An example of a tool SCIRT has used to communicate its projects to a community.
An example of a tool SCIRT has used to communicate its projects to the business community.
A document containing examples of items provided in a folder for businesses. These are taken to the initial face-to-face meeting with business owners to discuss the impact and disruption of upcoming SCIRT rebuild works.
A document containing examples of newsletters printed and distributed to the inner city businesses and residents, to prepare them for the upcoming SCIRT rebuild work and update them on the positive progress being made.
A document containing examples of items and activities SCIRT implemented as part of the programme to support businesses affected and disrupted by SCIRT central city rebuild work.
An advertisement from April 2016 informing residents that local businesses are still open, despite detours and roadworks.
A photograph taken in 2013, showing one of the 32 large 'Open for Business' signs placed on all of the main routes into the CBD.
A tool, including an outline and run sheet, used by the SCIRT Communication Team when delivering a series of workshops to SCIRT engineers about working around businesses.
A tool, including an outline, resources and a survey sheet, used by SCIRT's Transport Planning Manager when delivering a series of toolboxes to SCIRT traffic staff about working around businesses.