And even so, going from capturing your residents’ input to delivering a final report and making decisions takes too much time.
We get it - it always seems to be the same, small group of residents who show up to your meetings.
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The London Borough of Newham has launched its consultation platform to include residents, businesses and shoppers in urban planning decisions. All stakeholders have been consulted on four projects around Newham’s shared spaces.
Grand Paris Sud teamed up with CitizenLab and WWF for the "Stand Up for Climate" campaign aimed at collecting, funding and implementing innovative citizen solutions for the climate crisis.
In each neighbourhood, citizens could voice their opinions and vote on what they think deserves the municipality’s investment. Over 24,450 inhabitants participated in this project via the online platform.
The French city of Rueil-Malmaison used its community engagement platform to coordinate solidarity efforts during lockdown. The results: over 30000 masks were made and 6000 food baskets were delivered to citizens in need.
The flemish city of Kortrijk has launched Belgium's first online referendum to consult citizens on the future of mobility in the city.Read more
The city re-invests the revenue coming from the Empty Homes Tax into affordable housing initiatives, suggested by its citizens.Read more
Care Quality Commission (CQC) is an independent regulator of health and social care in England. The organisation uses its voice to share views on quality issues in the sector.Read more
Following country-wide citizen protests on a range of social issues, the Chilean Association of Municipalities (the AChM), launched a large-scale citizen consultation on the future of the constitution.