Visioning workshop report

A summary report setting out the debates and conclusions of the visioning workshop held by the Elephant Amenity Network on 4th June 2011 is now available.

The aim of the event was to identify about what benefits people want to see from the regeneration and to imagine together what could be achieved – to help influence the regeneration which is due to take place over the next 15 years. The event was based around a series of workshops led by local people with intimate knowledge of the topics. Each workshop lasted 90 minutes, with detailed notes taken and noting areas of agreement for things that must be done and things that mustn’t be done, as well as noting where further debate was needed.

The summary report of the event is available for download (5Mb) here (please click on the image):

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  • Michael Edwards  On June 25, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    Congratulations to everyone involved in the event and the report. It will be inspirational to many others around London (and Euope / world) to see what can be done. I especially value the distinction between Must do / Mustn’t do / Open to debate because it ges a long way to preventing you being misunderstood and misrepresented which is a constant threat. It should be treated as a model. Michael Edwards / UCL / Just Space Network / King’s Cross Railway Lands Group

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