Interacting with your site community is vital, in order to build good relations, with local residents and businesses.
Each individual project will have different local needs to consider, depending on the type of project and the location.
It is important to liaise with the community before the project begins and to keep residents and businesses up to date with progress.
Researching the area before work begins can be beneficial to understand local needs, as can gathering feedback from the public, to ensure that disruption is kept to a minimum.
Below are examples of how one site was aware of the university location and contributed to the local area:
Second visit Monitor Report, University of Hertfordshire, June 2014
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