All posts in category Commitment 6: Empower people to shape their neighbourhood

6.1 Develop a neighbourhood “kitemark”

Public, voluntary, community and faith organisations should work in collaboration with local people to develop a neighbourhood ‘kite mark’ , defining and establishing a common standard for neighbourhoods and understanding the minimum assets that neighbourhoods need to function well. This can then inform and shape future planning. The localism act could provide tools that communities […]

6.2 Build a neighbourhood management approach

Public, voluntary, community and faith organisations should should work in  collaboration with local people to: Build on the successful single neighbourhood management approach in Birmingham. Identify the relevant social inclusion issues and the local priority actions needed to address these for each neighbourhood. Build on existing neighbourhood boards, neighbourhood forums and neighbourhood networks so as […]