Authentic relationships and the realisation of sustainable social value drive our view of community relations.
Engagement, collaboration and partnerships are based on mutual interests and community priorities.
The achievement of mutual economic and social development also enhances community culture, heritage and lifestyle values.
We recognise that our long life Thunderbird Mineral Sands Project provides the opportunity for real social value creation, over several decades.
Sheffield Resources believes that building strong relationships with local and regional communities, Traditional Owners and government are key to successfully creating a new mineral sands province in Western Australia, which can deliver sustainable economic benefits.
Our approach to working with local communities is to be transparent and inclusive. This includes providing community forums and briefings, site visits, consultation with Traditional Owners and consultation across various levels of government. Sheffield is proud of its community engagement in Derby and Broome, which has provided a solid foundation as we work towards mutually beneficial outcomes.
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