Our Engagement Reports:
Using artificial intelligence and natural language processing, we get a pulse of what your constituents are saying quickly and effectively.
Rapid analysis of collected public feedback for key stakeholders review public opinion as efficiently as possible
Greater risk mitigation and accountability throughout the planning and development life-cycle
Enabling good community engagement and performing due diligence with constituents
Providing a historical record for planning and development decisions
Flagging potential issues ahead of time, before they become big
Armstrong Street : Rezoning Study
Milieu supported City of Ottawa Councillor Jeff Leiper to supplement a community design plan and rezoning of Armstrong Street in Kitchissppi Ward, Ottawa.
The data collected and the report supports the transformation of Armstrong Street based on neighbourhood needs, and serves as a model for future development and good intensification.
- Support council decision to amend zoning
- Record for future infrastructure development priorities with respect to resident’s preferences
- Proactive communication with local residents on future policy change and infrastructure development to minimize conflict and risks
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Wakefield Spring : Data for Architectural Redesign
The Milieu Civic Engagement Platform was deployed to collect citizen feedback to reimagine the Spring, upgrade the infrastructure and address community concerns.
Support the reimagining of the Spring, upgrade the infrastructure and address community concerns.
190 Richmond : Data for Site Plan Application
Milieu was contracted by City of Ottawa Councillor Jeff Leiper to enhance the public consultation process and extend the reach to a broader demographic of residents
Support the City Councillor in making a decision regarding the development application
"My initial hopes have been realized. I believe we've reached residents that a simple City comment form wouldn't normally, and Milieu's unique methodology has given us greater insight than we normally have into how people feel about the proposal."
- City of Ottawa Councillor Jeff Leiper