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I will be attaching information that has been gathered about several stakeholders, and all these information must be included in well written and smoothly flowing paragraphs. This is a description of what the section must include:

This section will identify the stakeholders, and provide an analysis of their role in the project. A
stakeholder is anyone that will be affected, in a positive or negative sense, by the project. Your goal is to
analyse the situation and explain thoroughly who the stakeholders are, what their needs are, and how
they will be affected by this project. A complete and thorough explanation of all stakeholders is required
in this section. An influence vs interest chart may be included to help explain the stakeholders’
importance in the community and level of interest for the project. However, I need you to research how the local government might be a stakeholder in our project of building tourists shelters in Cape York, to add it to the section.

STAKEHOLDER WORKSHEET
A stakeholder is anyone that has interest or concern, can affect or is affected by an organization, strategy or
project.
Stakeholder
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Material suppliers
Material suppliers are people in charge of providing raw materials and
components needed to build the visitor shelter. They can be one company
or supplier or multiple which accordingly increases or decreases their
importance.
For the shelter, we will need a lot of materials to build it. So, material
suppliers are very important to the success of our project. The quality of
the materials and their prices depend on the material supplier, so we have
to choose them carefully.
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Depending on the number of material suppliers the power of the material
suppliers changes. They are Key stakeholders since without them the
visitor shelter can’t be built. If we depend on one material supplier, they
will have the leverage and power on prices and quality of the materials.
But if we depend on more than one then we are the ones who have the
power of choice and negotiations.
Depending on the material supplier the concerns and interests change.
For new and small material suppliers this will be an opportunity for them
to prove themselves and have good experience, but they have to be up to
the task and able to provide the material needed. For big and established
material suppliers, their concerns would probably be whether we will be
able to find a solution and build a visitor shelter. Their interests would be
having a bigger resume and control on future projects so they could get
even bigger.
Name
Image about
stakeholder that is
relevant to your
•
particular project
What relevant
information is in the
image?
Describe the
stakeholder using
information from:
project brief, EWB
and other relevant
sources
Position on Project
•
•
•
Key stakeholders
may have little
power or influence
even though the
project is for them.
What are the
stakeholder:
Concerns, Interests
and Needs?
What does the
stakeholder want to
achieve?
Support your
claims with facts
and references.
•
Impact
• How would the
stakeholder be
affected if no
solution was found?
What would the
short term effects
and long term be?
(Think both positive
and negative effects)
• If a solution was
found, how would
that affect the
stakeholder? What
would the short term
and long term
affects be? (Think
both positive and
negative effects)
•
•
•
The impact of material suppliers is very high, the visitor shelter will
be a failure if the quality of the materials were sufficient.
But for the material suppliers, the impact for them, positively or
negatively, would probably be financially and on their public image,
since if a solution wasn’t found they would probably lose on
customers and have their names associated with unfinished projects.
But it could also be a positive thing for material suppliers since it
would give them experience and insight on how future projects could
be.
On the other hand, if a solution were to be found, it will benefit them
both financially and give them a good public image. Not only that, but
it will also give them experience and leverage in future projects since
they have experience in successful projects. A negative outcome is
highly unlikely but it can happen if for example the material supplier
wasn’t able to fulfill their role.
STAKEHOLDER WORKSHEET
A stakeholder is anyone that has interest or concern, can affect or is affected by an organization, strategy or
project.
Stakeholder
•
•
•
•
Name
Image
about
stakeholder
that is
relevant to
your
particular
project.
What
relevant
information
is in the
image?
Describe
the
stakeholder
using
information
from:
project
brief, EWB
and other
relevant
sources
Position on
Project
•
•
•
Key
stakeholde
rs may
have little
power or
influence
even
though the
project is
for them.
What are
the
stakeholde
r:
Concerns,
Interests
and
Needs?
What does
the
stakeholde
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Local communities/Traditional owners of the land
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islands are the principal custodians of Cape York
who have an ongoing traditional and cultural connections to country.
•
The traditional owners believe they are better suited to managing their own resources
and create their own future.
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According to the 2016 ABS Census, there are 17 Indigenous communities in Cape
York. About 17,000 people live in country and out of which 9,453 (56%) are identified
as Indigenous. 53% of Indigenous are between 20–24-year-old and only completed
