Social License to Operate Projects

Agreements, Agreement Implementation and Review

Here is a list of recent social license to operate projects undertaken by KBC:

Major tourism business (2014)

Keogh Bay is currently advising a major tourism business on its approach to agreement making with native title holders.

Northern Minerals – Jaru Agreement (2012-2014)

Keogh Bay advised Northern Minerals throughout its agreement making process with Jaru people in the south east Kimberley. Read the full news story here

Summary of Native Title Agreements (2010, 2011, 2012)

KBC Director Matt Wrigley summarized a large body of native title agreements on behalf of a major resource company to make them more easily understandable and accessible to Community Relations practitioners.

Plain English Agreements (2002-4, 2012)

Matt Wrigley recently worked with Rio Tinto Eagle Mine and community representatives involved in agreement negotiations to develop a plain English legal agreement. The resulting agreement is public and can be found here.

Agreement communications

Between 2002 and 2004 Matt worked with Argyle Diamonds to produce plain English materials and other communication tools during the negotiation of Argyle Diamond’s comprehensive Participation Agreement.

Cultural Heritage Agreements (2010-11)

Matt Wrigley and Mark Simpson assisted two mining businesses to develop and negotiate a cultural heritage management agreement with native title claimants.

Agreement Review

In 2013 KBC conducted a review of a major mining agreement on behalf of a large mining company and Pilbara Aboriginal group.

Click here for more information about Keogh Bay’s agreement advisory services or call Matt Wrigley on 0419763101 or Mark Simpson on 0417 911 858 to discuss the type of support you require.