Relationships and Partnerships

We collaborate, partner and work with all levels of Government, industry, private sector, communities and customers as we seek to better understand and respond to our stakeholder’s business needs, constraints, concerns and expectations of LandCorp.

Western Australia is a big state and to successfully develop land and manage infrastructure projects we partner with the private sector and government. Together we are stronger. To create places where people want to live, work and play it's important we work closely with those who share our design objectives.

Private sector and Government partnerships

We are committed to working and engaging with our Government, private sector, supplier, community and customer stakeholders to achieve positive outcomes for the Western Australian community. We seek to better understand our stakeholders’ businesses, their constraints, needs, concerns and their expectations of LandCorp.

Customer and stakeholder satisfaction

Regular stakeholder and customer research is undertaken to provide greater insight into the needs and attitudes of our partners and purchasers. This is important for providing the Board, Executive and staff with information, insights and analysis to enable evidence-based, strategic decision making. On-going and targeted customer and stakeholder research, combined with market research and a strategic research program, delivers improved outcomes for customers and partners and improves our competitive position.


Supply chain sustainability

We are committed to an ethical, accountable and transparent procurement process that maintains probity and fairness. We are also committed to using our influence within our supply chain to achieve best practice procurement for all goods and services so that we can enhance social, environmental and economic outcomes.


Information for Suppliers

DevelopmentWA optimises Western Australia’s land and property assets to accommodate the changing needs of the community.

Stakeholder and Community Engagement

Early community involvement is critical to its ultimate success.