Year 12 or equivalent compared to 86% for the non-Indigenous population.
•
https://quickstats.censusdata.abs.gov.au/census_services/getproduct/census/2016/quickstat/I
REG303
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The local communities have high power and interest in this project as they hold native
titles to the lands and thus must be kept satisfied (MODELs, 2019).
Although the communities are happy to support this project according to Project
Brief, however most aboriginal lands are sacred and heritage listed and as such want
protection of their traditional cultures and demand respect for such sites.
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The Indigenous people believe that their land is important for their young people, it
gives them employment opportunities and a chance at a career. For the older people,
it gives them pride that their community has an Indigenous controlled business. Most
importantly, they want community empowerment which will give them the
opportunity to create their own future (CYPLUS, 2016).
•
https://www.environment.gov.au/archive/erin/cyplus/index.html
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r want to
achieve?
Support
your
claims
with facts
and
references.
Impact
• How would
the
stakeholder
be affected
if no
solution
was found?
What would
the short
term effects
and long
term be?
(Think both
positive and
negative
effects)
• If a solution
was found,
how would
that affect
the
stakeholder
? What
would the
short term
and long
term affects
be? (Think
both
positive and
negative
effects)
•
The hope of having locally managed businesses that cater to visitors may be
dashed like gifts shops that may sell traditional arts and hand-woven crafts. The
long-term effect of not finding a solution would be that most tourists will venture
elsewhere and thereby deprive the local communities of revenue generation
opportunities.
•
There will be economic prosperity and development for the local community. The
tourists will share their experiences with friends and family and further put Cape
York on the map. There will be employment for local people and they will be in
better financial status to look after their families.
STAKEHOLDER WORKSHEET
A stakeholder is anyone that has interest or concern, can affect or is affected by an organization, strategy or
project.
Stakeholder
•
•
•
•
Name
Image about
stakeholder that is
relevant to your
particular project
What relevant
information is in the
image?
Describe the
stakeholder using
information from:
project brief, EWB
and other relevant
sources
•
•
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Environmentalists/human right activists
They are people who concern and protect the environment to avoid it
being damaged.
They would make sure that the construction of the shelters caused the
least damage to the environment.
They have many organizations concerning the environment of Cape
York, such as The Wilderness Society, WWF, North Queensland
Conservation Council, etc (Pickerill, 2018).
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09644016.2018.1466464
Position on Project
•
•
•
•
Key stakeholders
may have little
power or influence
even though the
project is for them.
What are the
stakeholder:
Concerns, Interests
and Needs?
What does the
stakeholder want to
achieve?
Support your
claims with facts
and references.
•
•
•
They may have strong power or influence if the construction of shelters
causes pollution, they would raise public awareness of the issue.
They are concerned about how the construction of the shelters would
affect the environment. By providing the shelters, it can attract tourists
to come to Cape York and visit the natural resources like rainforest or
wetland, let tourists understand more about nature and promote the idea
of protecting the environment.
They want to raise public awareness of protecting the environment.
Impact
• How would the
stakeholder be
affected if no
solution was found?
What would the
short term effects
and long term be?
(Think both positive
and negative effects)
• If a solution was
found, how would
that affect the
stakeholder? What
would the short term
and long term
affects be? (Think
both positive and
negative effects)
•
•
If the solution was not found, the worst scenario is that the construction
of the shelters would produce damage or pollution to the environment
and these damages may be not avoidable.
If the solution was found, the shelters can attract more tourists to come
to Cape York, it would provide opportunity for them to understand
more about the natural environment, let them treasure and protect the
natural resources. However, if too many tourists come to Cape York,
the environment may not afford a large number of tourists, disturb the
ecosystem or pollute the environment.
STAKEHOLDER WORKSHEET
A stakeholder is anyone that has interest or concern, can affect or is affected by an organization, strategy or
project.
Stakeholder
•
•
•
•
Name
Image about
stakeholder that is
relevant to your
particular project
What relevant
information is in the
image?
Describe the
stakeholder using
information from:
project brief, EWB
and other relevant
sources
Position on Project




Key stakeholders
may have little
power or influence
even though the
project is for them.
What are the
stakeholder:
Concerns, Interests
and Needs?
What does the
stakeholder want to
achieve?
Support your
claims with facts
and references.

Labourers

Labourers are hired to perform physical work on the construction site.
Their jobs vary but mostly include building and dismantling
constructions, delivering materials, excavating ditches, analysing
design plans, and working to replicate the design in the most
professional way. They use heavy equipment to build structures.

