As London starts its recovery from the pandemic, we all have a once in a lifetime opportunity to reimagine our city. We cannot go back to business as usual. The London Recovery Board, a group of London’s leaders from business, the community and education sectors and essential services are keen for all Londoners to help shape the future of the capital.

To date, they have engaged Londoners on the aims for recovery and as a result the board identified eight missions and look forward to hearing how Londoners feel we should address these together.

The London Recovery Board would like include faith voices in the recovery and invite you and your stakeholders to take part in shaping the missions that will remake our city as a fairer, greener and more open city than it was before. 

There are two ways of sharing your views; 

1 – Talk London

Have your say on our Talk London discussion boards – log in or sign up here

2 – Host your own Community Conversation 

To ensure we reach all Londoners, including those who are digitally excluded or less likely to take part in online discussions we would like to work with our partners to host Community Conversation.

A community conversation will be a space, hosted by you, for those in your community to feed in their thoughts and views on the missions that have been identified. Your community conversation can involve video calls, telephone outreach, a conversation on your Facebook group or a session within a community space in accordance with public health guidance.

The Community Conversation toolkit to support you in the planning, delivery and capturing of the conversation. If you need support in hosting a community conversation, you can apply for an access grant read the guidance document and apply here before 20 August of up to £500.

Findings will be fed into a collective sense making activity during the week commencing the 7 September and will inform the missions going forward.

Two information session on Community Conversations have been organised, follow the links to register: