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Stakeholder engagement for disaster management in master-planned communities

Source(s):  Australian Journal of Emergency Management (AIDR) (AJEM)

Stakeholder engagement is an important part of planning for emergencies and disasters. This paper describes and discusses the processes of engagement, particularly information sharing, between local government disaster managers, land-use planners and the developer of a large master-planned community in Logan City in South East Queensland. Due to its large scale and importance for the local economy, this development has been designated as a Priority Development Area by the Queensland Government, meaning that approval processes are managed by the state rather than the local government. This study found that local disaster managers are keen to promote strategic disaster planning by improving their engagement with state-level planning, development and assessment processes governing priority development areas. Collaboration with local ‘place managers’ emerges as a potential way forward. A better understanding of the roles, responsibilities, accessible information and opportunities for collaboration across stakeholders and between disaster management and planning frameworks can facilitate improved outcomes for emergency and disaster management.

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  • Stakeholder engagement for disaster management in master-planned communities
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Associate Professor Bajracharya, Bhishna; Hastings,Peter
  • Number of pages 7 p.

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