Our project requires several laborers to work on implementing our
design of visitor shelters by converting our blueprints into substantial
structures. As our design of visitor shelters is going to be replicable,
the labourers would have a huge role in loading and unloading
materials, as well as eliminating any debris that result from
construction works. They are also required to have a certain set of
skills that include the following: 1- Mathematics to properly calculate
specific proportions of needed materials. 2- Mechanical
perceptiveness with heavy machinery such as excavators. 3- Strength
and endurance to bear with lifting large objects.

Labourers affect our project directly, as it is their responsibility to
construct the visitor shelters as the design team wishes. However, they
have specific needs such as ensuring the safety of the construction
site, training, knowledge about the different aspects of the projects,
and a worthwhile salary.

Labourers represent key stakeholders in this project. Though they do not
get a say in the project’s design, the sustainability and solidity of the
shelters rely on their constructing skills.

Laborers are entitled to advantageous wages, as well as extra payment in
case they work overtime. They also need to work in a safe space, and in
case of a work injury they deserve compensations. In case they live far
away from the construction site, they might need transportations.

The goals of the laborers include ensuring the shelters that are built are
safe enough for tourists to occupy and confide the tourists’ in the
solidarity of the building. They also must pursue the project managers’
and the design team’s satisfaction and ensure their thoughts and
directions are being implemented.

My references were the information provided in the EWB and the design
brief.
Impact
• How would the
stakeholder be
affected if no
solution was found?
What would the
short term effects
and long term be?
(Think both positive
and negative effects)
• If a solution was
found, how would
that affect the
stakeholder? What
would the short term
and long term
affects be? (Think
both positive and
negative effects)

If no solution were found, either the design concepts were not
adequate for the visitors or the construction itself was fragile, the
labourers would be facing penalties which might lead to the company
firing them. However, they would be gaining experience and should
learn from their mistakes. In the long term, if no tourists visit the area
and help nourish the area, Cape York might undergo hard economical
times which may result in some companies reducing labourers.

