On July 21, 2020, London City Council endorsed the creation of the London Community Recovery Network (the Network) to begin a community-led process to power London’s recovery from COVID-19. The Network brings together leaders from the private sector, non-profit and institutional organizations to undertake community conversations about London’s recovery from COVID-19. Out of the first meeting of the Network, six priority themes were identified that will be key to overall community recovery.
The Network is a community driven recovery effort that will:
- In the short-term: identify community recovery ideas that can be implemented immediately to support London’s recovery from COVID-19; and,
- In the longer-term: work collaboratively to develop a community recovery plan for a strong, resilient London.
Ideas for Action Survey
The purpose of the survey is to capture the ideas you have identified through your outreach efforts with your sector/community. Priority Action Table members will review and prioritize recovery ideas when the tables reconvene in mid-November.
If you would like to submit more than one idea, please complete the survey for each idea.
Please submit all Ideas for Action by November 13 to allow the LCRN to expedite immediate opportunities for London’s recovery.