia, the Asia Pacific region and globally.
ERM is a world leading environmental and sustainability consultancy and the KJA team are very pleased to become part of their international network of companies.
Congratulations to Program Director Linda Armstrong and Senior Project Managers Kate Thomson and Nicole Ekert for completing and obtaining accreditation from Consultation Manager.
Linda, Kate and Nicole are all now listed on the Consultation Manager website as accredited users.
You can access the accredited user page HERE
Members of the KJA team are supporting our client by taking as many steps as possible until Monday 1 October. We are seeking your support to help reach our Steptember $500 fundraising target. We’re already over half-way there, but your support would be truly appreciated.
KJA Associate, Joanna Quilty, provides eight tips for engaging with vulnerable communities, based on her experience of running the community and stakeholder engagement on large redevelopment projects in New South Wales.
KJA Program Director and Town Planner Andrew Abbey, argues that effective communication is required, if urban development pressure is to be tackled by both the government and private sector.