NRAR’s stakeholders are the people and groups that could affect or be affected by our activities. Here you will find how we’re engaging with them and the broader community.
How we talk with the community
NRAR is committed to interacting with our stakeholders and the community in a way that is:
- open and transparent. This is important to protect the integrity of NRAR’s work and encourage trust and genuine engagement.
- respectful and attentive. We listen to and acknowledge the perspective of our stakeholders to encourage a two-way relationship.
- responsible and timely. We see every interaction with our stakeholders as significant and will always try to respond to questions or requests quickly.
Implementation and responsibility
NRAR’s stakeholder engagement strategy aims to inform, consult, involve, collaborate with and empower NRAR’s stakeholders. This fits with the guidelines developed by the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2).
Stakeholder engagement strategy
Our stakeholders are the individuals and groups that could affect or be affected by our activities. Find out more about the work we do with the community in our stakeholder engagement strategy.
NRAR meets and consults with NSW water users on a regular basis. Find an upcoming event near you.
Here you will find more on the campaigns created to help water users become voluntarily compliant.
NRAR’s Chief Regulatory Officer Grant Barnes regularly visits NRAR field staff across the state and meets with major stakeholders.