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Advocating best practice in community engagement


NLA’s dedicated community programme brings together those most engaged in our communities to discuss, define and promote best practice in working with residents as active and participatory agents in shaping the city. Advocating for projects that put community at the heart of the process and championing a more collective, representative and meaningful approach to the design, development and delivery of places in London and beyond.
 
The programme will assess the changing nature of consultation and the growing use of digital tools to expand and increase engagement of participants of all ages and how to build and maintain trust at all stages. The value of co-design and collaboration to create places that respond to the needs of the community now and in the future. 
 
The research will showcase best practice examples in community engagement, from the consultation methods and tools of engagement to the projects delivering meaningful places through extensive community engagement and collaboration.

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