Consulting you on public consultations
This meeting took place on 1 March 2016. Read the transcript here.
Public engagement and support is crucial to the success of regeneration projects.
Consultations can help identify what local people want from a new development.
So how do local authorities and developers go about this? What methods do they use? Are they successful? And is there a winning formula?
The London Assembly Regeneration Committee will tomorrow discuss the role that public consultation plays on major regeneration projects. The meeting will use the £4.5 billion Brent Cross Cricklewood project as a case study and will examine how successful the consultation process was there.
The Committee will also look at the influence consultation has on new infrastructure needs, such as schools and GP surgeries.
The following guests will be questioned:
- Debbie Jackson, Assistant Director - Regeneration, Greater London Authority (GLA)
- Pauline McKinnell, Secretary, Cricklewood Community Forum
- Pat Turnbull, Representative, Just Space
- Ciron Edwards, Associate Director, Soundings
- Cath Shaw, Commissioning Director, Growth & Development, London Borough of Barnet
The meeting will take place on Tuesday, 1 March at 10:00am in Committee Room 5 at City Hall (The Queen’s Walk, London SE1).
Media and members of the public are invited to attend. The meeting can also be viewed via webcast.
Notes to editors
- Full agenda papers
- Gareth Bacon AM, Chairman of the Regeneration Committee is available for interview. See contact details below.
- Regeneration Committee.
- As well as investigating issues that matter to Londoners, the London Assembly acts as a check and a balance on the Mayor.
For media enquiries, please contact Lisa Lam on 020 7983 4067. For out of hours media enquiries, call 020 7983 4000 and ask for the London Assembly duty press officer. Non-media enquiries should be directed to the Public Liaison Unit on 020 7983 4100.