To increase Active Travel in Wales 17 local authorities have launched projects on Commonplace to ensure the new routes are shaped by the local community.
Meet some of our customers and discover the impact of using Commonplace has made.
Learn how the London Borough of Haringey involved local residents in the creation of their Climate Change Action plan.
Learn how LLDC consulted locals on the plans for the new Pudding Mill Development using Commonplace and VU.CITY during lockdown.
Learn how Slough Urban Renewal and Waterside Places engaged the local community on the design regeneration of the Stoke Wharf site in Slough
Learn how Sustrans engaged the community in Wick both pre and during the pandemic on their designs for the regeneration of the local High Street.
In the redevelopment of a brownfield site in the centre of Purely, developer Thornsett and Purley Baptist Church sought the views of local residents.
Achieving 'Mini Holland' in Waltham Forest. How the borough used Commonplace to engage the community in their ambitious active travel scheme.
Community engagement in lockdown - learn how we helped Blackpool crowdsource ideas from local residents for their Towns Fund bid.
Bristol council used Commonplace to be informed of key active travel issues in the community, and how cycling/walking routes in the city could be improved.
Learn more about how the Guiness Partnership and Newman Francis used Commonplace to conduct both online and offline community engagement in the Northwold Estate Regeneration project.
Understand more about Lewisham's award-winning approach to community engagement and how they used Commonplace as a hub for all the feedback they received.
Leeds City Council and WSP used Commonplace to crowdsource the opinions of the local community on their ambitious transport infrastructure projects.
Learn more about how Landsec used Commonplace to understand local aspirations for the West12 site redevelopment.