The Good London project addressed how rising inequality and rapid change are excluding too many Londoners from a good life. The project started with a single question: what kind of city do you want to live in? At the heart of Good London was the intention to question how democracy operates in our city, and experiment with doing it differently. Through workshops, events and online crowdsourcing, the project listened to and connected individuals, civil society, community organisers, think tanks and politicians. The final output is this document: a vision for a good London with some key policy recommendations on the themes of power, moving, living and working.
Huge thanks to all the individuals and groups involved in the project, and especially to its authors Catriona Cowie-Fraser and Jacqui Howard, who made it happen. We are immensely grateful to the Trust for London for funding the project.