In this, our third RAP and second Elevate RAP we will take a leading role in lifting the industry standard of placemaking by incorporating the self-determination principles and voices of First Nations peoples. 

Read more on Lendlease's Reconciliation Action Plan

Read more on Country, Truth and Our Shared Story: Elevate RAP 2020 – 2023

Elevate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

During the second year of our Elevate RAP titled Country, Truth and our Shared Story, we have continued to embed commitments within our business practices and engage and collaborate with First Nations communities, employees, RAP partners and businesses.

Lendlease is one of only 12 organisations with an Elevate RAP1 out of a total of 2,200 Reconciliation Australia endorsed RAPs.

Close to four million people now either work or study in a RAP organisation which is accelerating the progress towards a more equitable and fair Australia and strengthening the relationships between First Nations peoples and non-Indigenous peoples, for the benefit of all Australians2.


1. Who has a RAP?: Reconciliation Australia (30 June 2022).
2. 2021 RAP Impact Report: Reconciliation Australia.
 
Read more on the Uluru Statement of the Heart