Local Voices Survey
Chalice understands that community consultation will play a key role in all our planning, particularly as we consider a potential future mine at the Julimar Project.
To help us better understand the needs, concerns and priorities of the communities neighbouring our project, Chalice has engaged Voconiq to seek feedback through an independent and confidential survey program called Local Voices.
Local Voices is a unique community engagement program developed over 10 years within Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO.
As part of this program, a series of surveys will be done over the next three years to help Chalice better understand what matters most to your community, helping Chalice to inform decision making processes.
By completing the survey, you will also be supporting your local community, with $10 donated to your chosen local community group.
Those interested in receiving funding can register their not for profit organisation or sporting group to be a recipient.
How to participate
All residents aged +16 years are invited to have their say and participate in the first survey that will be launched in March 2023.
To register for the survey or for funding, visit the Voconiq website at voconiqlocalvoices.com/julimar