- The support of Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation, Triodos Bank, Resonance and Charity Bank was crucial in getting this event off the ground...
- — Shared Assets (@shared_assets)Sun, Sep 07 2014 16:14:00
- — J Mark Dodds FRSA (@JMarkDodds)Mon, Sep 08 2014 08:21:11
- The morning began with some scene setting and conceptual framing from the Shared Assets team, Ed Mayo from Co-ops UK, Lord Maurice Glasman and Robin Murray from the LSE and Young Foundation.
- — New Start magazine (@NewStartMag)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:04:41CEO of the Letchworth heritage foundation says the simple visionary idea of Ebenezer Howard still runs through all we do today #c21places
- — Heritage Foundation (@LetchworthGC)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:21:54
- — Toby Blume (@tobyblume)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:09:02
- — Toby Blume (@tobyblume)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:12:51Lord Glasman 'we are still living in a political consensus dominated by the market (individual) and the state (collective)' #c21places
- — Kate Bagley (@kate_bagley)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:24:50Interesting placemaking chat coming out of #c21places right now; Glasman is bringing a much wider context to discussion.
- — Toby Blume (@tobyblume)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:55:32Glasman 'campaigning for land transfer v politically challenging thing to do but will be more effective than opposing cuts' #c21places
- — Toby Blume (@tobyblume)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:26:14Lord Glasman says 3 types of power - money, state and relational power (our power). We need to talk to build relational power #c21places
- — Toby Blume (@tobyblume)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:31:35
- — Shared Assets (@shared_assets)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:32:16Robin Murray: Scottish referendum and Wolfson Prize are both forums for imagination - what do we want our places & lives to be #C21places
- — Shared Assets (@shared_assets)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:40:01We've moved into complex systems says Robin Murray #c21places - & we need to be thinking abt making platforms not apps
- — Toby Blume (@tobyblume)Mon, Sep 08 2014 09:41:30Robin Murray tech analogy for common good placemaking 'Imagine the Garden City as an open source platform, with it's own apps' #c21places
Building a Vision of Common Good Placemaking
Shared Assets and Co-operatives UK collaborated on this event in Letchworth on 8 September 2014. Garden Cities & Community Land Trusts can be seen as elements of a wider vision of "common good" places: but is there a shared vision or even a movement?