Building Strong Communities Planning Session

Building Strong Communities Planning Session

Building Strong Communities Planning Session

KCSC CEO Angela Spence sits on the London Recovery Board, a board which was set up in the wake of the pandemic.  The London Recovery Board have committed to delivering 9 key missions in order to restore confidence in the city, minimise the impact on London’s communities and to build back the city’s economy and society.

Building Strong Communities: 
A Building Strong Communities workshop presented by interim chairs, Yolande Burgess and Fiona Rawes took place on 25 November 2020, where over 200 people attended.  These discussions provided invaluable insights which will be feeding into the development of the Building Strong Communities Mission action plan. This action plan will be presented to the Recovery Board on Thursday 14 January 2021.

Presentation
Summary of breakout rooms discussions
View the Board meeting here

Other opportunities to get involved: 

Expression of Interest for Co-Leads of Mission

  • London Recovery Board are now looking for two co-leads to lead the Building Strong Communities Mission. The co-leads will be responsible for leading the direction and delivery of the mission, working closely with partners and championing the aims of the mission. More information on the role and how to submit your expression of interest can be found here

Next Steps:

  • If you’d like to stay informed in what’s going on as part of the Building Strong Communities Mission – Sign up to receive mission updates
  • Stay involved via Talk London, City Hall’s online community which will be hosting discussions across all 9 of the missions.

 

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