The purpose of this event was to bring neighbourhood planners together with the digital tools increasingly available to support community engagement for localism.
- provided an overview of the tools currently available to support neighbourhood planners
- established a context for the development of local digital and digital civics
- explored the future potential of local digital and neighbourhood planning
The event was hosted by Nesta and was chaired by Tony Burton.
For this event, we welcomed a diverse collection of speakers, currently leading research or making an impact in communities using digital tools. To view the slides that accompanied their presentations, see below:
Presentation by Catherine Greene, Royal College of Art
Digital Tools and Neighbourhood Planning by Kathryn Geels, Nesta
Mapping for Change Project by Louise Francis, UCL
Neighbourhood Planner by Vicky Sargent, Boilerhouse Media