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Thursday 7 October 2021
2 p.m.-4 p.m.
Co-designing Design Codes
Co-designing Design Codes: How could meaningful community engagement work?
We have organized an event with The Glass-House to explore the challenges and opportunities of engaging communities in co-designing Design Codes. 
This free online event will bring together different voices in a safe and neutral environment to have an honest conversation about what we see as the challenges and opportunities of community engagement in the creation of design codes as a means of empowering communities to play an active role in championing, informing and enforcing good design.
We will kickstart the conversation with a series of brief provocations representing different perspectives, create space for discussion and debate, and work together to co-design a set of formal recommendations on how to meaningfully engage communities in co-designing and championing design codes in their locality.
The provocateurs are:

  • Sir Steve Bullock - Independent Chair, PLACE Ltd

  • Peter Eversden MBE - Chair, London Forum of Amenity and Civic Societies

  • Hana Lofus - Director at HAT Projects, Engagement and Communications Lead at the Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service

 Registration is via Eventbrite:
The Gallery, 75 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ
(near Farringdon Station)

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