However, if a solution was found and the shelters were a successful
project, the labourers might be awarded for their hard work in
strengthening tourism in Cape York. In the long term, other
companies might hire them for their reliable work. Several job
opportunities will become available for them which will create room
for development.
STAKEHOLDER WORKSHEET
A stakeholder is anyone that has interest or concern, can affect or is affected by an organization, strategy or
project.
Stakeholder
•
•
•
•
Name
Image about
stakeholder that is
relevant to your
particular project
What relevant
information is in the
image?
Describe the
stakeholder using
information from:
project brief, EWB
and other relevant
sources
Position on Project
•
•
•
•
Key stakeholders
may have little
power or influence
even though the
project is for them.
What are the
stakeholder:
Concerns, Interests
and Needs?
What does the
stakeholder want to
achieve?
Support your
claims with facts
and references.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Touriests
Tourists are people who travel from their country to another for a
period of time for the purpose of enjoyment, exploration and comfort.
The relevant information is that the main goal behind this project is to
provide all the things that satisfy the tourists and make them
comfortable and happy to complete their trip.
Tourists are considered one of the most important influencers and
collaborators in the project, since they are the main target of it. Also,
they are the future of it, whether success or failure. And like any any
stakeholder they have needs and interests, for example, cost, pleasure,
comfort and safety are the most important things any tourist is looking
for.
Tourist are key stakeholders although the project is for them, they are
the most powerful influencers in it, since they are the ones who make
it succeed or fail.
the most important concerns and needs of tourists is comfort,
reasonable costs, hygiene and the safe site.
Tourists want to achieve the highest levels of comfort, pleasure and
safety at the lowest possible cost.
Design brief
https://www.quora.com/What-tourists-want-generally-when-they-goto-a-new-place
Impact
• How would the
stakeholder be
affected if no
solution was found?
What would the
short term effects
and long term be?
(Think both positive
and negative effects)
• If a solution was
found, how would
that affect the
stakeholder? What
would the short term
and long term
affects be? (Think
both positive and
negative effects)
•
•
Tourists will be affected by both sides, whether positive or negative.
An example of a negative impact if a solution is not found is that their
options will be limited and they may have to pay a higher cost.
the positive impact, if a solution is found, is that they get what they
want from the place, such as safety, joy and comfort.
Table 1: Coding Information
1. Relevant
information
2. Source
3. Why is it relevant to
your project
Main religions
•
To be aware of
any
cultural
differences that
may affect the
use
of
the
shelter.
Language they
Speak
•
To be able to
communicate
with the locals,
put instructions
in their language
and understand
them.
4. Code – STEEP
Social, Technological,
Economic,
Environmental, Political
5. Identify Stakeholder
impacted/connected
6. Explain how/ why stakeholder
connected/impacted
Social/Cultural
Tourists
We need to put in mind their religions
when designing the shelter.
Social/Cultural
Tourists
We need to put instructions for them so
the language is important.
Source: https://quickstats.censusdata.abs.gov.au/census_services/getproduct/census/2016/q
Table 1: Coding Information
1.
Relevant
informatio
n
1. Location
2. Source
3. Why is it relevant to your project
4. Code STEEP Social,
Technological,
Economic,
Environmental,
Political
•
The remoteness of Cape York (tip end
of far North QLD) is an important factor Geography
that will influence the building of
visitor’s shelters for the potential
growth of tourism. The nearest city to
Cape York is Cairns which is about
650km south with poor accessibility as
most roads are unsealed and could be
boggy during raining.
•
The climate conditions of the region are
strongly monsoonal with much of the
rainfall during summer. With this area
prone to cyclone and flooding, the
Peninsula is cut off for the better part of
https://queenslandplaces.com.
au/cape-york-peninsula
https://www.britannica.com/pl
ace/Cape-York-Peninsula
https://www.worldwildlife.org
/ecoregions/aa0703
5.
6. Explain
Iden how/ why
tify stakeholde
Stak
r
ehol connected/
der impacted
imp
acte
d/co
nnec
ted
the year. This may have an adverse
effect on the access, building, use and
maintenance of the shelters. More so,
summers have high humidity with
maximum temperatures reaching 33 to
36 C in January, hence, the need to
build shelters with self-cooling ability
to keep tourists comfortable.
2. Climate
Environmental
o
o
•
https://www.britannica.com/p
lace/Cape-York-Peninsula
3.
Population
The country is scantily populated with
12 metropolitan centres containing
about 8,700 people and the remainder of
the population (about 9,000 individuals)
spread out in more modest towns,
settlements, and cattle properties. 60%
of Cape York Peninsula’s populace have
a place with Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islands groups. A solid
consultation process amongst different
traditional owner’s groups will be key
to the success of this project.
Political
Table 1: Coding Information
1. Relevant
information
Water
resources
Electricity
supply
2. Source
3. Why is it
relevant to
your project
High level of
water usage,
need to be
aware of the
water usage of
shelter.
They have
https://arena.gov.au/projects/weipa-solarlarge-scale
farm/
solar farms
and power
https://www.ergon.com.au/network/network- stations.
management/networkEnergy
infrastructure/isolated-and-remote-powershouldn’t be a
stations
major
problem for
our shelter.
https://theconversation.com/some-remoteaustralian-communities-have-drinking-waterfor-only-nine-hours-a-day-86933
4. Code – STEEP
Social,
Technological,
Economic,
Environmental,
Political
5. Identify Stakeholder
impacted/connected
6. Explain how/ why
stakeholder
connected/impacted
Environmental
Locals and tourists
If the amount of usable
water is limited, the daily
life of local people would be
affected, the tourists also
would be inconvenient.
Environmental
Locals, tourists, and
environmentalists
Since Cape York has a stable
power supply, it would not
affect the local’s daily life. It
also can let the shelter
function normally, provide a
suitable environment for
the tourists. Moreover, the
usage of renewable energy
can replace part of the fossil
