Visualising the works for tenants

Any efforts to help the community feel involved and a part of the development process helps to build better relationships.

The impact on the local community can sometimes cause local residents to feel isolated and detached from their own area.

It is therefore very important to make every attempt of welcoming, integrating and involving the community within the development of the project.

One site involved the community before the project started by allowing them to visualise project progression:

  • The contractor introduced a 360 virtual mask and digital handbook to help the local tenants visualise the works which will be carried out;
  • This enabled the community to get a clear understanding of how the development and overall project is planned to look and the impact on their surrounding environment;
  • It also established a positive relationship of feeling involved from the very start of the project.

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Monitor report. Mulalley and Company Ltd. Essex. March 2016


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