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Below are some examples of projects and initiatives we’ve delivered.

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Case studies

  • Project summary: Lecroma managed the Social Impact Assessment process for Someva Renewables’ proposed Pottinger Energy Park project, in Hay NSW. We developed a comprehensive stakeholder engagement strategy, which we then implemented through multiple in-region consultation events and sustained engagement with key stakeholders over two years (ongoing). We deployed qualitative and quantitative research and analysis methods to produce a Preliminary Social Impact Assessment report for the client, followed by the final Social Impact Assessment report that formed a crucial part of the project’s Environmental Impact Statement.


    Outcome: These reports met NSW State Significant Development project requirements and exceeded industry best practice for stakeholder engagement. Lecroma’s strategic but genuine engagement methods built trusting relationships in the affected communities, and established a two-way communication within the community that our client continues to enjoy as it seeks project approval. Lecroma is now supporting Someva Renewables on the next stage of this project, and others.

  • Project summary: The Mekong-Australia Partnership on Transnational Crime (MAP-TNC) is an eight-year investment by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) that promotes cross-border cooperation between Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. The program supports efforts to tackle serious threats such as drug trafficking, child sexual exploitation and financial crimes. Lecroma partnered with The Palladium Group to deliver this complex program and its supporting stakeholder engagement strategy, working with several federal government agencies. We helped design and develop targeted projects in collaboration with Australia’s national security agencies. We also facilitated engagement and coordination across Australian Government agencies operating in the Mekong region.


    Outcome: With promising early results and deepening ties across country parties, MAP-TNC continues to grow in both its ambition and engagement in the Mekong region with Australian and foreign law enforcement partners. A recent independent mid-term review into the program recommended it be continued.

  • Project summary: Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations are becoming critical to both business survival and market access. Independent certification schemes are the only credible way companies can demonstrate and showcase their commitment to sustainability. Lecroma teamed up with Winemakers of Rutherglen to deliver a workshop for 16 Rutherglen-based wineries on the Sustainable Winegrowing Australia (SWA) Certification process. We then delivered follow up consulting support for several of these wineries by conducting ESG company reviews and designing ESG programs. Lecroma had already supported Stanton & Killeen Wines to successfully become SWA certified in 2022 – making it one of the first fully certified wineries in the state across both vineyard and winery operations.

    Outcome: 85% of  the Winemakers of Rutherglen member wineries have now completed the certification process, and are pending final approvals to be certified as sustainable under the SWA scheme. This makes the Rutherglen wine region the first region in Australia to become fully certified in sustainable winegrowing practices. Building on this success, Lecroma is now helping these wineries to become certified carbon-neutral by 2024-25. This will make Rutherglen the first wine region in the world to achieve this.

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