Young people invited to help shape the future of city planning
Opportunities for 18-30 year olds to share their insights on how we can better plan our cities.
Earlier this year, the Commission launched a survey and series of workshops to give young people the opportunity to help shape the future of our cities.
It is important that young people are included in the conversation about the future of their local communities. This includes how we plan for better access to housing, jobs, transport and our changing climate.
Thank you to all the young people across the multi-city region who completed the survey and attended a workshop. We will be sharing what we heard in the coming months.
The Commission is interested in keeping young people involved in conversations about the future of their city. Interested young people (aged 18-30 years old) are encouraged to sign up to our Youth Networklaunch to hear about opportunities to be engaged on issues relating to their city and the broader city region.
If you would like to participate in future engagement activities and events, please also subscribe to the Greater Cities Commission newsletter.