Alcoa understands the community’s interest in the future of the Point Henry site and that is why community consultation and engagement are critical components of the project.
Alcoa prides itself on its reputable approach to community engagement in Geelong which includes a Community Advisory Board which was established in 2001.
Share your views!
In December 2015 Alcoa launched a community engagement process to help shape Alcoa’s Master Plan for its 575 hectare site at Point Henry: Point Henry 575, the next generation.
Following broad community engagement, Alcoa has recently published the Point Henry 575 Shared Vision, which is based on a framework of five themes that the community regards as important.
The Shared Vision is a key input into the draft Point Henry 575 Master Plan, which is expected to be released in October for community input. Read more here.
Community Advisory Board
The Community Advisory Board (CAB) is a consultative group consisting of local community members, industry neighbours, environment groups and the EPA. The CAB is a forum for two-way communication between Alcoa and the broader community regarding issues relevant to all parties.
The CAB meets quarterly on a Monday evening in Geelong and will continue throughout the project. If you would like to participate, please contact us.