Date and time

Tuesday 2 July, 2019

11:15–16:30

Venue

Oxford House

Derbyshire Street

Bethnal Green Road

London

E2 6HG

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About this event

Join us to learn from Oxford House about running a large heritage project, be inspired by the 5 Keystone approach to community development, and hear how you can get involved in two of our new exciting programmes!

Hosted by Oxford House
Hear reflections on Oxford House’s experience of running a large heritage project from start to finish, including realities from the perspective of a small organisation.

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Agenda

11:00 Arrival, coffee, welcome.
11:15 Locality Update
National updates How things are shaping up in London including the launch of two exciting new programmes – find out how you can get involved
Dave Ahlquist, Development Manager, Locality
12:00 London Plus: the power of data
London Plus was set up in 2018 to focus on three main work areas; data and intelligence, networks and partnerships, and voice and influence. The session will focus on supporting civil society organisations to harness the power of data and intelligence including through partnerships such as Superhighways and DataKindUK.
Margaret Cooney, CEO, London Plus
12:45 Networking Lunch 
A chance to chat to fellow members and Locality staff
13:30 Oxford House – the story
As Oxford House completes a major refurbishment, John will give a practical guide and reflections on his experience of running a large heritage project from start to finish. The realities of this from the perspective of a small organisation and making it work for you. Covering all aspects; governance, funding, relationships with key stakeholders, staffing, budgets and marketing.
John Ryan, CEO, Oxford House
14:15 The Five Keystone Approach to Community Development.
The Five Keystone Approach to community development is now running on a number of large (3500 unit+) regeneration schemes in London. It gives regeneration stakeholders a way of organising community workstreams on such schemes. MHDT has used the approach to market its community development as a product.
Simon Donovan, Chief Exec Manor House Development Trust
15:00 Open Space
Your chance to set the agenda. An ‘unconference’ session – with discussion on subjects that participants suggest
Dave Ahlquist, Development Manager, Locality
15:45 Feedback, last updates and closing
Dave Ahlquist, Development Manager, Locality
16:00 Ends
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Location

Oxford House

Derbyshire Street

Bethnal Green Road

London

E2 6HG