How can the web enable Neighbourhood Planning?

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How can the web enable Neighbourhood Planning?

Time: July 15, 2011 from 2pm to 4:30pm
Location: Urban Design London, Palestra
Street: 197 Blackfriars Road
City/Town: London
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Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Slider Studio
Latest Activity: Jul 5, 2011

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Event Description

As a result of the new Localism Bill, the Planning system is changing. Citizens will come together to form community groups giving them the right to draw up a Neighbourhood Plan for development and change in their area. But how will these plans be written, shared and implemented? More specifically, how can the web enable Neighbourhood Planning?

Slider Studio invite members of the Be2Camp network to take part in a free workshop to talk about specific technology needs for neighbourhood planning. This will be a chance to:


• Discuss the emerging neighbourhood planning process
• Discover existing tools to prepare and review plans
• Imagine new tools to help you plan a neighbourhood
• Share your ideas and experiences in web and digital tools


This event is aimed at professionals, community groups, local authorities, architects, urban designers, planners, property/land developers, supporting organisations, architecture centres, technologists/ software developers, housing associations and community groups. If you have a personal or business interest in Neighbourhood Planning we'd like to come and join the conversation.


Workshop Structure:
Over the space of an afternoon, we will be running a series of participatory exercises to capture and share existing knowledge and experiences; and to map out new possibilities for websites and digital tools for neighbourhood planning.


To book your place, click HERE for our eventbrite page or if you'd prefer you can send an email to UDL

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