On Monday 21 November between 10am and 4pm, Exeter City Futures will be running a drop-in surgery at Exeter Library to promote our online community platform and innovation process. Members of the Exeter City Futures team will be there to help visitors get involved with the discussion about how Exeter can become energy independent and congestion free.
What is Exetercityfutures.community?
It’s an online platform where everyone can join the conversation, to share ideas and insights about how our problems and needs can be defined, and how we can make our region energy independent and congestion free by 2025.
Exetercityfutures.community is open to Exeter region residents, workers, entrepreneurs, researchers, service providers, parents, students or community groups who care about the future of Exeter and the wider world. Those who sign up can start posting ideas or comments and vote on other problems identified in the online platform.
Everyone who becomes part of the community has an opportunity to discuss three key areas: The Energy Independent Buildings Challenge, The Zero Congestion Challenge and Our Next Exeter City Futures Challenge.
All three areas are asking for ideas, posts and comments that can help the Exeter region achieve zero congestion and energy independence.
For more information about exetercityfutures.community, and how it’s the first phase of our innovation programme, read our blog Help define Exeter’s energy independence and congestion challenges.
The drop-in surgery is being held at Exeter Library in the Business and Information Hub on Monday 21 November from 10am – 4pm.
The surgery is open to anyone interested in contributing to the conversation and learning more about the platform. Exeter City Futures team members will be available to help visitors sign up and share their insights and problems. You can find more information about Exeter Library here.
Come along and get involved with our online platform, we look forward to seeing you there.