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Task 1: Stakeholder Mapping Together with your peer/s: Analyse the stakeholders relevant to Swansea Tidal Lagoon  Development. Using the information at   plus information from your own research, please consider: Who are the stakeholders relevant to Tidal Lagoon? - Colleges and Universities - Education, Environment (environment experts) and Conservation groups - Local Communities (Community Councils, Councilors, Local Authorities & Statutory  Consultees) - Individuals/ Residents - Arts and Culture - Business - Political Representatives - Sports and Recreation Stakeholders A Stakeholder is an internal or external party who can be affected or is affected by the  organisation's actions, objectives and policies and these may include creditors, directors,  employees, government, owners, suppliers, unions and the community from which the  community draws the resources. At Tidal Lagoon, it appears there are a number of external stakeholders with regards to its  project. The external stakeholders have been grouped as follows; 1.  Delivery Partners -Atkins, General Electric, Andritz Hydro, Laing O'Rourke and Alun Griffiths. These electrical companies would be the ones that will deliver or rather distribute and convert  the power generated through the tidal lagoon. 2.  Financiers - Welsh Government, Prudential Infra Capital and Macquarie Capital Limited.  These companies are financing the project and would obviously expect a return on investment  and repayment of loans availed. 3.  Political Players - MPs from the conservative party and the Conservative party itself. Their  buy in is important for the acceptance and sustainability of the project. 4.  Global Village - Audiences across the globe, European Union and Media. The global village  has shown interest in the project and they would expect to see results from the hype created. 1.  Generally, the stakeholders relevant to Tidal Lagoon are; Its employees Its Suppliers Competitors
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Management Technology Team Local Authorities and regulators Consumers of final products The Board of directors Project Managers and their teams Contractors Reserchers Engineers Developers Media UK Manufacturers Households Industrial businesses Financial and Industrial advisors Political parties 2.Tidal Lagoon's perspective would be mapped as follows; Keep Satisfied Consumers Local Community Households  Manage Close Contractors
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Employees Political parties Local authorities Monitor Competitors Management Contractors Power Station Suppliers Keep Informed Researchers Financial and industrial advisors
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