Estate Regeneration: empowering communities

Tuesday 3 July 2018

Invitation only

Part of the NLA’s London Boroughs programme

Grahame Park by Mae, Avanti and KCA for Notting Hill Genesis and LB Barnet

Examining the future of one of London’s most vital infrastructures – public housing estates – this think tank will discuss the future of community engagement and the role this will play in creating successful regeneration projects going forward.

With guidance from the Mayor of London and MCHLG championing the importance of transparent and comprehensive engagement, the next phase of renewal projects will indisputably require communities to be more engaged as partners. So how should the industry respond? What does true ‘co-design’ look like? How do we engage and empower communities to lead these projects? Where has it been done well? What local and international exemplars can we look to? How might this impact on delivery? 
 
Feeding into a major piece of NLA research, this working group will discuss how policy and design can create truly community-led development. The results of the session will feed directly into the ongoing research, culminating in a research publication, public exhibition and three-month programme of events in Spring 2018. 

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NLA run invitation-only Think Tanks and Working Groups throughout the year. These discussions bring together a select group of senior professionals to examine an issue or area in detail, often under The Chatham House Rule. The sessions can feed into government consultation, support policy and research development, and build advocacy around complex areas of change.

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