Neighbourhood planning community consultation

Most of us find it hard to think about all the things we have on our list for tomorrow, so being asked to imagine what your community should and could look like in five, ten or fifteen years’ time is understandably challenging. Yet, that is what people need to do in order to engage with the planning process.

In this guide you’ll find advice on, helping people to imagine the future, engaging with different groups, organising events, engagement events, making the most of your community’s physical assets and hidden talents, and some examples of projects that have pioneered this approach.

You’ll also find the five golden rules for using social media for neighbourhood planning, five social media platforms to use, and step-by-step guides to the community engagement process.

Neighbourhood planning community consultation (1.4MB pdf)

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