fuel, it can reduce the
damage to the
environment.
Worksheet 3: Design Requirements
Factors to
Consider
(You may not need
all these factors
and may need to
include others.
See Design
Package
document)
Design Requirements
A detailed set of design requirements that considers the unique background, stakeholder
needs and constraints associated with this project.
Stakeholder’s
Wants/Needs
Criteria
Final design criteria: 5 MAIN HEADINGS
Constraints
Sustainability
(Economic,
Cultural,
Environmental)
Cost
Materials
The stakeholder wants empowerment,
collaboration, involvement,
recognition and heritage preservation
in every stage of the project.
A simple design with a simple layout
and easy to build for the local workers.
Ease of Design
It must conform aesthetically to the
culture and customs of the people.
Easily replicable and across different
sites in Cape York (EWB Challenge
Brief, 2021).
Benefit
Safety in Design
Other
Ease of construction: Simple building layout,
construction techniques and choice of materials
Ease of implementation: The project must be easy to
execute by the local tradesmen without the need to
mobilize workers from the major city.
Ease of maintenance: Using colorbond sheeting for
internal wall cladding especially the bathroom/wet
areas.
Ease of Operation: Self-cooling ability through
sisilation/insulation under the tin roof. Also, the use of
stylites on the roof will allow daylight through (Design
Package, 2021).
Use of local resources as building materials.
Material mobility cost due to distance from major
cities.
Low literacy/competency levels among local
workers
Compliance with industrial standards, building
codes and health and safety regulations.
Presence of heritage and Indegenous sacred
grounds around sites of construction
Worksheet 3: Design Requirements
Design Requirements
A detailed set of design requirements that considers the unique background, stakeholder needs and
constraints associated with this project.
Factors to
Consider
(You may not need
all these factors
and may need to
include others. See
Design Package
document)
Stakeholder’s
Wants/Needs
Criteria
Final design criteria : 5 MAIN HEADINGS
Constraints
Sustainability
(Economic,
Cultural,
Environmental)
Cost
The tourists want the inner
environment of the shelters cannot be
too hot or cold, there is no water
leakage after raining.
Environmentalists want the
construction of shelters to be
environmentally friendly.
Materials
Ease of Design
Benefit
Safety in
Design
Other
1. Easy to construct: to reduce the difficulty of
construction.
2. Strength of the material: to have enough
strength to withstand cyclones or rainstorm.
3. Waterproof ability: to prevent water leakage
after raining.
4. Low u-value/thermal transmittance: to
prevent an inner environment that has great
temperature difference.
5. Easy to get: to reduce the difficulty of
construction.
1. Reasonable price
2. Environmentally friendly
Table 1: Coding Information
1. Relevant
information
•
•
Mining
effect on
the
economic
Tourism
effect on
the
economic
2. Source
3. Why is it relevant to your
project
The factors affecting Cape
York’s economy are the same
that will affect the project. It
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is a directly proportional
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committees/house_of_representatives_ relationship between them,
with the rise of the economy,
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the profits of the project rise.
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– Mining will open up great
areas for the city and
https://www.aph.gov.au/
great opportunities to
parliamentary_business/committees
expand its economy,
/house_of_representatives_committees?
making it an important
url=economics/wildrivers/report/
place in the world. This,
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in turn, will make Cape
York attractive
destination for tourism.
– Tourism will attract the
main target of the project,
which are tourists.
4. Code STEEP Social,
Technological,
Economic,
Environmental,
Political
Economic
5. Identify
Stakeholder
impacted/conn
ected
Tourists
Owners
6. Explain how/ why
stakeholder
connected/impacted
Tourists are the main
target of the project, and
they are affected, either
negatively or positively.
Positively, tourists will
get a shelter with high
standards and a high
rating. Negatively, with
an increase in the
economy, the project
costs will increase, and
as a result, the prices for
tourists will rise.
An increase in the
economy through mining
or tourism will lead to an
increase in the profits of
the project, which will
benefit the owners. This
is due to the increase in
tourists.
Worksheet 3: Design Requirements
Design Requirements
A detailed set of design requirements that considers the unique background, stakeholder needs and
constraints associated with this project.
Factors to
Consider
(You may not need
all these factors
and may need to
include others. See
Design Package
document)
Stakeholder’s
Wants/Needs
Criteria
Constraints
Final design criteria : 5 MAIN HEADINGS
Sustainability
(Economic,
Cultural,
Environmental)
Cost
Materials
Ease of Design
Benefit
Safety in
Design
Other
Stakeholders have safety needs in
design, for example, for the owners,
the most important thing is that the
project can withstand climate
change, is not subject to collapse
and needs less maintenance. Also,
for tourists, one of their needs is the
sense of safety in a place that is less
prone to fire or collapse.

use strong materials suited to the humid
environment of Cape York
Build a strong foundation and infrastructure
Provide emergency exits and stairs
Create a group responsible for periodic
maintenance
-Using technology to achieve safety, such as
smoke and gas sensors or alarm devices in
cases of electrical problems.



Cape York’s climate, as it is humid
and may be followed by natural
disasters.
Cost, to ensure high safety, this
requires high spending, in addition to
the reality of its land, strong and
expensive materials must be used to
ensure high building quality.
Environment, since the peninsula is
known for its natural landscapes, a
project must be built that is
environmentally friendly and does
not kill the beauty of its nature.
Stakeholder
Analysis
(10 marks)
An excellent analysis that identifies
and describes the direct project
stakeholders, what they need and
want from this project, the power
and interest each stakeholder has and
an evaluation of the impact that this
project could have on each of the
stakeholders.
All claims are supported by relevant
and reliable sources.
to 10 marks

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