There is a growing understanding that involving communities in the shaping of the city does not achieve as much as it could, often lacking rigour and impact.
How are community initiatives being impacted by the Covid-19 crisis? How can we ensure that current exemplars in enabling communities adapt to this new world and become intrinsic to the built environment industry? What opportunities are there for virtual consultation and community engagement that is truly inclusive?
This virtual ‘Show and Share’ highlights some of the best community projects in London. How have some of these successful initiatives adapted to the stay at home order and how can we learn from these to make sure our communities are supported and have a voice?
0.00 - Welcome from Chair - Benjamin O'Connor, Director, New London Architecture
1.42 - Kate Nottidge, Head of Community Engagement, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland
9.15 - Sarah Banham, Head of Communities & Sustainability, Battersea Power Station
16.37 - Arman Nouri, Regeneration Engagement Manager, LB Enfield & Associate, Public Practice
24.15 - Heather Macey, Associate, John McAslan
31.23 - Olaide Oboh, Director of Partnerships, First Base
38.53 - Samantha Wait, Director of Business Development and Communications, Swan
45.51- Open Q&A
17:00 - Close