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Shortlisted for local government awards

Placemaking with Young Adults

Date Published: 01 April 2024

The Placemaking with Young Adults project has been nominated for two prestigious awards at this year’s Local Government Chronicle Awards. The categories include Community Involvement and Public/Public Partnership, in close collaboration with Lancaster City Council. This project aims to address the lack of representation of young people, aged 18-30, in planning consultations and engagement. The planning policies developed today have far-reaching implications for the future of our cities, coastlines, and rural areas. However, it is concerning that the very individuals who will inherit these districts are not adequately involved in the planning process.

Councillor Phillip Black, the leader of Lancaster City Council, expressed his satisfaction with the nomination, stating that these awards recognise the exceptional achievements of our partnership with the local government.

The winners of each category will be announced in June.

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