A thriving community can be an attractive place for settling down. However, remaining attractive also requires a regular influx of new talents. That is not something that can be achieved overnight or by just a few people.
Civil society networks and public-private partnerships may play an important role in long-term planning and in implementing the local agenda.
What provisions and facilities has your community organised for attracting the next generation of members?
What is done to attract specific target groups: the young, the elderly, expats, or migrants?
And what is done to stop young families from moving away?
An overview of workshops about this category (to be held on the Friday of the third ERP) can be found here:
Workshops category: Creating future proof communities