Over the next three months we’re excited to invite you to a series of three workshops looking deeply into how urban design can tackle some of the issue’s you have told us about affecting the DIY Porter’s Lodge area, streets and spaces.
We’ll be collaborating to explore how redesigning key crossings, junctions and public spaces can create shopping parades that feel better and safer for everyone and an improved approach to Roding Primary school can enable children and parents to enjoy walking and cycling to school.
You are the experts in your neighbourhood and are vital in the design process to ensure positive changes that will work in the long term.
Join us for the first in a series of workshops and become a community urban designer. Create places that feel better and safer to live in and move through.
The workshop is free to all and open to all ages and backgrounds. Come along to meet your neighbours and play your part in building a safer neighbourhood, fit for the future.
Wednesday 26th June
Communal Hall at Kilsby Walk (behind The Co-op on Porter’s Avenue).