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"Local Trust works with Living Space Project on Big Local because they understand how to work with different places, agencies and residents in communities to explore ideas, provide advice, and help get things moving to make areas even better places to live, work and socialise."

Debbie Ladds, Chief Executive, Local Trust

Living Space Project is about creating vibrant neighbourhoods and strong communities through green space and urban place shaping.

We specialise in green neighbourhood projects, research, and strategy that have a positive impact on the lives of communities and individuals.

We work with communities, local authorities, charities, government, architects, designers and businesses. They look to Living Space Project for our proven track record of using community-led approaches to rejuvenate diverse neighbourhoods.

Living Space Project builds everything it does around our belief that ‘Everyone has the right to live in a safe, healthy environment and a great place to live.’

Our purpose is to help communities create urban green neighbourhoods with healthy environments, public spaces and vibrant economies that lift people out of poverty and support equality.

LSP news

'Placemaking, prosperity and the local green economy’, is Living Space Project’s new report, supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. The report launched at the Growing Prosperity Conference at the Guildhall London, hosted by Jon Snow of Channel 4 News, looks at how how greener jobs could be fair and accessible to people living in London, one of the most diverse cities in the world. Our findings suggest that green jobs and community-led placemaking are crucial to creating more prosperous local economies. Read more.

 

 

   



 
 

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