Activating the Greater Launceston community to make Launceston: One of the Great Regional Cities of the World.
Launceston is on the move: economy improving, City Deal (UTAS relocation, City Heart, Northern Suburbs Revitalisation), Launceston Together platform, CLIP process.
Greater Launceston Plan focusses government on creating a creative, liveable, diverse and connected/networked region.
Peter Rathjen (also Chamber of Commerce) say Launceston could be “one of the great regional cities of the world”. The opportunity is to challenge the wider community to help make this Vision a reality.
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Support as an individual
There are many ways to engage with activities in support of this campaign. You can even yourself. Here's how to get involved:
Ask a question, gather ideas, collate feedback and co-produce solutions.
Start a public or private project team - using various tools to work together and collaborate.
Use the timebank to offer your skills, knowledge and resources.
Use the timebank to access skills, knowledge and resources.
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Become a partner
If you are interested in becoming a Launceston Together partner, please contact us.
Based in Cornwall, UK, Made Open was founded by myself and my wife Kathryn to find solutions to social challenges using our skills in strategy, design and technology. Ours was a simple mission that has seen us explore complex social challenges and he ... Read more
Peter is a highly experienced economic, regional and community development practitioner, specialising in activating and supporting networks / strategic alliances and collaborative approaches to improving economic and social outcomes, particularly in ... Read more
Co-founder of Community Led Impact Partnerships (CLIP), and co-developed the CLIP process (www.clipguide.net), the Great Regional City Challenge (launcestontogether.com.au/grcc-introduction) and co-facilitator of the www.launcestontogether.com. ... Read more