How does planning fit into the overall strategic vision of a modern local authority?
The latest edition of the Planning Futures Supper Club will explore this question with the current leader of LB Camden and Chair of London Councils, Cllr Georgia Gould.
Over the course of her career, Cllr Gould has developed a reputation as an innovator in local Government.
As Leader of LB Camden, she has pioneered the use of Citizen Assemblies to develop policy responses to issues such as climate change and the provision adult social care.
She has also been instrumental in establishing the Camden Renewal Commission, in partnership with UCL’s Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, which brought together community, voluntary, business, and academic stakeholders to shape four core missions “to renew and build a more equal, sustainable borough”
Taking Cllr Gould’s citizen-focused approach as our point of departure, this event will explore her view on how planning can help London’s local authorities to deliver on their strategic priorities.
Following the usual Supper Club Format, this event will take place over dinner at the Wolseley and is open to all Planning Futures Members on a first come, first served basis.